Thursday, May 27, 2010

Khandvi Rolls - Microwave method

Oh yeah I can see you all wondering , this blog is supposed to have only simple recipes ??!!!
Hee Hee , but this is definitely one of the easiest  recipes .If I myself have moved my butt to cook this , I am sure anybody in this world can make it just like that . It is thaatttt easy and need I say its more healthy and good for calorie counters and wait watchers. Perfect snack .

I have to say here the story behind me trying it . I showed the picture of this khandvi Rolls to Hari and said , Hari tomorrow I am making this . He gave one look which almost crushed me to pieces. He suddenly realising my reaction said ' If you get it perfectly I would give you a diamond ring ' . He is over confident that I will not be able to make it .When I have made it , you should have seen his eyes that popped out , that shows a kind of pride also .

Well lets get into the recipe



Ingredients :

For the Roll :

  1. Besan Flour - 1 cup
  2. Butter milk - 21/2 cups
  3. Aesafotida - a small pinch
  4. Salt - 1 tsp.
  5. Green chillies - 1 no.
  6. Ginger - 1/4 " piece
For the stuffing :
  1. Coconut - 1 cup
  2. Lemon juice - 1/2 tsp.
  3. Sugar - 1 tsp.

Method :

  1. Grind chilli and ginger together.
  2. Mix all ingredients given under Roll in a blender until no lumps are found.
  3. Keep it in microwave at high for 2 mins and remove it and again blend it nicely until you see no lumps over there.
  4. Do the step 3 for totally 3 times , by then mixture would have become to a nice thick consistency . 
  5. Immediately spread the mixture on an aluminium foil with any flat ladle . 
  6. Leave it for 5 mins and then sprinkle the coconut filling all over the spread. 
  7. Cut into small strips and then slowly roll .
  8. If you want you can season it and garnish with coriander leaves. (I dint because wanted to make it oil free)

Special Care to make it without any hassle :
  1. Make besan flour : buttermilk Ratio as 1 : 2.5
  2. Dont spread it thinly for the first time , you will find it difficult to roll as it has some stuffing. 
  3. Spread it evenly, this is the most important step , otherwise roll will be broken half way. 
  4. I would recommend you to spread on an aluminium foil as you can lift the paper on its side and slowly take off the sides of the spread and roll it easily. 
  5. Keep your finger absolutely clean before starting to roll every strip. 
  6. Spread the whole mixture immediately out the of the oven , else they will become too thick and starts to crumble. 

45 comments:

Sowmya said...

tempting...never tried this @ home...your version looks very simple dear..so you got your ring huh?

SathyaSridhar said...

Nice khadvi rolls,looks soo thin layers. I hv to try this one soon dear.

Rach said...

Looks delicious :) I add turmeric powder too, gives a nice rich color, and the stuffing that i use is also bit different. I love to try Gujrathi recipes too

Uma said...

liked ur version Pavithra!.. i add turmeric too for a bright colour.

tell us when u get a diamond ring :)

Srikrishna said...

hi pavi
finally u made it
cool pics
felt lik trying it right away
will sure giv it a try
keep it up

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

that looks yummy and yes looks very difficult....

Priti said...

Im yet to try making khadvi...looks so gud looks n perfect

Life is beautiful!!! said...

Pavi, the new look is absolutely beautiful. The rolls look awesome. Gr8 change and very nice too :)

M D said...

Khandvi has been one of my fav snack. I really itch to make these some day. Nice to experiment with microwave method. Surprise to see the carrot cake in ur prev post. I have that post today! Hehehee... that's a co-incidence!

Chitra said...

I don't have this recipe. Thank you. :-)

Geetha Achal said...

மிகவும் அருமையாக இருக்கின்றது...

Mrs.Menagasathia said...

சூப்பர்ர் பவி!! நானும் இதேபோல் கடலைமாவுக்கு பதில் ஒட்ஸில் செய்து போஸ்ட் போட்டுருக்கேன்..எனக்கு ரொம்ப பிடிக்கும் இந்த ரெசிபி...

Hari Chandana said...

very innovative.. looks perfect..

Mahi said...

Nice Khandvi Rolls! Did you get the Diamond ring or not?!! :)

Sushma Mallya said...

Looks yummy pavitra, have never tried it out at home but have heard a lot abt this one..surely a good one

Swathi said...

Pavi,

Khadvi rolls looks really yummy, love the microwave method.

PranisKitchen said...

delicious one pavitra.the recipe seems quite easy but i think not that easy to get the same.so diamond ring is sure na..:))

Kiran said...

Wow Pavithra,Khandvi looks perfect.Must have tasted delicious.Hope to hear soon from you that you got your diamond ring.

SS blogs here said...

Wow!! They have turned out amazing! You used normal mixer/grinder to get rid of the lumps? Looks great haan! :)

Krishnaveni said...

new to me. looks really great. sure to try one day

An Open Book said...

That does look complicated....but im sure it tasted gorgeous..

Ammu said...

WOW! THAT LOOKS PERFECT. YUM :)

PS said...

Hi Pavithra, first time here. liked your rolls very much. glad to follow you..

Padhu said...

I have never tried this .Sure it would have tasted great!!

Rumana Rawat said...

Hello Dear,
How r u doing?
wow this is very tasty rolls:-)

Suhaina said...

wow. I have never tried this before. u r tempting me into making this.

Ramya said...

First time here!!Drooling over u'r khanndvi..U have a nice collection of healthy recipes

Yummy Team said...

Never heard of khandvi rolls before..They look really tempting. Hope you got the diamond ring :)

Pravs said...

well done ! did you get the ring ?:)

Fathima said...

never had this... have heard abt it... this sounds like a super easy way to prepare khandvi.. looks tempting...

Leena said...

WOW lovely Gujarati snack without any oil...Sounds interesting..I hope you get a diamond ring for sure..:)

Shriya said...

Never had this before and rolls looks soo perfect. Yummy!!!!

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GayathriRaj said...

Hey thats so nice finally with dis you have won something nice....congrats for the ring... :)
And these are really looking very perfect and yummy one,....really easy one too....

Hey there is an awrd waiting for you at my space please do collect it....

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Wow Pavi you have done this without oil !! that too in microwave. Superb dear Never tried this at home.

Great idea to meet Our blogging frenz from bangalore.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Mriganayani said...

So, did you get your diamond ring yet? You've made it so good, your husband probably has to get you a diamond bracelet - not just a ring. Love it - on of my favs - just ate it last weekend.

Spice said...

Sure these khandvi rolls looks delicious, specially when they are worth a Diamond Ring....

My kitchen skills said...

Wow..they looks perfect..surely will try this..

Guna's kitchen said...

first tim 2 ur blog.. this is really perfect.... very tempting too..

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Hey Pavitra
Just wanted to say Hello :-)Any plans for Bangalore's bloggie meet?
Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Rumana Rawat said...

looks so yumm :)

women-wisdom.com said...

Had been in search of this recipe. Thanx dear

srikars kitchen said...

Nice khandvi.. looks really perfect & awesome..

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Sapthanaa Balachander (Alias) Abilashini said...

Im gonna try this recipe this weekend as a snack.. thank you.. the recipe looks grt!!!!

Aditi said...

After numerous flop shows and disappointments today i finally succeeded..;-). Cant thank you enough for sharing this recipe in detail.
Once again thanks for sharing this recipe. Please keep on sharing more recipes.
Cheers