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Maharastrian Pancake Amboli Recipe

अम्बोली – नाश्ते के लिये खास महाराष्ट्रीयन रेसीपी । Maharastrian Pancake Amboli Recipe

 

Amboli is a traditional Maharashtrian recipe, it is almost similar to the Dosa but, slightly different in its taste. Amboli is a dish which is made up of Urad Dal and rice. It is a healthy and light dish.

Here is a step by step easy recipe with pictures to make Amboli. It is a dish which is perfect for breakfast or evening snack. You can serve it along with peanut dip, coconut dip and green coriander dip.

Direction :

Getting Ready :

Soak a cup of rice for 3 to 4 hours and soak a cup of Urad Dal in the water for 3 to 4 hours too.

After soaking them, grind both of them finely but, separately.

Mix both the paste well in a bowl and add a ¼ tsp of baking soda to it.

Keep the batter aside to ferment for 10 to 12 hours.

After fermenting it, stir it softly and add some more water to rectify its consistency.

Add a ¾ tsp of salt to it and preheat a griddle.

Grease it with some oil and spread a tbsp of batter on the griddle evenly in the circular motion.

Spread some oil over and around it. Cover and cook until it is dark from the bottom for 3 to 4 minutes on medium flame.

After 3 minutes, flip it and cook until brown from another side too.

The Amboli has cooked and it has become slightly dark too. Cook all the Ambolis likewise.

8 to 10 Ambolis can be cooked from the prepared quantity of batter. Serve it along with peanut dip, coconut dip and green coriander dip.

Suggestion

  • You can use fenugreek seeds instead of baking soda to ferment the batter.

Maharastrian Pancake Amboli Recipe
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Recipe type: Dosa, Snack
Cuisine: Maharashtrian, Indian
 
Amboli is a traditional Maharashtrian recipe, it is almost similar to the Dosa but, slightly different in its taste. Amboli is a dish which is made up of Urad Dal and rice. It is a healthy and light dish.
Ingredients
  • Soaked rice - 1 cup
  • Soaked Urad Dal - ½ cup
  • Baking soda - ¼ tsp
  • Salt - ¾ tsp
  • Oil - 1 to 2 tbsp
Instructions
  1. - Take a cup of rice, wash it, soak it for 3 to 4 hours and after soaking it, grind it finely in the grinder jar.
  2. - After grinding it, pour it in a separate bowl.
  3. - Take a cup of Urad Dal, wash and soak it in the water for 3 to 4 hours.
  4. - After 4 hours, separate the extra water from it.
  5. - After separating the water, add it in the grinder jar followed by 1 to 2 tablespoons of water to it.
  6. - Grind it finely too and pour it in the bowl along with the paste of rice.
  7. - Stir to blend well and add a ¼ teaspoon of baking soda to it.
  8. - The batter is ready to be fermented, keep it aside to ferment for 10 to 12 hours.
  9. - After fermenting it, stir slowly and some water for rectifying its consistency.
  10. - Add a ¾ teaspoon of salt to it and stir well.
  11. - Preheat a griddle and grease it with oil.
  12. - Spread a tablespoon of batter evenly in circular motion on it.
  13. - Spread some oil over and around it.
  14. - Cover and cook until it is dark from the bottom for 3 to 4 minutes on medium flame.
  15. - After 3 minutes, flip it and cook until brown from another side too.
  16. - The amboli has cooked and it has become slightly dark too.
  17. - Cook all the Ambolis likewise.
  18. - The Ambolis are ready to be served.
  19. Serving
  20. - 8 to 10 Ambolis can be cooked from the prepared quantity of batter.
  21. - Serve it along with peanut dip, coconut dip and green coriander dip.

 

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