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Wednesday, December 14, 2022

Singhara Flour Waffles


This month we have word "S" for the Challenge of A to Z. Many ingredients starts from "S" like Shakarkandi, Sabudana,  Sarson, Sem, Sahajan etc, I choose Singhada which is my favourite fruit and we can get it only in winters but singhara flour is available throughout the year.

Singhara is also known as water chestnut in English and sometimes people call it by the name of Panifal also.

Singhara flour is used to make Rotis, Poori & Burfi during fasting days. 

It has antioxidants properties, it is an excellent source of good carbs and energy boosting nutrients like iron, zinc and phosphorus. 

Here I have prepared singhara flour savory waffles and served with some sauted peas & carrots along with green chutney. 


  1. Singhara flour 2 cup
  2. Salt as per your taste 
  3. Araroot 1tbsp
  4. Ginger paste 1tsp
  5. Green chilli paste 1/2 tsp
  6. Boiled potatoes 2 number 
  7. Black pepper powder 1tsp
  8. Coriander leaves 1tbsp 
  9. Ghee 1tbsp

For serving:- 

  1. Diced potatoes 2number 
  2. Green peas 1 cup
  3.  Diced Carrots 1 number 
  4. Chopped green chili 1 tsp
  5. Cumin seeds 1tsp
  6. Salt to taste ghee 1tsp
  7. Coriander leaves 
  8. Green chutney 

Recipe procedure:-

  1. In a pan add cumin seeds let them crackle, add green chili stir and add the vegetables and salt, now mix it well cook it for 5 minutes. 
  2. Switch off the gas and keep it aside.
  3. Peel the potatoes, grate it and mix all the ingredients to make a thick batter. 
  4. Heat waffle maker and grease it with ghee/butter. Once heated ,pour a ladle of mixture in the waffle maker.
  5. Cover and cook it until done. 
  6. Repeat the process and make all the waffles with the remaining batter.
  7. Serve hot with vegetables and chutney. 


  1. You can add chopped onion too in case it is not being prepared for fasting purpose.
  2. Araroot is used for binding purpose, cornflour can also be used in place of araroot as per choice.