July 9, 2014

Masala Peanut

    Wow ! the name itself tempting me to munch it right now with a cup of hot masala tea. According to me this is the best tea time muncher. Whenever we buy this, me the one who gobbles most of the count. I'll not leave even the peanut skin, which tastes more than the masala peanut. Since its not available in my current location, thought why not i try at home. Finally tried and here comes.....


ALL YOU NEED:
Raw Peanuts 2 cups
Besan Flour 1/2 cup
Chilly Powder 2 spoons
Food Color Pinch
Rice Flour 1/4 cup
Fennel Seeds 1 spoon
Garlic 7 to 8 Nos.
Hing 1/2 spoon
Salt To Taste
Oil To deep fry

DEEP FRIED VERSION:
     Take a wide pan, add raw peanut (use either with skin or without skin), besan flour, rice flour, hing, red chilly powder, salt and food color, mix all the ingredients without adding water. Now take a mixer, add garlic cloves and fennel, grind it coarsely and mix with the peanuts. Now sprinkle some water, make sure the mixture should not be watery and it should be in rava ladoo mixture consistency. Adjust with salt. Now heat oil for deep frying. Once done, take handful of mixture and drop evenly, try not to put it as lumps. Keep the flame in medium and toss evenly and let the batch be in flame for 3 mins max.

MICROWAVE VERSION:
    Even i tried roasting it in microwave. For which, take a plate add a cup of peanut mixture (mixture of all the ingredients) and add a spoon of oil to the mixture. Mix well. Now evenly spread the mixture on the plate and microwave it for 5 to 6 mins. Make sure, you toss the mixture inbetween. I personally liked microwave version when compare to the deep fried.

♬ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♬

5 comments:

Sona S said...

One of my favorites.. looks tasty..

Rafeeda AR said...

my kids love these peanuts...

nandoos Kitchen said...

nice one dear..

Vikis Kitchen said...

Nicely made masala peanuts. Love it always.

Julie said...

crunchy ones!!

July 9, 2014

Masala Peanut

    Wow ! the name itself tempting me to munch it right now with a cup of hot masala tea. According to me this is the best tea time muncher. Whenever we buy this, me the one who gobbles most of the count. I'll not leave even the peanut skin, which tastes more than the masala peanut. Since its not available in my current location, thought why not i try at home. Finally tried and here comes.....


ALL YOU NEED:
Raw Peanuts 2 cups
Besan Flour 1/2 cup
Chilly Powder 2 spoons
Food Color Pinch
Rice Flour 1/4 cup
Fennel Seeds 1 spoon
Garlic 7 to 8 Nos.
Hing 1/2 spoon
Salt To Taste
Oil To deep fry

DEEP FRIED VERSION:
     Take a wide pan, add raw peanut (use either with skin or without skin), besan flour, rice flour, hing, red chilly powder, salt and food color, mix all the ingredients without adding water. Now take a mixer, add garlic cloves and fennel, grind it coarsely and mix with the peanuts. Now sprinkle some water, make sure the mixture should not be watery and it should be in rava ladoo mixture consistency. Adjust with salt. Now heat oil for deep frying. Once done, take handful of mixture and drop evenly, try not to put it as lumps. Keep the flame in medium and toss evenly and let the batch be in flame for 3 mins max.

MICROWAVE VERSION:
    Even i tried roasting it in microwave. For which, take a plate add a cup of peanut mixture (mixture of all the ingredients) and add a spoon of oil to the mixture. Mix well. Now evenly spread the mixture on the plate and microwave it for 5 to 6 mins. Make sure, you toss the mixture inbetween. I personally liked microwave version when compare to the deep fried.

♬ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♬

5 comments:

Sona S said...

One of my favorites.. looks tasty..

Rafeeda AR said...

my kids love these peanuts...

nandoos Kitchen said...

nice one dear..

Vikis Kitchen said...

Nicely made masala peanuts. Love it always.

Julie said...

crunchy ones!!