How to Make Sarva Pindi/SARVA PINDI RECIPE

How to make Sarva Pindi/Sarva Pindi Recipe

Before we get started with How to make Sarva Pindi/Sarva Pindi recipe lets get to know what is Sarva Pindi.

What is Sarva Pindi?

  • Sarva Pindi is Traditional and Specialty Snack and Breakfast Of Telangana.
  • Basically, A savoury Flat Indian Bread traditionally made from rice flour. Its vega and gluten-free Snack or breakfast in Telangana.
  • Making Sarva Pindi Is very simple, tasty too. By adding Few Fresh vegetables & Leafy Greens makes Sarva Pindi healthy.
  • It’s a healthy snack for kids who don’t like to eat veggies or leafy greens.
  • In Warangal, few Shops Sell Sarva Pindi I tried so many times it’s very tasty.
  • It’s a Traditional Snack we often make Sarva Pindi in our homes at least twice a month & whenever we make, me and my sis fight for it.

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How to make Sarva Pindi/Sarva Pindi Recipe step by step:

Basic Sarva Pindi Recipe:

  • First, start with slicing the onions and ground the green chillies.
  • Now take a bowl, add rice flour, sliced onions, grounded green chilli paste, cumin seeds, ginger-garlic paste, sesame seeds, red chilli powder, curry leaves, fresh coriander, oil, salt and water as necessary as required.
Dough Mixing
  • Mix all the ingredients without adding water.
Mixed Without water.
  • Mix all the ingredients with water and make it a nice and soft dough.
Mixed dough
Mixed Dough
  • Take a hollow shape vessel or Kadai and add some oil and spread the oil in the vessel.
  • Now make small and a handful portion of mixed dough.
Small Portion Size
Portion Size
  • Press the dough in the vessel and spread the dough evenly and make 4 to 5 small holes with your finger to fry the Sarva Pindi evenly.
Spreaded Dough
  • Fry it on a medium flame for 15 to 20 mins.
  • Fry until it turns a slight golden colour.
How to make Sarva Pindi/Sarva Pindi Recipe
Sarva Pindi
  • Serve it hot with yoghurt or freshly churned butter.
  • Even sweet mango juice goes very well with Sarva Pindi which gives a spicy and sweet unique taste.

Variations of Sarva Pindi:

  • Traditional Sarva Pindi recipe calls for rice flour, chana dal, and spices.
  • You can also add Sorakaya, its Sarva Pindi with sorakaya.
  • Apart from sorakaya, you can also add radish, ridge gourd, carrot, beetroot etc.
  • You can add vegetables according to your taste.
  • Not only vegetables you can also customize the flour instead of rice flour you can use ragi Pindi (finger millet flour), or jonna Pindi (Sorghum flour), kuttu atta (buckwheat flour).
  • There is a similar dish in Karnataka known as Akki roti.
  • In traditional Sarva Pindi, more of oil is used to cook, oils have to float to cook Sarva Pindi properly and crunchy.

Sarva Pindi Ingredients:

  • Rice flour 2 cups
  • onions sliced 2 nos
  • Grounded green chillies 4 to 5 nos
  • cumin seeds – 1 teaspoon
  • ginger garlic paste – 2 tablespoons
  • red chilli powder as necessary
  • salt as necessary
  • finely chopped fresh coriander – 1 bunch
  • oil – 1 tablespoon
  • sesame seeds – 2 teaspoons
  • curry leaves – 2 to 3 sprigs
  • water as necessary


  • Take a bowl and add all the ingredients and mix everything without adding water to it.
  • Now add water and mix the dough.
  • Do not add to much water as the vegetables will release a little amount of water.
  • Now take a small handful portion of dough and pate it to the vessel of Kadai.
  • After pating make 4 to 5 small holes using your finger.
  • Add a few spoons of oil on the sides and in the holes to cook the Sarva Pindi cook evenly.
  • Cover it with a lid and cook it for 15 to 20 mins on a medium flame.
  • Remove the Sarva Pindi once it turns golden and crunchy.

Tips How to Make Sarva Pindi/Sarva Pindi Recipe:

  • Oil should be little more while making Sarva Pindi If u like it Crunchy.
  • To Make Correct shape and crunchiness to the Sarva Pindi The dough mixture should be a little hard.
  • Make sure not to add all the water at once, add little by little water and mix as the fresh vegetables release water, so mix it accordingly.

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