Thick Jhunaka | Gram Flour Vegetable

Thick Jhunaka Gram Flour Vegetable
Category: Indian Vegetarian Recipes: Jain Food Recipes: Deccan Jain Recipes: Gram Flour Recipes

Thick Jhunaka is a special item of Deccan Jain community. It is very tasty and eaten with Jowar Bhaakari or Chapaati and also with rice. Thick Jhunaka gives more taste with Curd.

Gram Flour 100 grams
Filtered Water 200 ML.
Ground Nut Oil 2 Table Spoons
(You can use other edible oils also)
Garlic Cloves 3-4
Red Chilli Powder 1 Tablespoon
Turmeric Powder Quarter a Tablespoon
Cumin Seeds Half a Table Spoon
Mustard Half a Table Spoon
Asafoetida for taste
Salt for taste

Put a deep frying pan on fire
Pour edible oil in the frying pan
After the oil becomes hot, put garlic cloves, mustard, cumin seeds and asafetida in it.
After the items get cracked, put red chilli powder and turmeric powder in it
Pour water into the pot
Put salt for taste in it
After the water starts to boil, put gram flour into it little by little, and stir it continuously. Remember that the gram flour should not create pellets and the flour should be well mixed in the boiling water.
After the mixture becomes thick, cover the frying pan with a plate
After few minutes, shut the fire

Now the thick jhunaka is ready to serve.

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