Namkeen Sev with Spinach and Mint

Everyone gets bored while eating the same kind of snacks every day.  So to bring a new and spicy taste to this namkeen, today we are going to make spinach and mint sev.  The method of making it is very easy.  Make it a little at a time, then keep it for 1-2 months and eat it comfortably.  The ingredients to make it are also present in your kitchen.  So you too make Spinach Mint Sev with this easy method and enjoy its spicy taste.


Ingredients for Pudina Palak Sev


Chickpea flour - 1 cup (120 grams)

Oil - 2 tbsp

Mint leaves - 1 cup

Spinach leaves - 10-12

Green Chilli - 2

Salt - ½ tsp

Oil for frying


Process of making dough


Put 1 cup of mint leaves, 10-12 spinach leaves, 2 green chilies and 1 tbsp of water in a mixer jar and grind them.  After grinding, sieve it in a bowl by pressing it with a sieve.  Remove all the juice and remove the remaining fiber.


Now put 1 cup (200 grams) of gram flour, 2 tbsp of oil, ½ tsp of salt or according to taste and juice in a bowl and knead it soft with the help of a spoon. Mix with a spoon, knead it very softly, if needed, you can add 1-2 tsp of water.  Beat it well for 3-4 minutes and keep it covered for 10 minutes.


Process of making Sev


Heat oil in the pan, remember the oil should be medium-high and the flame should also be medium-high.  Now take a sev making machine and put a small mesh in it and fill the dough with light oil in hand.  Then close the machine.


Put the dough in the hot oil with the help of a machine, so much that it can come in one turn.  Now let it fry till the foam disappears, then turn it over and fry it from the other side as well.  When the foam stops coming completely, take them out and make the rest in the same way.  In this way the sev will be ready, you can eat it like this or you can eat it by adding some chaat masala to it.




When it cools down, keep it in a container and eat it for 1-2 months.

Namkeen Sev with Spinach and Mint



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