₹40.00 – ₹400.00
Small round roasted crispy snack with spicy touch, a festive treat.
- Traditionally hand-made biscuits
- Snacks for all occasions
- Classic light and crispy English Dessert
- A great tea time snack
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Thattai is an authentic and traditional SouthIndian crispy snack. We make thattai for many festivals like Krishna Jayanthi or even for a regular evening snack. A simple to make snack with rice flour. We can use the same dough we make for Salt Seedai and instead of making small seedai, we can make thattai out of that dough. The only change is adding spices like pepper powder or red chilli powder to the thattai which is not added to salt seedai. Try this crispy and crunchy thattai and share your comments!
Some used to make thattai by soaking and grinding parboiled rice along with red chili powder, salt and hing. Since it’s made with parboiled rice we can’t keep it as an offering for festivals. Instead of a home snack, we can try that version of thatti too. As the spice is mainly red chili powder for parboiled rice thattai it will be spicier than rice flour based thattai.
For other traditional snacks like ribbon pakoda, puzhungal arisi kai murukku, thenkuzhal and other snacks click here. There is also an Andhra Version of Thattai which they call as “Nippatulu” . For the festivals like Krishna jayanthi, Diwali, Karthigai Deepam etc we make this yummy and crispy Thattai.
Nutritional Facts *
Serving Size : 0.9 OZ (About 8 Pcs)
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*Nutritional information values from internet sources for references.
1 kg, 100 g, 250 g, 500 g, 750 g
Asafoetida, Butter, Chana Dal, Curry Leaves, Fried Gram Flour, Red Chilli Powder, Refined Oil, Rice Flour, Salt, Sesame Seeds, Water
7 days from the date of packing (when stored in an airtight container)
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