Tuesday, March 8, 2011

OmPodi

Omapodi  is a South Indian snacks, prepared using besan and rice flour.  We add omam or Ajwain to it to get a fine flavour.  Omam is very good  for health.
Thanks to Helen for the Murukku Presser.....

Ingredients
Besan – 2 cups
Rice flour – 1 cup
Omam -15 gms (powdered)grind it in Mixie
Salt – 1  tsp ( to taste)
Asafoetida – 1/2 tsp
Butter or ghee – 1 tbl spoon
Oil – for deep frying

METHOD:
  • Mix besan , rice flour, omam powder, butter, asafoetida &  salt with  water and make it into a thick paste like  batter but a soft one.
  • Heat the oil in the kadai.Test how hot it is by dropping a pinch of dough into it – if it sinks, the oil hasn’t become hot enough. If the dough springs to the top with bubbles all around it, then the oil is just ready.
  • In your muruku press place the oma podi plate and load
  • the dough and press it directly into the hot oil. Fry it untill it is golden yellow and crispy.
  • Crispy omapodi  is ready. Allow it to cool and store it in an air tight container.
  • We can make little variations to make it taste different.
  • Along with omam powder add 1 tsp of  chilly powder and prepare the batter.


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13 comments:

  1. oh love this...lovely colour... Always used to buy it when in Chennai...but here in Egypt, since we dont get it in shops, make it at home...

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  2. Nice blog,sheena...Keep rocking...

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  3. Very crunchy and yummy snack!


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  4. so crispy like noodles...i sooooooo want this

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  5. Yummy yummy snack, I munch this a lot. Thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)

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  6. A cup of tea and this yummy, crunchy, beautiful snack...heavenly!!

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  7. Haven t tried this yet..your version sounds perfect n yummy..
    Tasty appetite

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  8. This is such a beautiful work, I know how hard it is...lot of work, but worth it. Om podi is my Dad fav'...but I never attempted to experiment...now I can try this out with confidence.

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