I often make sabudana khichdi, samak ke chawal ki tikki ,Rajgiri poori , Rajgiri thepla etc,but we always try to make some thing different and low fat ,as most of the fasting recipes require frying so today I tried this falhari uthappam which is soft and fluffy and even when it become cold it taste good so also good to pack in tiffin or lunch boxes.
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Prep time-10 min
Cooking time-10 min
- Sago flour/sabudana ka atta- 1/2 cup
- Barnyarn millet flour/sama ka atta – 1/2 cup *
- Amaranth flour/Rajgiri atta- 2 tbsp
- Potato, boiled and grated -1
- Yogurt/dahi -1/2 cup
- Green chilies,chopped – 1 tsp
- Ginger/adrak, grated – 1/2 tsp
- Fresh coriander,chopped – 2 tbsp
- Cumin seeds/jeera – 1tsp
- Pepper powder/kali mirch – 3/4 tsp
- Salt – to taste
- Take a bowl and add rajgiri flour,samak flour,sabudana flour and yogurt.
- Add 2 cups of water and mix well.
- Cover and keep aside for 1 hour.
- Now add grated potato and all the remaining ingredients and mix well.
- Add some water if required,the batter should be medium thick like the regular uthappam batter.
- Heat a non stick pan and wipe with a cloth napkin soaked in water and oil mixture.
- Now pour a laddle ful of battar on it and spread it slightly(don’t make it very thin)
- Cover with a lid and cook on medium flame till it get cooked from bottom.
- Now spread some oil over it and flip the uttapam.
- Cover and cook again , so it get cooked from the bottom.
- Remove when done and serve hot or cold.
1-If rajgiri and samak flour is not readily available then you can grind them in the mixer and make a fine powder.
2- Samak is also know as sama, moraiyo,varai.
3- you can also add finely grated raw potato or raw banana in the batter.