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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Siddhi Panchal is a food blogger at CookingwithSiddhi and food aficionado who loves to cook. Her cooking skills cover a range of Indian and international cuisines. Her aim is to enable other food enthusiasts explore their love for food by helping them cook delectable dishes from India and around the world.