Ingredients (Translation)

3 cups Raw rice
1 cup Greengram dhal
½ cup Bengalgram dhal
Salt to taste
½ tsp Til seeds
4 tsp Ghee
Oil to fry

Slightly roast the two dhals on a pan without oil. Let it cool. Now grind it along with the raw rice to get dry and fine flour. Add salt, til seeds and ghee to the flour and use water to make a dough. The dough should neither be too soft nor too hard.

Heat oil in the frying pan. Using the required plate in the pressing machine, add the dough to the press and directly press it out in the hot oil. After allowing it to cook well on both sides, remove to a paper napkin to absorb the excess oil.

Manankombu is ready. Store it in an air-tight container once it cools down.
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