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Thursday, April 5, 2012

Vegetable Bhakarvadi - Sanjeev Kapoor's Recipe


BISMILLAH HIR RAHMAN NIR RAHEEM






This is another yummy thing from Sanjeev sir. Its a much tasty version of our good old bhakarvadi. I had a helping hand in mom while preparing this dish. My sis's friends had arrived at our place and for them we thought to prepare this dish. Believe it was like gone in seconds kind of thing. There was hardly anything left for us to eat it with content. It truly is an amazing dish.

Recipe:

Ingredients:


Refined Flour ( Maida) = 1 cup
Semolina (Rava/Suji) = 1 tblspn
Salt to taste
Oil + deep frying = 2 tblspn
French beans, roughly chopped = 100 gms
Green peas = 100  gms
Potatoes, boiled & mashed = 3
Black pepper powder = 1/4 tsp
Garam Masala = 1 tsp
Ginger - Green chilli paste = 2 tsp
Fresh coriander leaves = 2 tblspn
Coconut scraped = 5 tsp

Method:


1. Knead the refined flour with semolina, salt, 2 tblspn oil and sufficient water to a semi-soft dough. Cover with a damp cloth and set aside.

2. Blanch the french beans and green peas separately till soft. Drain thoroughly and mash.

3. Mash together the french beans, green peas, potatoes, salt, black pepper powder, garam masala powder, ginger - green chilli paste, coriander leaves and coconut.

4. Divide the dough into four equal portions and roll out into thin chapatis .

5. Spread the vegetable mixture evenly on all four chapatis.

6. Roll them tightly into cylinders and cut the cylinders into half inch slices.

7. Heat sufficient oil and deep fry the bhakarwadis, on medium heat till golden and crisp.

8. Drain on absorbent paper and serve..

Chef's Tip:

In case the filling mixture is thin, add a little poha and mix.


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10 comments:

  1. Those vegetable bhakarvadi looks absolutely irresistible..

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  2. Bhakarvadi's remain one of my fav tea time snack, but never attempted it at home. Thanks a bunch for linking this to my event.

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  3. Had lots during college days ... But never attempted at home, looks deliciously done..:-)) lovely tea time snack!
    Thanx for dropping by my space n joining,Samira:-)
    Happy to follow your space too..
    You too have a wonderful space, keep updating.. Wil visit you now :-)

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  4. wow... this looks fantastic... never heard of it before... bookmarked... will try soon... thanks for the recipe...

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  5. Very new to me...looks extremely yum...perfect tea time snack....

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  6. Sounds and looks good, yummy to snack. Thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)

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  7. new snack for me.. first time at ur space.. do drop in at my Noel collections .. happy following you:)

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  8. This sounds wonderful, delicious & tempting snack! Thanks for visiting me and for your sweet words :)

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  9. First time here, your vegetable bakarvadi attracted me here :) just got 2 boxes of the usual bakarvadi from pune, Love it so much I would love to try this out.., you have lovely space here..

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  10. The recipe is of some different kind first time i heard about the recipe. Thanks fantastic post. ClickNorth Indian

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