Singhara Atta Cheela makes it an ideal dish to be consumed during fasting.
Hii Foodies!!! How are you all?? Bored of eating old dishes during fast, why not try a new recipe this time?? Please try Singhara Atta Cheela this navratri. Singhara Atta is mainly preferred during the Vrat of fasts. So we are here with a quick tasty recipe of Singhara Atta Cheela. The Singhara flour is nutritious and contains a lot of proteins, calcium and vitamins which makes our Singhara Atta Cheela an ideal dish to be consumed during fasting. It is a good source of potassium, vitamin B and antioxidants.
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Singhara Atta Cheela Ingredients
- 1 cup Singhara Atta
- 2 Boiled potato
- 2 Green Chilies
- 1 Tomato
- 1 piece of small Ginger
- Coriander (Dhaniya) Leaves
- 1/2 tbsp Roasted cumin (Jeera) powder
- Pinch of Rock Salt (Sendha Namak)
- 2 teaspoon coarsely crushed Black pepper (Kali Mirch) powder
- Oil/ Ghee for roasting
Preparation Before Recipe
- Take 2 Boiled potatoes and 1 Tomato and finely chop them.
- Chop the green chillies and grate the ginger.
Singhara Atta Cheela Recipe: Step By Step
- Start your recipe by taking a bowl and adding all the ingredients in the bowl. Pour enough water and mix all the ingredients well with the spoon, till you get a pouring consistency.
- Now heat a non-stick pan and pour one ladle of the batter and spread it by the back of the spoon in a circular movement just like dosa.
- Now drizzle a few drops of oil.
- Flip to the other side and cook on both the sides for 2 minutes till you get a crisp cheela.
- Your hot Singhara Atta Cheela is ready to serve. Serve it hot with Green chutney or Tomato Chutney or curd.
- Do not spread too much batter as it will get stuck to the pan.
- You can sprinkle sesame seeds as well to enhance the taste.
Frequently Asked Questions
Singhara, also known as water chestnut, is a fruit that grows underwater.
Water chestnut contains high amounts of fiber, potassium, manganese, copper, vitamin B6, and riboflavin. As per the USDA nutrition database, 100-grams of singhara contain 4 grams of fiber, 3 grams of protein and 23.9 grams of carbs.
Singhara is a fruit that grows underwater but kuttu is known as pseudo-cereal. Both the flours provide one of a kind taste. While kuttu atta provides one with warmth, singhara has cooling properties.
Singhara is considered the best for diabetes because it is a rich source of proteins, minerals and essential carbohydrates.
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