Nippattu recipe explained with step by step pictures. This is crispy Karnataka style nippattu or rice crackers recipe. Nippattu is prepared using rice flour, fried gram, chiroti rava (or maida) and coconut. Nippattu is a very popular deep fried snacks in Bangalore - Mysore region of Karnataka. Nippattu ia a tasty tea time snacks and is familiar by name thattai and chekkulu.
Nippattu recipe was a long pending post for me. I wanted to post or I should have posted this much earlier. As this is one of the most loved and very popular tea time snacks in Karnataka. You can find one more hesarubele nippattu on this website. This nippattu ingredients are similar to Bangalore-Mysore style kodubale recipe. But recipe is slightly different. Both nippattu and kodubale are hot favorite in my house.
I learnt this recipe from my close friend Sushma's Mother, who lives in Mysore. She has shared many Hassan and Mysore style recipes with me. This recipe gives you crispy and tasty nippattu. I have used dessicated coconut in this recipe, which you can replace it with dry coconut but dry grind it before adding. Preparing stiff dough and deep frying until all bubbles are stopped is very important to prepare crispy nippattus. The colour might vary depending on the amount of red chili powder used and the flame level.
If you are looking for more Karnataka style snacks recipes then do check our snacks section. Or if you are looking for more deep fried snacks recipes then do check our maddur vade, kara kaddi, mangalore bajji, kayi vade, crispy chili bajji, stuffed mirchi bajji, shankar poli and onion pakoda recipes.
Preparation time: 15 min
Cooking time: 30 min
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