Veri Masala/ Kashmiri Spicy Cake (Video)
Veri Masala/ Kashmiri Spicy Cake
by ChandraMukhi Ganju
|Veri Masala/ Kashmiri Spicy Cake
Veri is a special blend of spicy cake and used to enhance the flavor and aroma of Kashmiri dishes like haakh , monji and fish. It is made by mixing freshly ground spices with oil and then dried under sun. It can then be stored in an airtight container and used in small quantities throughout the year.
7-8 veri pieces
4 tbsp. methe/ dry fenugreek powder
4 crushed roung/ loung/ cloves
2 tbsp. daniwal/ daniya/ dry coriander powder
4 tbsp. mertschwangan/ red chili powder
1 tsp. shonth/ dry ginger powder
1 tsp.badiyan/ dry fennel powder
8 tbsp. or ½ cup of vegetable cooking oil
4 tsp. yeng/heeng/ asafetida powder dissolved in 3 tbsp. or more of water
(some families add maha/ urad flour also)
Add heeng dissolved in water.
Kneed well like dough.
Cover and allow the mixture to rise and fluff for an hour.
Take small portions of dough about 45 grams and make a round tikki/patty like alloo tikki with a hole in center. *
Make rest of the tikki/ patties same way.
Place these patties on plate or tray, preferably wooden tray.
Allow tikki/ patty to dry under sun for about 2 or 3 days.
Store in freezer after drying to retain freshness.
*Alternative to Tikki:
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