Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Besan Puda from Manjula's Kitchen

This is one of my favorite food that we enjoy for breakfast/brunch over weekends. It is Besan Puda, savory and can always be varied with the vegatables to add to it. Think of it as a vegetarian omlet without eggs.
The one I made is made with zuccinni and I got the recipe from Manjula's kitchen. I know I have a strong Indian accent, but she takes the cake. I love the way she talks and you feel you are really in her kitchen when she cooks. Lots of great indian vegetarian recipes on her website.
Here is the recipe I followed. I did add cilantro for extra flavor. I have made variations of this with bell pepper and that comes out good too.

What is your favorite brunch? Comment below.


Julie Bradley said...

That looks yummy. What was the first flour she put into the bowl?

Creative with Clay: Charan Sachar said...

She adds besan (Gram flour) which is available in all Indian stores. I usually omit the rice flour.

Creative with Clay: Charan Sachar said...

Here is her written recipe.

Spice said...

This is my all time fav.....in my kitchen for kids it's "Indian Pancak with veggies" :) I love to make it with lots of veggies also add some flax meal, never used rice flour in it....& yes I do use buttermilk/dahi instead of water.

Graciela Testa Lynt said...

Thank you for posting this! It sounded so delicious that I decided to put my own Mediterranean spin to it. I used corn meal instead of the rice flour and substituted garlic, green onions and chard for the cumin, green peppers and zucchini... Other than that... (LOL!) I followed the directions in the video and it turned out fabulous... I have a new favorite recipe now! Thanks!!!!


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