Air fryer Recipes | Nippattu recipe using air fryer | No oil, No maida Nippattu |Vegan, gluten free nippattu recipe
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Usually these are deep fried snacks. I am trying our deep fried snacks using the air fryer and I am liking it. To give you a fair review – no doubt deep fried snacks taste better, but air fried snacks are guilt free, tasty and with less or no oil.
Ingredients for making Air fryer Recipes | Nippattu recipe using air fryer:
- 1 cup rice flour
- 1 tbsp finely chopped curry leaves
- 2 tbsp peanuts/groundnuts
- 2 tbsp roasted gram/hurigadale
- 1/2 tbsp red chili powder
- 3/4 tsp rock salt or salt to taste
- 1 cup + ~1/4 cup water
- Coarsely grind peanuts and roasted gram
- Boil 1 cup of water, add salt
- Add rice flour, red chili powder, and curry leaves, mix it and turn off the heat. COver it and keep it aside for few minutes
- Once the dough is warm enough to handle, add coarsely ground nuts, oil your hand, mix the dough, add water if needed.
- For the consistency of the dough watch the video, I have used extra 1/4 cup water
Making the nippattu:
- You can divide the dough into 25 to 30 equal parts.
- Grease the plastic sheet or banana leaf. Take a portion and press it as shown here
- Or you can press with a flat cup
- Place the prepared nippattu one by one next to each other in a air fryer pan as shown
- Place the pan in the fryer, set to 200ºC or 395ºF and timer to 15 minutes
- Check after 10 minutes, flip it and keep the pan back. let it fry for 5 more minutes
- After 5 minutes- nippattu is done and ready to eat 🙂
- Repeat the same procedure with remaining doug
- With the given measurement we can make around 27 nippattu