Thattai Recipe | How to make Thattai Recipe
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About Thattai Recipe
Thattai is a authentic and traditional South Indian crispy snack. We make thattai for many festivals like Krishna Jayanthi or even for a regular evening snack.
Thattai Recipe is an authentic dish which is perfect to serve on all occasions. The Thattai Recipe is delicious and has an amazing aroma. Thattai Recipe by kennice angle will help you to prepare the perfect Thattai Recipe in your kitchen at home. Thattai Recipe needs 10 minutes for the preparation and 60 minutes for cooking. In the BetterButter app, you will find the step by step process of cooking Thattai Recipe. This makes it easy to learn how to make the delicious Thattai Recipe. In case you have any questions on how to make the Thattai Recipe you can comment on the page below. The "What's cooking" feature on the BetterButter app can help you connect with our home chefs like kennice angle. Thattai Recipe will surely satisfy the taste buds of your guests and you will get compliments from your guests.
Ingredients to make Thattai Recipe
- Rice flour - 1 cup
- Urad dal Flour - 1 teaspoon
- Red Chilli Powder 1/2 teaspoon
- Hing - 1/4 teaspoon
- pieces Coconut sliced - 2 teaspoon Optional
- Fried Gram - 2 teaspoon Odachakadalai
- Curry leaves- few
- oil for frying Butter - 1 tablespoon
How to make Thattai Recipe
My Tip:Do not add butter more than required because at the time of frying, excess butter will disintegrate Thattai. The whole dough may go waste. You can also add two tbsp of coconut. It gives a good flavor. You can also microwave curry leaves for two minutes to make it crispier and add it to the dough. Butter can be replaced with ghee and oil. Using roasted gram flour is optional. If you add excess water, once Thattai is fried, it will lose its crunchiness. If Thattai breaks while dropping it in oil, then the consistency is not correct. Add more flour, reduce the water and adjust the measurement of the ingredients accordingly. Frying on low flame will yield very oily Thattai. When Thattai is done, it will look pale orange in color but when it cools down, it will turn to its natural golden color.