Count on this easy snack recipe for all your binge moods

After Matar Kachori and Matar Paratha, it’s time for my favourite Matar Ke Appe. No Fry snack that you could have any time of the day.

Shivani Arora

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Published on 3 Jan 2021 8:40 AM GMT

Count on this easy snack recipe for all your binge moods
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If you are looking to take your winter binge a step forward, there is nothing like making quick and easy snacks at home that can lighten up your winter evening and add that much-needed fun and warmth. One of the sure-shot winners that can also be had as a filling meal is appe. And what better than making matar or peas appe which are non-fried. Here’s a quick recipe from chef Meghna Kamdar that’s worth a try.

Here’s what she said.

“After Matar Kachori and Matar Paratha, it’s time for my favourite Matar Ke Appe. No Fry snack that you could have any time of the day.”

Required Ingredients

1 cup – Semolina

1/2 cup – Curd

Some water

1 cup – Green peas

1-2tbsp – Finely chopped spring onion/dry onion

2tbsp – Finely chopped coriander

Finely chopped green chillies (as per taste)

1/2tsp – Cumin seeds

1/2tsp – White sesame seeds

A pinch of turmeric powder

Salt as per taste

1/2tsp – Fruit salt or 1/4tsp baking soda

Oil/ghee for frying

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Method

Take a mixing bowl, add 1 cup semolina

Add 1/2 cup curd

Add some water, mix it and rest for half an hour

Further take a chopper/mixer jar, add 1 cup green peas (matar) and grind coarsely.

Add peas in soaked semolina

Add 1-2 tbs finely chopped spring onion/dry onion. You can also add freshly chopped green garlic

Add approx 2 tbsp finely chopped coriander

Add finely chopped green chillies (as per taste)

Add 1/2 tsp cumin seeds (jeera – optional); 1/2 tsp white sesame seeds (safed til – optional); add a pinch of turmeric powder and salt as per taste and mix it well.

Add some water if the batter gets thick

Add 1/2 tsp fruit salt or 1/4 tsp baking soda

Further heat up appam pan, pour some oil/ghee in all cavities and fill batter in each cavity.

Cook it on slow to medium flame.

Flip once it turns golden-brown, press gently with a spoon and again leave for cooking.

Turn off the stove once both the sides are cooked well. Serve it warm with coriander-mint chutney.

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Enjoy!

So, when are you going to try this drooling recipe?

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