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Innovation is the mother of invention and kitchen is a place where lots of experiments done with a plethora of ingredients. Whatever may be the ingredient or methodology, the output should be tasty. Taste is a must! With one such tasty innovation, gorgeous Mrs Seema Pathak has shared her mouth-watering, crispy dish which is so easy that you don't even need to jot it down and so delicious that your loved ones gonna love you more than ever. "Rava Ke Appe"- the name might not be appealing to your ears but the dish will definitely appeal your taste buds.
image-courtesy: Varnika Pathak
It is a fritter made from coarse semolina which is also known as "Rava" in "the" India. It is totally a healthy snack so if your so much diet conscious you need not worry. It can be eaten in the morning breakfast also as it is light-weight, less oily and scrummy. FoodyBlogger is really grateful to comely Mrs Seema Pathak for her lovely recipe.
Mrs Seema Pathak 


Ingredients:

1) Semolina (rava) - 1 cup
2) Yoghurt - 1/2 cup
3) Onions - 2 to 3 tblspn(finely chopped)
4) Green Chillies - as you like(finely chopped)
5) Tomatoes - 2 to 3 tblspn ( finely chopped)
6) Cucumber - 1 tblspn (finely chopped)
7) Coriander leaves - 2 to 3 tblspn ( finely chopped)
8) Water
9) Oil -  2 to 3 teaspoon
10) Salt

Procedure:

1) Mix the yoghurt with water and soak semolina to a thick batter for half an hour.
2) Add salt, onions, chillies, tomatoes, cucumber, coriander leaves and mix it well.
3) Grease the heated appam maker with oil.
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4) From a spoon pour the batter to the pits in the appam maker.
5) After 10 minutes turn the fritters to another side until golden brown.
6) Cook it well from both the sides.
7) Serve it hot with tomato sauce, coconut chatni and enjoy it with your loved ones.


image-coutesy: Varnika Pathak

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