Chorafali Recipe | Gujarati Chorafali | Homemade Chorafali Snacks

Chorafali Recipe

Chorafali is a super easy strip-like snack that can be made at home in minutes. The recipe is prepared using chickpea flour and urad dal flour. This Chorafali recipe can be made as ribbon-like strip snacks or as Chorafali khakra.

Snacks are an all-time favorite of my family. I guess it is the same with every family, especially where kids are there. I am quite aware of the unhealthy snacks that are available in the market nowadays. They may taste good but are loaded with calories and cholesterol. Since snacks are something that becomes really difficult to control at tea time, I thought of preparing my won snacks at home.

I love making different types of snacks at home, however, I tried this chorafali recipe when the very little ingredient was available in my kitchen and I was determined to prepare something out of it. Chorafali is a Gujarati vegetarian snack so everyone can enjoy it. This recipe is made with basic ingredients only. They are chickpea flour and urad dal flour. Chickpea flour is available in every kitchen and urad dal can be ground to get the flour of this snack.

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More about Homemade Chorafali Snacks

Chorafali is an all-time snack. You can have it with tea or coffee or simply with chutney. It tastes best with any sweet or tangy chutney. You can also use it to garnish different kinds of Indian chats. The Chorafali recipe that I am sharing today can be prepared as a strip-like snack or as Chorafali khakra, whatever you prefer.

Chorafali is also a great snack to welcome guests. Since the recipe can be prepared easily and quickly, it is a great idea to welcome sudden gusts at home for a tea party. This Gujarati Chorafali recipe requires minimal ingredients and very little effort. It can also be stored in airtight containers for a few days. So without further ado, let’s see how to make Chorafali.

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Step by Step photo guide of how to make Chorafali Recipe

1. In a bowl, take one cup besan and one-fourth cup of urad dal flour

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2. To it, add hot oil, salt, and hot water. Then knead it to make a dough.

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3. After a stick tight dough is made, add baking soda to it and knead again.

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4. Drizzle some oil while kneading to soften the dough. Then divide it into equal portions.

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5. Apply some oil on a surface and place the dough. Now use a rolling pin to flatten the dough to make a thin chapatti.

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6. Don’t forget to flip the chapatti to avoid sticking to the surface as you flatten it.

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7. After a thin chapatti is made, use a knife to cut it into ribbon like strips. Preferably 2 to 3 inches long strips.

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8. Now heat oil in a pan and deep fry the strips in medium flame.

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9. When the strips swell and become crisp, strain them out in a paper towel.

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10. To season the chorafali, prepare the masala by mixing red chilli powder, black salt and amchur powder together.

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11. Mix the masala evenly with the fried chorafali and enjoy.

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Chorafali Recipe | Gujarati Chorafali | Homemade Chorafali Snacks

AvatarAmruta Vaibhav Mayee
Chorafali is a super easy strip-like snack that can be made at home in minutes. The recipe is prepared using chickpea flour and urad dal flour. This Chorafali recipe can be made as ribbon-like strip snacks or as Chorafali khakra.
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Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 25 mins
Course Breakfast
Cuisine Indian
Servings 50 Chorafali

Equipment

  • One big mixing bowl
  • One small mixing bowl
  • Frying pan
  • Ladle
  • Plate
  • Rolling Pin

Ingredients
  

  • 1 cup Chickpea flour
  • 1/4 cup Urid flour
  • 1 tbs Oil
  • Oil for frying
  • 1/8 tsp Baking soda
  • 1 tsp Chilli powder
  • 1/2 tsp Black salt
  • 1 tsp Amchur powder
  • 1/4 cup water
  • Salt as per taste

Instructions
 

  • In a bowl, take one cup besan and one-fourth cup of urad dal flour
  • To it, add hot oil, salt, and hot water. Then knead it to make a dough.
  • After a stick tight dough is made, add baking soda to it and knead again.
  • Drizzle some oil while kneading to soften the dough. Then divide it into equal portions.
  • Apply some oil on a surface and place the dough. Now use a rolling pin to flatten the dough to make a thin chapatti.
  • Don’t forget to flip the chapatti to avoid sticking to the surface as you flatten it.
  • After a thin chapatti is made, use a knife to cut it into ribbon-like strips. Preferably 2 to 3 inches long strips.
  • Now heat oil in a pan and deep fry the strips in medium flame.
  • When the strips swell and become crisp, strain them out in a paper towel.
  • To season the chorafali, prepare the masala by mixing red chili powder, black salt, and amchur powder together.
  • Mix the masala evenly with the fried chorafali and enjoy it.

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