|1.||Hitikida avarekalu / fresh avarebele / flat beans dal 1/2 cup|
|2.||Groundnut 1 tablespoon|
|3.||Channa dal 1 tablespoon|
|4.||Dried coconut, cut into thin slices 1 tablespoon|
|5.||Curry leaves 1-2 sprig|
|6.||Dried red chili 1|
|7.||Avalakki / aval / poha / beaten rice, thick variety, 1/2 cup|
|8.||Oil for deep frying|
|9.||Red chilli powder 1/2 teaspoon (optional)|
|10.||Salt to taste|
to make hitikida avarekalu / avarebele?
Remove avarekalu from its pod.
Soak avarekalu in water for 8-10 hours.
Drain the water.
Take a bean and press it between the thumb and fore finger. The skin separates from the bean. Discard the skin. The dal is the avarebele.
Repeat this procedure for the entire avarekalu.
the dal on a plate for 3-4 fours.
channa dal in warm water for 1 hour.
Drain the water.
Spread the dal on a cloth or paper napkin or plate for 3-4 hours.
|4.||Heat oil in a deep frying utensil.|
add a fistful of avarebele to the
Turn the heat to medium mode.
Stir the avarebele with a spatula. First, the dal goes to the bottom of the oil. Then after a few minutes the dal floats, indicating it is fried.
Turn the heat to low or sim mode.
Fry for few more minutes.
the fried dal from the oil and place them on a paper napkin.
Fry the remaining avarebele.
groundnuts to the hot oil and
fry. After some time, their skin starts to break.
Fry for one minute.
Remove the groundnuts from the oil. Drain the oil in the groundnuts.
dried coconut slices to the hot oil and fry. As soon as their
to change remove the slices from the oil.
Otherwise, they will burn.
channa dal to the oil and fry. Follow the same procedure
frying the avarebele.
a small steel juice strainer.
Add half tablespoon of thick avalakki, aval or poha.
Dip the strainer in the hot oil.
Keep it in the oil using one hand and, simultaneously, fry with a spoon using another hand, till the avalakki "blooms".
the strainer from the oil.
Drain the oil.
Follow the same procedure with the rest of the avalakki.
the curry leaves and the chili.
the fried dal, channa dal, dried coconut slices,
groundnut, thick avalakki, curry leaves, broken chilli, chilli
powder and salt.
avarebele is ready.
|TIPS||How to make Fried Avarebele from Hitikida Avarekalu?|
|1.||Prepare another variety of this snack, using only the avarebele.|