FOR THE CANAPES
|1 cup Chikpea flour/Besan|
|2 tbsp Wholewheat flour|
|2 tbsp Oil|
|1 tbsp Red chilli powder|
|1/4 tsp Carom seeds|
|1/4 tsp Baking soda|
|1 tsp Salt|
|Just enough for kneading Water|
FOR THE FILLING
|1 cup Green gram sprouts|
|3 tbsp Coriander|
|1 tsp Pepper powder|
|1 tsp Chaat masala|
|1 tbsp Sev|
|to taste Salt|
The theme for this week of Foodie Monday Bloghop as suggested by Preethi Prasad was Potluck Recipes. Now there was a huge option which I could cook for this theme. But then knowing me, I think people would expect me to bake a dish and take it. So I baked this papdi canape chaat for the recent potluck at my friend’s place. I think they relished it as it was not the usual dessert canapes and this chat was a little different too.
Baking this Papdi canape chat was easy. Here we use gram flour and wheat flour for the canape shells. I have mainly used sprouts to fill the canape shells. You can fill it according to your taste. I loved baking these and serving these for my friends and they loved eating it too.
Mix all the ingredients for the dough with just enough water into a pliable dough. Keep it covered for 20 mins
Grease the tart shells
Pinch out some balls from the dough and roll it into a circle which is thin
Place it on the tart mould and press the insides well. Prick with fork. Remove the excess dough. Likewise make all the tarts the same way.
Preheat the oven to 200 C. Bake the tart shells for 10-12 mins or till it starts to brown. Transfer it to a cooling rack. When completely cooled, store them in airtight containers till it is used
FOR THE FILLING
Cook the sprouts upto 3 whistles with minimum water in a pressure cooker
Add the cut onions, tomatoes, pepper powder, chaat masala and salt to this. Mix well
Fill the tart shells with the required amount of filling, top it with sev and serve
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