Thursday, August 18, 2011

Onion Bhakri

Hello Friends...This post is for 2events and interestingly both r started by Radhika....:-)

One is for the 2nd week of Blog Hop Wednesdays event and the other one is Let's Cook-Scrumptious Breakfast started by Radhika....

The Blog Hop encourages us to try our fellow blogger's recipes..This time my pairing is with an interesting blogger  called Raksha of Raksha's Kitchen..She has many wonderful recipes and some authentic Goan recipes, on which i could not resist myself from drooling over... ;-)

Finally i decided upon this Onion Bhakri(Check the original recipe) which is an easy to make and tasty recipe for breakfast/snacks...I just modified the orginal recipe lil bit according to my taste...Glad to mention my hubby and son loved this bhakri a lott...:-)
So here it is...:-)

Ingredients

1 1/2 Cup Semolina(Sooji)
2 Chopped Onions
2 tbsp Grated Coconut
2 tsp Curd
1 tsp Chopped Curry Leaves
1 tsp Chopped Coriander leaves
1-2 Chopped Green Chillies
1 tsp Turmeric Powder
1 tsp Roasted Cumin powder
Salt to taste
Oil

Method

Mix Curd with 1/2 cup of water.
Add semolina with the other ingredients to it except oil.
Mix well and leave it for 30 min.
Adjust the consistency of the batter to medium thick, so that you can take it in ur hand and spread in the tawa by ur finger tips...
Heat tawa/skillet and spread 1 tsp oil over it.
Take one fist full of batter in ur hand and spread it by using ur finger tips.
Make it as much thin as u can.
Spread 1 tsp oil on top and the sides of it.
Cook for 5 min on medium fire and turn to other side.
Cook for 2-3 min or till its lil brownish.

Serve hot with sauce/chutney or as it is....enjoy..:-)

Check out what my other friends are doing for this week's Blog Hop Wednesday


Also sending this recipe to Radhika's Let’s Cook ~ Scrumptious Breakfasts

28 comments:

  1. easy simple to cook ingredient are very less easily availblebet for breakfast

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  2. easy breakfast idea.. different recipe. have seen this in her space..

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  3. Good recipe. This is first time hearing abt it. Have to try.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  4. That looks so delicious n filling ~ definitely new to me n I so want to taste some now :)
    USMasala

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  5. This is very new to me !! looks delicious !!

    Ongoing Event - CC-Appetizers

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  6. this new to me...very easy n interesting recipe yaar....want to try this for sure!!!

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  7. Such a delicious and tempting recipe.. Yummy :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  8. Never heard of it but sounds easy and perfect for bf

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  9. What I loved abt this recipe is the combination of the ingredients. Will definitely give a try someday soon, seems easy & simple and I am sure the taste wld be as yummy as this pic looks, I have already started to feel a flutter inside my tummy :D
    Btw, can't I use a small katora to spread the batter instead of using my hands or fingers, just like we do for chakuli pitha ... U see, my hands are so soft ;) :P

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  10. Onion bhakri looks so simple and healthy also..

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  11. this is new to me....sounds easy and delicious...will give it a try

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  12. Onion Bhakri looks simply healthy and delicious..

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  13. Spicy & mouthwatering bhakri!! Ideal for breakfast or for eve..:)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  14. Wonderful....Very unique recipe from you ..looks so delicious..thanks for sharing...

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  15. glad that u tried and liked it :)

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  16. very nice recipe...Easy to cook and tasty...

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  17. I've never heard of this before...Interesting recipe..

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  18. Thank you for the comment.and itoo visited your blog It is superb!!!

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  19. hi mughda, looks you did a fantastic foodie from the recipe- onion bhakri- nice name.
    must be delicious and flavorful, bacause it can be eaten as it is even without chutney.
    would love to try, this is new to me :)

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  20. Mugdha, great minds think alike - I was paired with Raksha first and picked the exact same dish to make :) Yours has turned out awesome too :) cheers, priya

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  21. Wow.w. looks great :D Yumm.. Bookmarked:D

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  22. loved the combination and real quick recipe. thank u for sharing.

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