Besan Sev, A Hot and Crispy Gram Flour Vermicelli Snack
Besan Sev is one of those snacks that you can find all over India, even in little tea shops in villages. Every housewife in North India used to make them at home until recently. Now of course they are available ready-made in packets. They are quite simple to make, you only need a ‘sev maker’, a gadget similar to vermicelli maker. Mine is a 40 years old, brass, with a selection of plates that make different shapes of sev. It looks like an old fashioned coffee grinder. Makes approximately 500 gm.
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