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Dahi Balls

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Occasion: Mehndi   Total servings: 6-10
Cuisine: Pakistani   Calories:
Effort: Easy   Pre-Prep time:
Best for: All   Preperation time: 30 min
How to serve: Cold    

Dahi Balls recipe by Maryum at PakiRecipes.com.
Gram flour balls soaked in yogurt mixture. This goes very well with a spicy cury dish. Enjoy!!!!


Ingredients
3 4cups Gram Flour (chickpea flour)
Oil (for shallow frying)
Water
Yogurt
2 green chilies (hara mirchi)
2 tsp red chili (mirchi)
1 tsp of saltClick to find more about salt
2 tbsp of sugar
fresh mintClick to find more about mint
Mustard seeds (RaiClick to find more about Rai)
Chaat masala
ImliClick to find more about Imli Chutney (recipe provided)

ImliClick to find more about Imli Chutney:
TamarindClick to find more about Tamarind extract
10 sultanas(per 4 people)
1 tbsp of lemon juice Per 4 people) or more as desired.
1tsp of red chili powder per
1 garlicClick to find more about garlic cloveClick to find more about clove
1 tbsp brown sugarClick to find more about brown sugar
Hara dhaniaClick to find more about Hara dhania (fresh coriander)
some fresh mintClick to find more about mint


Preparation
Take 3 cups of Gram flour and mix with water to form a nice thick consistancy. (like for really thick pakoras) Heat your frying pan with about 12 inches of vegetable oil or gheeClick to find more about ghee.
Take a large spoon and when frying pan is hot carefully scoop Gram flour mix and make small to medium size balls in the frying pan. You can do this by letting the batter slide from the spoon and then going around the already dropped in batter in a circle.
Creating a large fried dumpling. Be careful the oil is not too hot or you'll burn it. You want the balls nice and golden brown.

Take the balls out and soak in hot water for 30 minutes to 1 hour. Carefully squeeze the excess water from the balls without breaking them.

Put them in serving Bowl.
In a seperate bowl whip the Yogurt with green chili(hara mirchi)finely chopped, red chili (mirchi), ground gingerClick to find more about ginger and garlicClick to find more about garlic (adrakClick to find more about adrak lassan), saltClick to find more about salt, sugar and lots of finely chopped fresh mintClick to find more about mint.
Garnish with fried RaiClick to find more about Rai (mustard seeds), sprigs of mintClick to find more about mint, and chaat masala.

For IMLIClick to find more about IMLI CHUTNEY
grind the tamarindClick to find more about tamarind extract in a food processor or blender, add the lemon juice, sultanas, brown sugarClick to find more about brown sugar, red mirchi (chili powder), and a few sprigs of mintClick to find more about mint. use less sugar if you don't like it too sweet and more lemon for a tarty taste.
Then blend.. and serve with dahiClick to find more about dahi balls.



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