Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Baked Nipattu

Nipattu is a very popular South Indian snacks. When we shifted to Bangalore, I came to know about this crispy snack. It tastes very nice. Specially good with evening tea. Last month when I was going through my fellow blogger's recipes, I got baked Nipattu's recipe in Sumathi's blog. Last two months I didn't get time but last Friday I tried this and it turned out very nice. Crispy and tasty non fried snack.

Maida (all purpose flour) - 2 cups
Barik Rawa (Fine semolina) - 2 tablespoon
Butter - 4 tablespoon
Chopped green chilies - 2 teaspoon
Oil - 2 teaspoon
Asafetida - 1/2 teaspoon
Onion - 2 medium finely chopped
Coriander leaves - 4 tablespoon finely chopped
Water - 1/2 cup
Salt to taste.

Make a soft dough of all the ingredients. Cover it and keep aside for half an hour. Grease the baking tray with oil. Preheat oven at 180 degree C. Make small balls of the dough. Flatten each ball in between palms to get Puri shape. Arrange it on baking tray. Bake it for 25-30 minutes. Enjoy Nipattu with green chutney or with tea.

This recipe goes to Aparna's "High Tea Treats brainchild of Meeta's Monthly Mingle.


Priya said...

Prefect tea time snacks, fabulous nipattus!

Aparna said...

This is something new to me. Sounds interesting though.
Thanks for joining us for High Tea.

chakhlere said...

woww!! Looks yummy. Its a new dish for me.

Supriya Nair said...

This is really very very yummy...and a very great healthy option

VS said...

Wow! yummy!

Prathibha said...

I juts love this snack..looks perfect n yummy

SriLekha said...

looks delicious!

Mythreyi Dilip said...

Baking is a great idea, much more healthier!

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