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1 small piece of ginger
1 green chilli, cut finely
Coriander, to taste
1 onion, cut into small pieces
1 cup rice flour or jowar
Salt, to taste
Oil for frying

• Grind the ginger, chilli and coriander and add the chopped onion. Mix this with the rice flour and salt. Add water and knead until it has the consistency of dough.
• Pour a little oil in a frying pan and pat a small piece of dough until it is flat and thin like a chapatti.
• With your finger, make four holes in the dough and pour some more oil through the holes. Shallow fry only on one side. Serve with pickle or chutney.

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