Palm jaggery dominated the taste , kaju taste was very less
crispy and tasty
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This tea time traditional snack is arguably the best partner for an evening tea/coffee! It is always a Catch-22 situation when it comes to this - Chai /Filter coffee cannot be initiated without Thattai and vice versa.
Thattai is a deep fried snack prepared during Janmashtami or Sri Krishna Jayanthi festival Diwali. It is known as Nippattu in Karnataka and Chekkalu in Andhra Pradesh/Telangana. The typical ingredients are Rice flour, Urad daal (black gram), Fried gram, Chana daal (Bengal gram), Butter and other seasonings which are mixed in their respective proportions.
Raw Rice Flour, Urad Dal, Fried Gram, Bengal Gram, Asafoetida,
Chilli Powder, Refined Groundnut oil, Butter, Salt
How to Use:
Ready to eat
Store in a cool and dry place in an air tight container
Health tip: Chana dal (Bengal gram) has very low glycemic index around 8 and is super good for diabetics. It improves insulin response in the body is also proved to lower blood pressure. It is rich in B-complex vitamins. Apart from being a super source of plant protein, it is rich in anti-oxidants and high in fibre which will keep you fuller for longer periods until the next meal.
Our homemade flavorful Thattais are for sure going to bring you nostalgic memories!
May you get the ball rolling! We bet you can't eat just one!
Also, try our other flavorful variants here:
Chettinad Pepper Thattai