Neyypathiri is a popular snack of northern Kerala known as Malabar. It is usually made in Muslim households. It is a very nutritious kind of bread popular among all even though it is usually made by Muslims. Of course, there is no divisions when it comes to popular food. Isn’t it? So, we have decided that it is time to introduce this unique snack to our audience. Take care of the recipe to make it just as it is made by them.
Neyypathiri is the favourite of all no matter what age or gender they are. So, as we proceed, we will show you how to make this one-of-a-kind snack that can be a very filling evening snack for your kids as they return from their school. So now you know how to make this tasty snack and you can add some variations to improvise it to showcase your skills and to add some variety to the normal snack.
Ingredients for making this snack
Brown rice – ½ kg
Fennel – 1 tbsp
Coconut – 1
Red onion – 1 sliced
Oil, salt – as per your taste
Next let us take a look at the process to make neyypathiri.
• Take the rice in a vessel and soak it in warm water for 3-5 hrs.
• Grind this rice with all other ingredients into a coarse paste. Make sure it is not too smooth.
• Spread some oil on a few pieces of banana leaves and take the above dough spreading it into the size of pooris.
• Take these pooris and deep fry it in the oil.
• It should puff up just like the usual pooris do.
• Serve it hot or cool it before your tea in the evening.
Here are the delicious neypathiris that are easy to make and delicious to eat. You can make it for festive occasions or at home whenever you feel like to have something nutritious as well as tasty. Enjoy it !!!
Last Updated on August 19, 2021