Wednesday, October 31, 2012

KARASEV RECIPE| DIWALI SNACKS RECIPES | DEEPAVALI RECIPES

without garlic

Karasev is a easy savoury recipe which can be made in a jiffy. As Deepavali is nearing i will posting deepavali recipes in my space till deepavali. Karasev i tried for the first time and it turned so well . We all enjoyed the peppery flavored karasev with filter coffee on a rainy day evening. So go ahead to try out this easy karasev for this diwali . This recipe i adapted from my hand written cook book which I copied from my grand mother before my marriage.
Kara Sev 3

INGREDIENTS:
BESAN | KADALAI MAAVU 1 CUP
RICE FLOUR |ARISI MAAVU 1 CUP
BLACK PEPPER 2 TSP
SALT AS NEEDED
BUTTER(SOFTENED) 2 TBLSP
OIL TO DEEP FRY
ASAFOETIDA A PINCH
Video of karasev


Kara Sev 2
METHOD:
  • Sieve both the flour ( besan and rice flour ) together for even mixing.
  • Add salt and add the softened butter.
  • Pound the black pepper in a mortar and pestle or a mixer coarsely.
  • Mix it well and knead it into a pliable soft dough by adding water to this slowly.
  • Do not add too much water and do not make it too stiff also.
Step 2 step 3
  • Heat oil in a deep pan. Check the oil by dropping a small piece of dough into the oil. When it comes up immediately then the oil is in the right consistency.
  • Take a small  of dough and press it into a murukku presser using the thenkuzhal achu.
Karasev 4
  • Do not over do. Just make 2 rounds.
  • Flip this after few minutes.
step 5 step 6
  • When the oil sound sizzles take it out from the oil and drain the excess oil in a kitchen towel.
  • Repeat this for the rest of the dough.
  • When it is cool , break them into small pieces and enjoy karasev with hot coffee as we did.
Kara Sev 1
Note:
  1. You can add 1 tsp of black pepper and 1/2 tsp of red chilli powder.
  2. Do not add too much butter as it will make the karasev break while making itself.
  3. Instead of butter hot oil can also be added.
  4. If you want to add garlic, just pound this nicely with black pepper.
  5. Do not make the black pepper slightly big. It will get stuck while pressing them in the achhu.
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33 comments:

  1. Looks tempting, just melt in the mouth,divinely...!

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  2. well done jeyashri :) photos are amazing and so as tempting :)

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  3. Love this for the pepper in it and awesome clicks Jeyashri..

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  4. wow very tempting jey,valli luks so cute...

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  5. love kaarasev.... we make this for diwali... i am posting it on my blog sometime next week.. Yours is looking so good..
    Sowmya
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  6. Love the clicks Jayashri :) Could munch on these all day long...

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  7. Heavy filling snack portrayed well!!! great clicks Jey!!!
    Today's recipe - Pumpkin Shaped Cookies

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  8. Love this snack..crispy and delicious...

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  9. Beautiful clicks and a crunchy snack

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  10. me too planning to try this. my hubby's fav :)

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  11. very crispy and yummy snack..
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  12. yummy snack and awesome clicks

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  13. Quite addictive snack...looks very tempting and beautiful bright clicks...loveit totally!!

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  14. Very tempting. A 'must try' recipe..

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  15. looks delicious..my mom used to make all this savouries..I have just started attempting them..should try this one..

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  16. It's my all time fav ...looks too gud ...

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  17. Such a lovely set up!! Love that lavender bucket!! And the khara sev looks very tempting..Pepper is a nice addition too...
    Prathima Rao
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  18. Love munching these karasev very much,with loads of peppers its always one of my favourite deepavali savoury.

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  19. Tempting kaaara sev. I made this for Diwali too. Love the colorful clicks.

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  20. Kaara sev looks so tempting !! Loved the pic with the little lavender bucket, looks so cute :)

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  21. Perfectly done !! Nice clicks and loved the lavender bucket !!

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  22. Very nice clicks Jeyashri...and tempting kara sev

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  23. i love them with hot tea..lovely clicks as well.

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  24. I too love to take karasev with tea during rainy days.

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  25. Jeyashree... I tried this today and it came out really good! Crisp and very tasty! And, it came out well every single time! Thank you very much :)

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  26. Thank you very much. It was very simple and a perfect recipe. Saved my day.

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