Kara Sev- ICC

11:31 Niloufer Riyaz 18 Comments

When Srivalli announced Kara Sev for this month's challenge I was very happy coz This is one of our fav snack n I prepare them now n them. Its very easy to make n not to say very delicios too.I usually make them in Murukku Achu, n the kara sevs are little thinner than we buy from the shop. This time I wanted to give a try with pressing them through the laddle. It was quite tough n they didnt look much like kara sev so I did my usual method of using the Murukku Achu. This goes to ICC




You need:

Besan flour                        2 1/2cup
Rice Flour                         1cup
Chilli powder                     1/2tsp
Coarsely ground pepper     1tsp
Ghee                                  2 1/2tsp
Salt
Cooking Soda                    a small pinch



Oil to fry

Preparation:

Seive the flours together, n add in the salt, cooking soda, chilli powder, pepper n ghee n mix together.
It will resemble bread crumbs.
Divide them in to four parts n Sprinlke enough water to form a soft dough.
Heat enough oil in frying pan . Take the Murukku Achu with the kara sev mould. Put a small ball of dough in the Achu n Press them down in hot oil.
Fry till they are well cooked n golden brown.
Break them in to pieces , Cool n Store them

Kara sev using the Pressing method

18 comments:

Priya said...

Crispy sev pakkave supera irruku..awesome snacks..

Not tried this type of sev before but could be a perfect snack anytime..

Umm Mymoonah said...

Wow! looks so good Niloufer, you have got it perfectly.

I really feel like having some kara sev for my teabreak now...munch munch!!! :D

Me too love this snack. Looks perfect

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Swathi said...

Nice and crispy Nilo,

I love the ruffled crisp look of your kara sev! Great shot!

Niloufer they have come out so well. Great job !!!

These sev look lovely!

Krishnaveni said...

my fav kara sev, perfectly done, great

looks crisp and incredible..love to hv it with some tea....yummmmmmmo

Looks delicious

GEETHA ACHAL said...

I love it very much...Looks crispy..Thanks for sharing...

PJ said...

Looks nice.I missed this months challenge

Very crispy sev! I also used the muruku press instead of the ladle.

Scraps said...

I see what you mean about the texture being different on the ladle-pressed ones, still look tasty, though!

Srivalli said...

Glad you enjoyed making this!..thanks for joining us Niloufer..

Reshmi Ahmed said...

Assalamu alaikkum,
Iam a first time visitor here. Wonderful recipes u have ! these crispy Kara Sev are perfectly done!! by the way, iam following ur posts :)