Kothmir Wadiby sangeeta khanna

Kothmir Wadiby sangeeta khanna
  • Kothmir Wadi | How To Make Kothmir Wadi (183 likes)

  • By sangeeta khanna|
    Last updated on Feb 23rd

How To Make Kothmir Wadi

  • Prep Time0mins
  • Cook Time25mins
  • Serves4People

Ingredients to make Kothmir Wadi

  • Besan 3/4 cup
  • chopped Coriander greens 2 cups
  • Salt and Pepper to taste
  • Cumin powder 1/2 tsp
  • Ginger Garlic paste 1 tsp
  • Turmeric powder 1 tsp
  • TEMEPRING (as per choice) Red chillies
  • Sesame seeds
  • Mustard seeds
  • pinch of Hing
  • Cumin seeds
  • Oil 1 tbsp
  • Lime juice

Steps to make Kothmir Wadi

  1. Take first 6 ingredients listed and squeeze them together so that coriander leaves release water.
  2. Make soft dough by adding little water. Grease a plate and evenly spread this dough over it.
  3. Place this plate in a steamer and steam until knife comes out clean upon testing. Leave this to cool.
  4. For tempering, heat oil add hing, followed by red chili, mustard seeds and sesame seeds. Fry till they crackle.
  5. Take steamed cake and cut into wedges. Pour this tempering over it and toss.
  6. Sprinkle little lime juice and serve hot or warm with green chutney.
My Tip: Freeze the leftover steamed cake, crumble it later and temper the same way to make a quick tasty snack that looks different.
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    Meena Pandya 4 months ago


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    Kinjal Kapuriya 5 months ago

    good one

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    Pratima Dhanadhya 5 months ago

    yummy.I prepared this dish,After steaming I shallow fried these wadis in very little oil on non stick tava.this way we consume less oil.very tasty.

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    Swati Godambe 5 months ago

    Nice. ..I will try. ....

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    Soma AGRAWAL 5 months ago

    I will definately try this recipe

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    Jaya Manik 6 months ago

    nice and ym

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    Divya Bornani 6 months ago

    wow without frying looks yummy wil try it definitely

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    Rukma Talwadker 8 months ago

    Awesome receipe.. thanks

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    R.Anandi Anand a year ago

    one doubt, sangeetha ji , should the dough be like chapati dough...?

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    R.Anandi Anand a year ago

    woh..looks Yummy...i love coriander...seems to be healthy snack...will definetly try...

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    Pratima Dhanadhya a year ago

    If u add small quantity of rice flour along with besan, then wadi will be crispy.try this.

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    Sheeba Bedi a year ago

    Wonderful! Something new and amazing to try

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    Bindiya Sharma a year ago

    will try this out for sure!

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