Maharashtrian Ghavan Recipe - Rice Flour Crepes
Ghavan is a soft rice crepes which is authentic to Maharashtra and can be serve along with chutney for your breakfast.
Ghavan is a traditional breakfast recipe from Konkan region of Maharashtra. Traditionally, these are made out of brown rice flour, a pinch of salt, jeera and water to form this batter and immediately these are cooked out like dosas. But I have made it with regular rice flour as I didn’t find brown rice flour.
Ghavan is similar to neer dosa Recipe from Mangalore the only difference is the variety of rice used. Ghavan is often served during festivals and is filled with coconut and jaggery to make a sweet recipe.
This recipe is good for breakfast and snack and is a quick dish to make.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other similar dosa recipes such as
- 1 cup Rice , soaked for 4 to 5 hours
- Cooking oil , for drizzling, as required
- Salt , to taste
How to make Maharashtrian Ghavan Recipe - Rice Flour Crepes
To begin making the Maharashtrian Ghavan Recipe, soak the rice in water overnight or 5 to 6 hours. Once soaked well. Grind into a smooth thick batter adding little water at a time.
Transfer the ground Ghavan batter into a bowl and add the salt and some more water to adjust the consistency of the Ghavan to ensure it is not very thick nor very thin.
Cover the batter and keep it aside for 10 to 15 minutes.
Heat a non-stick tawa and spread a little oil on it. Stir the batter and pour the batter from the edge of the pan moving towards the center. Spread evenly. Reduce the heat.
Drizzle little oil all around and cook it until light brown. Now flip it and cook it on other side too.
Transfer Ghavan on a serving plate and serve immediately.