Kodubale, a South Indian vegetarian, deep -fried snack, is super tasty. On a cold day or in winter, in particular, it would be nice to savour this crunchy food with a cup of hot coffee or tea. Kodubale is a snack native to karnataka.
1 cup rice flour
Â¼ cup maida
Â¼ cup roasted gram dal
1 tbsp rava
1 - 2 spring curry leaves
Â¼ cup fresh coconut
3 - 4 dry red chilli
Â½ tsp salt
Â¼ cup groundnut
Â¾ tsp ajwain
1 tbsp butter
Â¼ tsp asafoetida powder
2 - 3 tbsp oil
2 cup oil for frying
Grind groundnut, asafoetida and roasted gram dal to a powder. Transfer into a bowl
Grind curry leaves, coconut and chillies into a coarse paste.
Add some water for paste. Mix rice flour, maida, rava, ajwain, salt and roasted gram dal and groundnut Powder and butter mix well.
Heat 2 - 3 tsp of oil and add in it mix well.
Add the ground paste. Mix it to make a slightly soft dough.
If necessary, add small quantities of water while mixing.
Knead a dough. Heat oil on a low flame.
Roll a small lemon size dough between your palm and a board into a long cylindrical shape.
Join the ends and press firmly. Raw Kodubale is ready.
Gently drop the raw Kodubales, one by one into the hot oil.
Flip after a few minutes. Fry till both sides turn into light brown.
Remove and place the Kodubale on paper napkin.
Kodubale is ready. Store the Kodubale in an airtight container to retain their crunchiness.
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