Mangalorean Recipes

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1/2TeaspoonBaking PowderSieve with flour
1TablespoonCooking OilFor frying
1/2TeacupCurdsTo be mixed with dough
1NosEggsTo be mixed with dough
1/2KilogramFlour, Maida - (American Pillsbury)Sieve with baking powder
2TeaspoonKalonji - Nigella or Onion SeedsOptional
1TeacupMilkTo be mixed with dough
1Salt-SpoonSaltFor taste
1/4TablespoonSugarTo be mixed with dough


Sieve flour with baking powder and salt. Mix curds, sugar, egg, milk and water. Knead it well into a soft dough. Apply a little oil and cover it with a wet cloth for two hours. It will come up very nice.

Now make equal sized balls apply a little oil and put onion seeds on top. Roll it into a round shape.

Stretch it from one side to give a triangular shape.

Now put it on a preheated Tandoor wall or cook in a preheated oven (250 degrees Celsius) by placing it on a greased tray.

Remove when it is crisp and golden brown on both sides. Serve hot topped with butter.

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