How to Make Sev Padelu Shak?
Many of you keep commenting that we can’t find vegetables during lockdown; then I thought let me share this Gujarati Vegetarian Recipe which Jains eat -Sev Padelu Shak – I have modified it slightly to suit tastebuds of other parts of the country. But this is what Jains eat during the Paryushan festival where there are no vegetables; and this Sev Padelu Shak is made from Besan and Buttermilk.
Sev padelu shak recipe or Gujarati sev tameta nu shaak is a popular Gujarati recipe that can be made in just 15 minutes. This recipe is made with minimal ingredients that are easily available in the Indian kitchen. Grab all the ingredients mentioned below and let start with making sev padelu recipe with me step by step.
Also try Khara Pongal Recipe.
Preparation Method for Sev Padelu Shak
- 1/2 cup besan (chickpeas flour)
- 1 tsp Haldi (Turmeric powder).
- 1.1/2 tsp Red Chili Powder.
- 2 cup buttermilk.
- 2 tbs oil.
- 2-3 garlic cloves (optional).
- Some coriander for garnishing. (optional).
How to make?
- In a bowl, Take 1/2 cup Besan (chickpeas flour)
- Add some salt
- Add 1 tsp Turmeric Powder and 1.1/2 tsp Red Chilli Powder
- We will be making this in 2 cup buttermilk; so masalas are very few
- Now add 1 tbsp water and make a dough- should be thinner than
- Paratha dough but not too runny; it should be semi solid-semi liquid.
- Make sure there are no lumps of besan flour left in the dough- it should be like a smooth paste
- Keep buttermilk ready; it should be sour for better taste. If it’s not sour then u can add few drops of lemon to make it slightly sour.
- Heat up a deep pan; add 2 tbs oil
- Now add some garlic chopped cloves 2-3 should be fine
- let it cook and then add 1.1/2 tsp red chili powder
Kathiyawadi food is slightly spicy
- Now add 2 cups of buttermilk (make sure it’s not too thick – should be water consistency)
- Keep stirring the pan so that buttermilk and water don’t get separated
- Add some salt
- Wait for a boil and then slow down the flame
- Take a strainer and apply some oil on the surface of the strainer
- Keep stirring the pan
- Now take the besan paste we made earlier and rub it on the strainer
cook till sev comes up; now stir gently
- Again follow this process; sev coming up means it’s getting cooked.
- Finish the process till all paste is over and you get a boil
- That’s it Sev Padelu Shak is ready.
- You may add Coriander on top.
Enjoy with Roti or Rice.
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