Bhakarwadi is a baby from two different origins- Gujarat and Maharashtra. It is lovingly eaten all over. With a gentle mix of spices and rolled in a dough and fried. The perfect commingling of spice with crunch, the ideal snack with a cup of steaming chai, and especially right now in the monsoon. Farali bhakarwadi is a delightful creation.
I have a perfect recipe to enjoy Bhakarwadi during the period when you are on a fast. I can hear your cheering! You can enjoy this with a cup of tea and you will love it!
Let’s get started.
Farali Bhakarwadi Recipe Video and Text Recipe Below
- 1 cup Farali (fasting) flour
- Half cup chopped coriander
- 1 Tsp Black Salt
- 1 Tsp Coriander powder
- 1 Tbsp Nariyal Khaman
- 1 Tbsp Crushed Peanuts
- 1 Tsp Ginger Paste
- 1 Tsp crushed green chili
- 1 Tbsp cooking oil
- 2 large boiled potatoes
- Sesame Seeds
- Sendha Namak (Salt used during fast)
- In a bowl add flour and salt to taste.
- Add oil and mix all ingredients well.
- Add water accordingly and knead into dough.
- Now cover it with a lid and set it aside for 5-7 minutes.
Stuffing Prep –
- Grate boiled potatoes in a mixing bowl.
- Once done add chopped coriander, black salt, green chilies, ginger paste, crushed peanuts, nariyal khaman and finally a pinch of amchur powder. Mix all ingredients well with help of your hand.
- Now sprinkle a pinch of sendha namak and give it a nice mix.
- Now bring in the stuffing bowl, take it in your palm, flatten it out and place it on the roti we just prepared.
- Place the stuffing on entire roti leaving a little space toward the end.
- Gently roll it in. If you notice any cracks, prepare a mixture from flour and water, and just apply it on the cracks, and lastly, in the space, we left, to give a gripping closing.
- Close both ends using the same watery mixture.
- Using a knife, cut the stuffed roll into pieces as shown in the video.
- Take a piece coats it with watery mixture & dust with sesame seeds, press gently and place it on a plate. Repeat for the rest.
- In a deep bottomed pan, fry all the Bhakarwadi bites. Fry until golden from all sides.
- Fry all the Bhakarwadi pieces. Take them out on a kitchen towel lined plate.
Serve with home-made green chutney and enjoy. Hope you guys liked today’s simple fasting recipe. You can eat it any time you want. Fast or no Fast.
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