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16 water chestnut flour recipes

Last Updated : Sep 24,2018

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Bhavnagari Chillies (  Faraal Recipe)
Recipe# 32563
22 Sep 18

 by Tarla Dalal
This evergreen favourite is made of Bhavnagari chillies, flavoured with sesame seeds and cumin seeds. Besan is replaced with waterchestnut flour, to make this accompaniment qualify for a fast. Serve Bhavnagari Chillies as an accompaniment to a faraali meal of
Singhada Sheera, Farali Singhara Halwa, Vrat Recipe
Recipe# 32565
05 Apr 18

 by Tarla Dalal
Who can resist a ladleful of sheera, even on a fasting day! Well, why not. Here is a lip-smacking Singhada Sheera that is perfectly acceptable on fasting days as well. Roasting the water chestnut flour sufficiently, till it turns golden in colour, is very essential to bring out a rich aroma an ....
Singhada Sheera ( Know Your Flours )
Recipe# 33161
16 May 08

 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Singada/chestnut is usually consumed by ladies during fasting. This sheera is so tasty that you are unlikely to yearn for any other food, enabling you to practice the fast sincerely!
Recipe# 12090
30 Aug 11

 by purvipdave
No reviews
Farali uttapam presents an unique variation to the south indian staple uttapams. The batter is made from singhoda flour mixed with samo, rajgirha flour, curds, grated coconut and spices. This fasting special dish, farali uttapams make fasting easier and tastier.
Recipe# 12080
30 Aug 11

 by ektanshu
No reviews
A delicious faraali recipe. . Made with water-chestnut flour and deliciously flavoured with ghee and pepper.
Recipe# 14500
16 Jun 01

 by kmvyas
No reviews
Sabudana Dosa/uthappa is a farali item made from Sabudana and potatoes which are blended together with curd and made into a batter. This Sabudana batter is then spread just like Dosa or uttapama nd enjoyed crispy hot with coconut chutney.
Recipe# 14436
24 Oct 01

 by kirti_aries
No reviews
A farali dessert item, the Singhaade flour halwa is prepared from roasted singhara or water chestnut flour which is cooked with sugar and ghee. Relish the halwa with chopped nuts as garnish.
Recipe# 9869
30 Aug 11

 by vaishnavdhara
No reviews
Healthy laddoo is a traditional mother's recipe to strengthen the immune functions and build up nutrient stores. The til seeds, jaggery and ghee blend together in the laddoo and is a tasty and healthy laddoo( sweet ball) recipe.
Recipe# 14504
30 Aug 11

 by chanchal_04
No reviews
A crispy delicious farali vada recipe which is best suited for fasting dals. The vada is made from boiled potatoes which are mashed with roasted singhare ka atta and then deep fried. Enjoy plain or with curd as topping.
Recipe# 14484
25 Oct 01

 by pikiu
No reviews
Quick and easy singhara ki burfi recipe at The burfi is cooked with roasted water chestnut flour or singhare ka atta, condensed milk, sugar and crushed dry fruits. A special dessert for festivals and parties.
Recipe# 9906
22 May 02

by setseeani
No reviews
This flour is not like the normal flour so do not add too much of water. mix all the ingredients before adding any water. then add the water slowly.
Recipe# 34876
24 Sep 18

 by vrunda naik
No reviews
Seeking to satiate your appetite on fasting days? A delectable yoghurt kadhi with pakodas made from potatoes and water chestnut flour (singhare ka atta), Aloo ki Kadhi ensures a splash of excitement too. Enjoy Aloo ki Kadhi with Samo Khichdi and
Recipe# 15383
15 Jul 03

 by ritzdsn
Enjoy the Yummy snacky dry dosa with coconut chutney or sauce of choice. A healthy snacking option for children, the dosa is quite quick and simple to prepare.
Recipe# 12100
11 Oct 11

 by deepsakshi
No reviews
Also make "aloo bonda" instead of aloo slices boil aloo-make balls by adding salt, green chillies, green coriander and dip the balls in batter and fry them one by one.
Recipe# 14426
11 Oct 01

 by pghaghada
No reviews
A crispy fried Marchana bhajia are made from big green chillies which are not so hot and are coated with singhoda ke atta. Enjoy this marchana bhajia with ketchup on a cold winter afternoon.
Recipe# 12664
26 Aug 01

by Suman Tarway
No reviews
Note : to carry on traditions you may make the puri with ordinary wheat flour. this flour is sometimes available in Indian grocery stores. this flour is not like the normal flour so do not add too much of water. mix all the ingredients before adding any water. then add the water slowly.

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