Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Seyal Maani - सेयल मनी (Indian Flat Bread Cooked in Spices)

Hello Friends,


I have had this bookmarked for a while now and I got to make it last week and post it today. Seyal Maani - सेयल मानी (Indian Flat Bread Cooked in Spices). I have to use the description that Vaishali used as that is the best you can describe it. Maani is chapatti or fulka. Seyal Maani is chapattis mixed with herbs and tomatoes,made a little mushy and served for breakfast in Sindhi homes.


As she has mentioned in her post, this is usually made for breakfast, but I made it for dinner and it was a hit. I served it with little bit of plain dahi as it already has enough spices, so we need something to cool it down. My hubby, who is usually a critique of most of the dishes, really liked it and appreciated it without being asked to ... lol




The herb mix was so aromatic, spicy and a refreshing taste in mouth. Take a look at this tempting pic and run over heels to Vaishali's post and re-create this deliciousness. Thansk Vaishali, this is going to be a frequent in my house with leftover rotis (Indian Flat Bread cooked without oil).


This goes to Bookmarked Recipes - Every Tuesday (Volume 69) event hosted by Aipi and I

That's all for now. Take care till next post.

14 comments:

Aarthi said...

awesome one dear..I will surely make it..

Krithika said...

looking good....should book mark this!! nice way to use up the leftover rotis from a party...

San said...

Flavorful and mouth watering alternative to the usual dinner with rotis.

divya said...

Slurp,salivating here, irresistible curry.

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) said...

as a kid we use to love this...my mom grandmom use to add little leftover plain dal along with chapatis,herbs,spices n tomatoes.and @ the end she used to give a bhaghar/tadka og ghee n jeera with curry leaves..n we use to simply love it and ask her to make even with fresh phulkas....
urs looks truly inviting n mouthwatering priya...
had this dish many times this time when we were on vacation to india..even little H liked it..still in the mood of holidays...wil b back to blogging very very soon n wil b catching up with ur old posts...take care
hugs
sanyukta
http://creativesanyukta.blogspot.com/

Priya (elaichii) said...

looks spicy and yummy!

Prathibha said...

nice n different dish....sounds yumm

Prathima Rao said...

This looks damn yummy!!!!
Prathima Rao
Prats Corner

Chandrani said...

Seyal Mani looks awesome..

Anukampa said...

wow this looks like some sort of pasta dish. Looks quite interesting.

Priya said...

Yum yum,inviting seyal maani..

Anjali Shukla said...

This reminds me of what we call 'Namkeen Kawe', frequently made by my mom and also by me these days, just that instead of tomatoes we add onion, potatoes and spices only.
This looks so inviting, so tempting.... :)

Rajee Mani said...

Nice recipe. Almost like the South Indian kothu parota but spices are very different.

binod said...

Rajasthanis the post popular city in India.

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