Palak Kobi vadi

Palak Kobi Vadi in Marathi Yield: 15 medium pieces Time: 30 minutes Deep Fried Vadi Steamed Vadi...

Palak Kobi Vadi in Marathi

Yield: 15 medium pieces
Time: 30 minutes

Deep Fried Vadi
palak kobi vadi, oil free snacks, healthy snackSteamed Vadi
Indian tea time snack, savory snack, Indian savory dishes, Healthy food, loose weightIngredients:
1 cup finely chopped cabbage
2 cup finely chopped Spinach leaves
1 cup besan (Chickpea flour)
1 tsp green chili paste
1 tsp garlic paste
1/4 cup finely chopped cilantro
Pinch of turmeric powder
Pinch of hing (Asafoetida)
Salt to taste

Method:
1) First, mix chopped cabbage, chopped spinach, chill paste, garlic paste, cilantro, hing, turmeric and salt. Mix nicely.
2) Sprinkle little water (around 2 to 3 tbsp) on the mixture. Then add chickpea flour. Mix nicely and make a gooey mixture.
3) Grease the plates of Dhokla stand with few drops of oil. Spread the above mixture evenly and make 1 to 1.5 cm thick layer. Do not make very thick layer.
4) Steam cook for 15 minutes. Cut into 2 inch squares or any shapes you like.
Serve hot with green chutney or tomato ketchup. This snack is almost oil-free.
However, it can be more delicious if deep-fried or shallow-fried.

Tips:
1) If you don't have Dhokla stand You can use pressure cooker to steam cook the mixture. Put some water at the bottom of the pressure cooker. Spread the mixture in steel container (which comes with the pressure cooker). Place it inside the cooker, remove the weight and steam cook for 15 minutes.
2) If you don't concern about the shape, use Idli stand.

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  1. Recipe seems very healthy but tell me wat is cilantro?

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  2. LIKED YOUR EFFORTS TO WRITE IT IN MARATHI AND ENGLISH. And also i liked the recipe for palak kobi wadi, usually we do only methi or kothimbir wadi.
    http://www.subhiksa.blogspot.com/

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  3. Hii Vaidehi,
    khupch chan zali hoti kobi vadi,u know what we eat it with buns and fried green chilli,amazing..

    Thanks a lot..

    he evening snacks farch mahatvach ast so ashach mast mast pakkruti det raha..

    thanks a lot again.

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  4. vaidehi, can this dish be made in the microwave too? if so, please guide.

    Soniya

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  5. Hi Soniya
    Never tried it in Microwave..

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  6. Hi Vaidehi,

    I have tried these vadis and everybody liked them...even my 2 yr old daughter loves it.

    Thanks for the recipe !!

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