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This is my own invention. :) So I only christened it as 'all flour sarvapindi' as it was made it like sarvapindi only. I used all flours possible in this recipe. If anyone suggest me proper name for it, I am thankful to them.
The difference between sarva pindi and it is, for sarva pindi we spread it in the vessel directly, but for this we spread it on an oil paper and put it on tawa and cook.


For Flour:

Rice - 2 cups
Bengal Gram/Chana Dal - 1/2 cup
Black Gram/Urad Dal - 1/2 cup
Jowar - 1/2 cup
Whole Wheat - 1/4 cup
Black eyed Soya Beans - 1/4 cup

For SarvaPindi:

Onion - 1 Large
Green Chilli - 1
Ginger - 2" inches
Curry Leaves -  5 to 8
Coriander Leaves - 3 or 5
Salt - to taste
Red Chilli Powder - 2 tsp
Green Gram - 1 tbsp(optional)
Red Gram - 1 tbsp (optional)
Bengal Gram - 1 tbsp (optional)


For Flour:

Roast all ingredients under 'For Flour' separately, except black eyed soya beans. Grind all of  them to make soft powder. 
This powder can be stored for months.

For SarvaPindi:

Take some portion of the flour.
Add salt, red chilli powder to it.
Chop onion, green chillies, curry leaves and coriander leaves. Add them to the flour. Add water and make dough of it. Knead lightly. 
If we are using dals, soak them dals for four hours. Add them to the above dough. 
Make equal portions of the dough. Pat and spread it on an oil paper uniformly. Make small holes on it.
Heat tawa, put one teaspoonful of oil and put the prepared sarvapindi on it carefully.Cover and cook in low flame for 3 minutes and turn and again cook for 2 minutes. Cook it till it gets light brown shade. Serve it as evening snack.


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