Rice Nippat

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Rice nippat is a crispy fried salty snack recipe which can also be enjoyed as cocoktail starters. The rice flour based nippats are made by crushing the rice with chanandal, coconut, chillies and curry leaves and then made into flat puris. These rice nippats are deep fried and relished crispy hot with chutney as teatime snack.

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Rice Nippat recipe - How to make Rice Nippat

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  1. Roast peanuts and remove skin. crush along with the roasted bengal gram and keep aside.
  2. Sieve maida. prepare dough mixing together rice flour, maida and butter. knead well, using a little water.
  3. Crush together coconut gratings, chopped green chillies and curry leaves. add a few drops of asafetida water, salt and til seeds.
  4. To the dough add all the ingredients. mix well. shape portions of the dough into balls of gooseberry size.
  5. Flatten them with greased palm, on polythene paper or plantain leaf smeared with oil, into thin rounds.
  6. Pour oil into frying pan. heat to smoking point. deep fry nippats in hot oil till crisp, turning over once or twice.

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This recipe was contributed by pink_key711 on 12 Nov 2001

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Rice Nippat
 on 25 Dec 15 12:51 PM