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Oil Free Snacks

oil free snack/toast
Any guesses? This is for all the health conscious people out there who refrain from using too much oil in their snacks. This was an experiment, but I tell you, it turned out really well! Feeling amazed and of course happy!


Another oil-free recipe. Yes, this looks more like bread pakoda and tastes the same as well. But this recipe does not use bread, nor does it use oil. It is a simple combination of rice flour & besan prepared in a sandwich maker.
For a change, works great as a snack when kids want something urgently and you do not have something special to treat them. They will happily enjoy this kinda snacks!

Ingredients: 

1/2 cup rice flour,
1/2 cup besan (gram flour)
a pinch of baking soda
a tablespoon of oil (if you wish; I used it)
a tbs of sesame seeds (you can increase or reduce the quantity)
salt - as per taste

Mix all the ingredients, and then add water. It should be viscous - not to thick nor too runny. 
Grease the four plates of the sandwich maker 'n pour the batter. 
I kept it for 10 minutes; you might like to keep it longer if you want it crispier. 
You can check in between n keep it longer if you so wish. 
Mine was on the softer side, just like a bread pakoda.
 I suggest adding onion, ginger-chilli paste, and coriander to enhance the taste :)

This was an experiment and hubby liked it, so I think it will work for you all as well.
Enjoy with a hot cup of tea, and you will surely love it.

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