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E-RESTAURANT ‘LAAVANI’

Soan Papdi

Soan Papdi

Rs. 200
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Soan Papdi

Dust your hands with flour and then take a piece of the dough about the size of a golf ball and shape it into a thin round about as thick as one sultana (see photo). You should be able to make about 14 from the mix.
 

They are cooked on a griddle. You can easily do this in a dry none stick frying pan. Make sure it is clean, then put the pan on a very low heat, it must not get too hot. Place a couple of the rounds in the pan and cook on both sides for a few minutes until golden brown. Turn them frequently with a fish slice as they start to brown. This will take a little practice and some judgement, but if done correctly, they will turn out as in the photo. Once you have got the knack, it''s easy! Place them on a wire cooling rack and serve either just warm or cold. For a an extra special treat, serve them with a spoon of jam and some whipped cream. 

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