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Recipes With Semolina Flour; Pan Fried Suji Oatmeal Kachori


suji kachori
Interested in recipes using semolina flour? Wondering how semolina tastes as a snack? This suji kachori recipe is for you.

I have tried my hands at suji kachori previously, wherein I had used appe pan for frying these crispy balls. Today, I decided to go differently and chose to pan fry the cutlets. My idea rocked :)

Happy me!

I could make crispy suji kachoris, that too, not deep fried, Could I be happier? Lovely feeling I must say!

Oats have made an entry here as well. What more do I want?
oatmeal benefits
Recipes with semolina flour are healthy, tasty, with a beautiful texture.

no yeast semolina bread

suji momos






Ingredients
suji semolina kachori

1 cup suji
4 tbsp- oats powder
1 tbsp- oil/ghee as moyen for adding in the dough
1 tbsp oil for frying the kachoris
1 and 1/2 cup water
salt, ajwain (carom seeds), cumin seeds (jeera)
Boiled potatoes- 2
Powdered corn flakes - 2 tbsp (optional - you may add roasted besan or sattu instead or nothing at all)
Little oil for tempering
1 onion chopped
1 tsp- ginger-garlic paste
haldi (turmeric)
Roasted almond powder (you may add peanuts/groundnuts instead or nothing at all)
hing-a pinch

Procedure
suji oats kachori


  1. Take suji. Mix oats powder, salt, ajwain, jeera, and 1 tbsp oil.
  2. Mix well. 
  3. Next keep the water for boiling.
  4. Add the suji mixture to the boiling water and keep stirring until everything comes together as dough.
  5. Take out the dough on a plate. It will be hot. So exercise caution.
  6. Roll out into small balls and then into puris.
  7. Better to use butter paper to roll out puris.
  8. Meanwhile, add oil to a nonstick pan.
  9. Add hing, jeera, onion.
  10. Sautee well.
  11. Add oil, jeera powder, haldi, coriander powder, and boiled mashed potatoes.
  12. Mix well and saute for some time.
  13. Now the filling is ready.
  14. Fill the pooris with this potato mixture.
  15. Close from all sides, giving the shape of kachori. Make sure the filling does not fall out.
  16. Take a non stick pan, add 1 tbsp oil.
  17. Place each kachori in the pan at a distance.
  18. Put on high flame for 2-3 minutes.
  19. Then lower the flame.
  20. Cook & cover.
  21. Keep checking and changing sides intermittently until done.
  22. It takes time, but is well worth the efforts.
  23. Enjoy this healthy version of suji oats kachori with a hot cup of tea.







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