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Easy Simple Indian Snack Bhakarwadi Recipe

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Easy Simple Indian Snack Bhakarwadi Recipe Recipe, How To Make Easy Simple Indian Snack Bhakarwadi Recipe Recipe

Bhakarwadi is a traditional spicy Maharashtrian snack recipe which requires effort but can be stored for weeks and enjoyed with evening tea.

Bhakarwadi is a traditional sweet and spicy tea-time snack preparation said to have originated from the Maharashtrian cuisine. This snack is a flour based round disc shaped stuffed with a mix of popp... Read More..

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How to make Easy Simple Indian Snack Bhakarwadi Recipe

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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
20 mins
Easy Simple Indian Snack Bhakarwadi Recipe
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Gram flour
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : November 26, 2018


Ingredients used in Easy Simple Indian Snack Bhakarwadi Recipe
• Fennel seeds - 1 tea spoon.
• Coriander seeds - 1 tablespoon.
• Sesame seeds - 1 tea spoon.
• Pepper corns - 1/4 tea spoon.
• Cumin seeds - 1 tea spoon.
• Chilly powder - 1+1/2 tablespoon.
• Salt - to taste.
• Turmeric powder - 1/4 tea spoon.
• Asafoetida - 2 pinch.
• Whole wheat flour - 1 cup.
• Besan (chick pea flour) - 2 cups.
• Poppy seeds - 1 tea spoon.
• Sugar - 1 tea spoon.
• Coconut grated - 2 tablespoons.
• Amchur powder - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Oil - to fry.
Method:
  • In a bowl add besan flour, wheat flour, oil, a pinch of asafoetida, turmeric powder, salt, tablespoon chili powder crumble the mixture before adding water.
  • Take besan mixture add water mix it like a stiff dough, rest it for 10 minutes.
  • Take blender, in this add fennel seeds, cumin seeds, pepper corns, coriander seeds, sesame seeds, poppy seeds, sugar, a pinch of asafoetida, chilly powder, coconut, blend all together make a coarse powder, this powder take it into a bowl add salt, amchur powder, add some besan mixture, mix it well.
  • Roll the dough into thin sheet and spread the masala on top and roll the dough into tight and seal the edge by applying water and rest it for 3 to 4 minutes, then cut them into roundels and deep fry them.





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Bhakarwadi is a traditional sweet and spicy tea-time snack preparation said to have originated from the Maharashtrian cuisine. This snack is a flour based round disc shaped stuffed with a mix of poppy seeds, grated coconut, sesame seeds, coriander and cumin seeds, black pepper corns, hing, fennel seeds and little sugar all mixed together, powdered and rolled similar to a Swiss roll and cut into tiny spiral disc and then finally deep fried to a crispy finish. Bhakarwadi is a wonderful and delectable snack that can be enjoyed with a cup of steaming hot tea. This is a north Indian snack especially popular in the states of Maharashtra, Gujarat and Rajasthan.

Every state has their own variation of preparing these super delicious tiny bites of snack. It’s a very popular snack among the Maharashtrian people and widely sold in the markets of Pune. It is easy to prepare snack, delectable and especially made during festivals. The Bhakarwadis look enticing and lovely small bite sized spiral rolls stuffed with a super tasty sweet and spicy filling.

Fillings can be made of your own choice giving new taste and flavours. This delightfully, crispy, crunchy snack made with a combination of wheat flour, gram flour, rolled into a flat Indian bread and stuffed with some truly unmatched flavourful and delicious fillings, rolled neatly well to make a long tube and then cut into small equal bite sized roundels and deep fried until cooked, brown and crispy.

Few people also use ingredients like potato, dry coconut, red chilli powder, sev, sesame seeds and spices for stuffing. It is very popular in Kolhapur and Pune cities and the taste is equally delicious here with a slight difference in the ingredients used for filling. Pune Bhakarwadi does not have coriander and garlic in the stuffing while Kolhapur bhakarwadi does have lots of coriander and garlic.

The strong and aromatic fragrance fennel seeds enhances the snack and the crunch that you can feel in between the bites you take is an absolute delight to the taste buds. Poppy seeds along with sesame seeds taste nutty and when ground offers a pleasant texture, appearance and fruitiness that is irresistible, flavourful and delectable.

