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Chaats!.. wat a class!.. yummy..... aloo chaat was mind blowing... uuuummmmmmm!.... n the dahi bhalla chaaat!.. katori chaat!.. yum!.. especially the left overs were a super hit in my house!.. now i know if kuch chatpata khaana hai to chutneys tayyar rakho!.. even ur happy n so is the family!..
mughlai... !.. this class is a super blessing in disguise!.. expecially coz i cud never make an interesting vegetabe which went in the tiffin n i cud wait for a call at 1 saying awesome!.. but this really made me get it!.. n the best part the vegetables taste just like the restaurants.. n there is not water flowing out of the curies when put on the plate!.. n there is no oil floating over the vegetables!.. thank u so much.. ur recipes are a super blessing in disguise!.. i wont b surprised a year from now my family wud say lets eat at home than going to a restaurant!.. thank you.. im saving my money!.. n making it healthy n yummy!!!!!!
Ingredients1 cup plain flour
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
3 tablespoon powdered sugar or to taste
2 tablespoon curds
2 tablespoon melted butter / oil
1/4 tsp vanilla essence
milk as required
MethodMix all the ingredients and add enough milk to get a thin smooth batter, without any lumps. Check the desired sweetness.
Heat a lightly oiled non stick pan, pour 2 ladles (appox 4 tbsp.) of above batter and spread out into a thin layer. Pour a tsp of oil around the crepe. cook till bottom browns slightly, Loosen with a spatula, turn and cook the other side.
Serve hot with your favorite sauce ---maple syrup, honey or just chocolate sauce
You might just have to make many batches
These crepes were such a hit with my children that they have become our favorite breakfast. (wonder when they will have enough of them)
Sanaya says ---- they were awesommmmmmme
Samika says----- i loved them ---- just loved them--- mummy it was yummy !!!!!!!!!!