Do you love making fryums and papad at home? Are you a kind of person who love to stock some crackers for good use in Rainy season? Well, then you have landed on to a right page at the right time(Hi summer). And lets together make some fryum which we can relish during cold season. Rava fryums, a fastest possible option to try out your own home made crackers. Because you know me well that I can easily succumb to easiest and fastest recipe on hand. Just like this.
Now, I am obliged to convince you on the fact that the recipe is quite easy. I will start with ingredients. Just dig in your pantry and refrigerator, you probably find each and every thing that goes in to this recipe. Am I right? We’ll proceed to the actual process then. In a nutshell, cooking rava(semolina) in lots of water with few minced spices is all that you have to make in kitchen. So now, what is in front of you is a pan full of rava fryum batter. This batter now has to take little fryum form on a cotton cloth or plastic sheet (whichever you feel convenient). Spooning this batter over the cloth like cute fryums is what I love the most in the entire process. Because I have been doing this step since my childhood.
After spooning the fryum, they are let to dry under SUN for 3 successive days. May be after the first day, you need to peel the fryum off from cloth or plastic sheet. For ease of peeling the fryum from cloth, I sprinkled water generously and let them dry for 2 more days outdoors.
A big jar full of rava fryum stocked in summer come very handy during Cold season. Because it’s the season when your appetite for deep fried goodies goes high. They can even take your simple meal to the next level. It feels like feast to me.