Nippattu is a famous South Indian snack. This is one of my favorite snacks.

  • Rice Grain: 1/2kg
  • Roasted Gram (dalva/Hurigadale): 150gm
  • Red chilly (Guntur): 8
  • Red Chilly (Badagi): 4 (optional)
  • Salt: to taste
  • Groundnut: 4tbsp
  • Curry leaves: 10 chopped
  • Dalda (vegetable ghee): 2tbsp
  • Oil: 2tbsp
  • Oil: to deep fry
  • Water:  to mix dough.
Note: Badagi & guntur both are red chillies. The difference is badagi gives good colour & it is not much spicy. Guntur is very hot like other chillies.

You can also use rice flour instead of rice grains.

  • Finely grind rice, roasted gram & both red chillies.
  • Fry groundnut & remove skin.
  • Coarsely crush groundnut.
  • Mix well grind ingredients, groundnut, salt & curry leaves.
  • Heat dalda & oil, pour in to mixture.
  • Add water little by little till you get chapati consistency or rolling consistency.
  • Take lemon size dough.
  • Roll it round (3-4 inches).
  • Heat the oil.
  • Put the flatten dough in oil.
  • Fry till golden brown. 
  • Remove it to paper towel.
Note: If it becomes hard add little more dalda to make it soft & crispy. This can be store for 15-20 days in air tight box.

Nippattu is ready to serve with tea or coffee.
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      Sarah Naveen said...

      Simply delicious..

      AdukalaVishesham said...

      nice snack recipe....

      Anonymous said...

      do i need any dip to eat this...

      Madhura Manoj said...

      no need of any dip.You can have it like you have chips.

      Archana said...

      I love these.

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