microwave khandvi

Microwave Khandvi Recipe | How to make khandvi in microwave?

What is Khandvi?

Khandvi is a popular Gujarati snack made by cooking gram flour and curd mixture. The cooked mixture is spread and rolled and thereafter tempered with mustard seeds and curry leaves. Khandvi simply melts in the mouth leaving behind great flavors of gram flour, mustard seeds, and curry leaves, etc. Generally, khandvi is cooked in a kadai. It calls for continuous stirring and at times it is tricky to determine when to stop? This is the recipe for microwave khandvi. It is absolutely fuss-free and close to foolproof. This recipe can be tried by the first timers to make khandvi.

Let’s talk about the ingredients for Microwave Khandvi recipe

In this recipe following kitchen gadgets are required other than the “edible ingredients”

Obviously a microwave and a hand blender! Now coming to the ingredients:

Gram flour: Regular besan is used to make microwave khandvi.

Yogurt + water: Correct proportion of the key ingredients is the key to perfect khandvi.

Tempering: I have done very basic tempering of mustard seeds and curry leaves. You can also add in sesame seeds (til).

Similar recipes on the blog

Already there are few recipes for khandvi on the blog which have been put together over here. Likewise, there are plenty of Gujarati Breakfast recipes, which can be viewed here.

How to serve Microwave Khandvi?

As such microwave khandvi needs no accompaniments; a cup of tea is great for anything and everything.

How to make Microwave Khandvi?

1.This recipe serves 3-4 persons.

microwave khandvi

2.In a blender jar add in 1 cup gram flour (besan), 1 cup yogurt (dahi) and 2 cups of water and salt to taste. You can also use a hand blender for this purpose.

microwave khandvi

3.Also add in ¼ tsp turmeric powder and 1 tbsp oil. Mix or blend well. You can also add in a pinch of asafetida (heeng).

microwave khandvi

4.Transfer the mixture to a microwave safe bowl.

microwave khandvi

5.Microwave 3 times on high power for 2 minutes each. As in microwave for 2 minutes, blend, microwave for 2 minutes, blend and microwave for 2 minutes for the third time and blend.

microwave khandvi

6.Blend well after each 2 minutes of microwave cooking.

microwave khandvi

7.Finally, microwave for 1 minute for the fourth time.

microwave khandvi

8.Blend very well to a smooth and lump-free mixture.

microwave khandvi

9.Quickly spread the mixture on a greased kitchen platform or at the back sides of the full plates. You will need 4 full plates. Once it cools down, make cuts in khandvi.

microwave khandvi

10.Roll them to the desired thickness.

microwave khandvi

11.Prepare the tempering. For that heat 1 tbsp oil and add 1 tsp mustard seeds (raie) and a handful of curry leaves. Let the seeds splutter.

microwave khandvi

12.Use a spoon and pour the tempering on the khandvi. Garnish with chopped coriander leaves.

microwave khandvi

13.Serve. Bon appétit!

microwave khandvi

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