We have tried chilla's a lot with different variations, like besan chilla, suzi chilla etc. But this time with little variation it became so tempting that I couldn't resist my self posting it here :)
Okie lot of prolouge, won't make u guys wait more. Here is the recipe
- 1.5 cup gram flour(besan)
- 1 cup wheat flour (atta)
- 1/4 cup rice flour
- 2-3 green chillies
- 1/2 inch ginger
- salt to taste
- corriander leaves 1/2 cup (chopped)
- mint leaves 8 - 10
- sugar 1/2 spoon
- red chilly powder 1/2 spoon
- curd 2 cups
- water to make smooth batter (approximately 1 cup)
- roasted Cumin powder (bhunna hua jeera)
- Cottage cheese 1/2 cup for garnishing
- Take all the three flours in the bowl. Add paste of green chillies and ginger to it.
- Add all the masalas + 1/2 spoon sugar
- Add corriander and mint leaves
- add curd to it and mix well
- Now add water to make a smooth batter.
- Add 1 spoon of oil to it
- Take one tablespoon of batter and spread over gridle like a pancake
- let it cook from one side, say for 4 to 5 mins
- Then flip it and cook from other side.
Serve hot with green chuttney or tomato ketchup.
Isn't this a pretty easy one. I prepared this in just 10 mins.
And then we reached office too on time lolz.
In Evening again I thought of trying another variation and it was incredeble so thought of putting that too before I publish this one.
- Suzi (Semolina) 3 cups (Roasted one)
- Curd....... 2 cups
- Cottage cheese .... 1 cup
- Ginger ... 1/2 inch
- Green chillies .... 4
- Mint leaves..... 1/2 cup
- Water... 1/2 cup
- Salt According to tasteRed chilly powder 1/2 spoon
- Take a bowl and add roasted suzi and curd, Mix well
- Add salt to it.
- Keep it aside
- In a mixer, chop cottage cheese, mint leaves, ginger and green chillies.
- Add this mixture to suzi batter
- Add red chilly powder and water to make a smooth batter
Now make chilla's as per the directions given above.