June 23, 2007


These are very easy and crunchy snacks, which are very suitable as evening tea time snacks. Here is the snacks recipe:

Groundnuts Fritters:
Prep : 10mts
Cooking Time : 20mts
Cuisine : Andhra

1 cup rice flour (sieved)
1 cup groundnuts
1 tsp red chilli powder
salt as per taste
1 tsp ginger garlic paste
water to prepare dough
oil for deep frying

1. Take rice flour into a bowl, add ginger garlic paste, red chilli powder, groundnuts and salt, mix well.

2. Now add water to above flour to prepare a thick dough.

3. Heat oil in a wide vessel. Oil should be very hot.

4. Prepare very small balls with above dough. Take care about each ball should contains groundnuts. Slowly drop each ball into oil, fry till golden color.

5. Let them cool then store in a airtight container.

Note: 1. Careful while preparation of dough. It should not be smooth.
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  1. Spicy peanuts, ice cold water and a movie.. heaven..

  2. An all time favourite,Jyothi!I second Suganya here!:)

  3. me too yumm love these crunchy munchy snacks

  4. Looks crispy......love to eat any time when we are free and I like see movie with this type of lovely snack.....wow.....gr8....mouthwatering....I see movie Guru!...when I see your lovely post....I miss your dish..:)

  5. Ground peanut fritters... hmmm, crunchy?

  6. Its lovely snack with a cup of coffee. Nice photo too Jyothi. Really tempting. Viji

  7. ooh I love these things... always get it from the local indian stores, and those are too oily normally... now I can make my own.. yeah.... :) thanks for the recipe Jyothi!

  8. gosh...what a great simple snack...thanks for sharing

  9. Thankyou for sharing,i always bought them from store and kept wondering how would it be to make them at home,hmmm,a hot cup of coffee and these snacks when it is raining,yum:)

  10. Yummy snack to munch at 4pm!:))

  11. YUMMMMM! crispy snack looks so tasty, a must try for me :)

  12. @Hi Suganya, thanks.

    @Hi Vini, thanks for your comments.

    @Hi Roopa, thanks.

  13. @Hi Kajal, why you have to miss? you can try now at your home. Try it and let me know. Thanks in advance.

    @Hi Cynthia, really its crunchy snacks. Thanks.

    @Hi Viji, thanks for dropping by.

  14. @Hi Sig, try it and let me know. Thanks in advance.

    @Hi Dilip, thanks for dropping by.

    @Hi Alapana, welcome to my blog. Thanks for dropping by.

  15. @Hi Asha, thanks.

    @Hi Richa, try it and let me know. Thanks a lot.

  16. hey thanks for sharing this yummy recipe. i really want to try this recipe.
    does the dough need to be hard....
    or soft like chakali dough?

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