Bhakerwadi is an evergreen favourite snack to many having an addictive spicy, sweet, and salty taste; all mixed in one roll with a crunchy outer pastry crust. An ideal snack which could be best served during parties, get-togethers and most people from Gujarat carry this variety of snacks during travelling in trains as its easy to carry and not messy. If prepared in the right way using dry spices and ingredients then would stay for a week.Other yummy and delectable popular snack preparations apart from Bhakarwadi are Khakhra, Thepla, Chudva, Kothimbir Vadi etc.

How to make simple Indian snack Bhakarwadi:

Ingredients:

Besan (Chickpea flour)      -           2 cups

Whole Wheat flour              -           1 cup

Amchur powder                   -           ½ tsp

Chilli powder                        -           1 ½ tbsp

Coconut                                 -           1 tsp

Coriander seeds                  -           1 tsp

Cumin seeds                        -           1 tsp

Fennel seeds                       -           1 tsp

Hing                                      -           pinch

Pepper corns                       -           ½ tsp

Poppy seeds                         -           1 tsp

Sesame seeds                      -           1 tsp

Sugar                                     -           ½ tsp

Turmeric powder                  -           pinch

Salt                                         -           to taste

Oil for deep frying

Directions:

Take a bowl and add besan flour, wheat flour, oil, hing, turmeric powder, salt, chilli powder and crumble all these ingredients nicely. Add little water into this besan mixture and knead to stiff dough and rest for the dough for 10 minutes.

In the blender, add fennel seeds, cumin seeds, pepper corns, coriander seeds, sesame seeds, poppy seeds, sugar, hing, chilli powder, coconut and blend together to a coarse powder. Take this mixture into a bowl and add little salt, amchur powder, little besan flour and mix well. Keep it aside.

Roll the besan- wheat dough into thin sheet with a rolling pin and spread the dry masala mix on top and roll the flat Indian bread similar to a swiss roll. Roll tightly and seal the edges applying little water and rest it for about 3 to 4 minutes.

Cut them into equal sized roundels. Spread the tiny roundels on a plate allowing them to dry a bit. Heat oil in a kadai and when it becomes hot, deep fry the Bhakarwadis over slow to medium flame until crisp and done.

Remove and drain on a paper towel to soak up any extra oil. The yummy and delicious spicy Bhakarwadi is ready to eat. This can also be stored in airtight containers for about two weeks. This will surely be a super hit delicious snack among kids.

Do prepare and delight your kids with this tea time snack. For preparing, watch out our video on making of Bhakarwadi at:

https://www.vahrehvah.com/easy-simple-indian-snack-bhakarwadi-recipe



 

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jkesar13 Posted on Tue Jun 25 2013

Yummy chef

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ibbu.faisi faisiya Posted on Tue Jun 25 2013

Simpleeee food recipes i like

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Shilpa Hegde Posted on Tue Jun 25 2013

Thank u very much..................

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Svati Patel Posted on Tue Jun 25 2013

i love bhakarvadis, of any kind, I pay 'mucho' dollars for settling my tastebuds everytime. could you please make the big bhakarvadis? I love watching to your videos, everytime I turn on my computer I can't turnoff without visiting your

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Makron5 Posted on Tue Jun 25 2013

When is Ramadan anyway?

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Malik Syed Posted on Tue Jun 25 2013

thank you very much for posting this recipe. i love bhakarwadi, very savory and amazing snack. once again shukriya!

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Arathi Subramanian Posted on Tue Jun 25 2013

Excellent. Will try this

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Arathi Subramanian Posted on Tue Jun 25 2013

You are the best

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browser1611 Posted on Wed Jun 26 2013

Thank you so much for posting this. I love all your recipes. Your passion for cooking is really infectious, I have started to love cooking because of you. The expression when you taste your dish makes me want to go and try the recipe immediately!

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mirzaisha Posted on Wed Jun 26 2013

Chef plz make some easy n quick recipe for Ramadhan plzzzzz..bless you ! Xx

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Daniel Peach Posted on Wed Jun 26 2013

If you are ever in Pune you must eat the bakarwadi at Chitale Bandhu!!

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VahChef Posted on Wed Jun 26 2013

i did and they were awesome

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