Savory Multigrain Cups

Hello everyone

Gearing up for the month long June holidays??? Yes exams are over here and we are waiting for the results now. Both Parents and kiddos relaxing after a hectic month.

As we were relaxing , I came up with the idea of Baking Multigrain Savory cups.The cups just melt in your mouth.

These multigrain cups have multipurpose use. You can serve various types of salads, ice creams, Kulfi ,Chaats ,fresh fruits or even Patties. The choice is yours.

I served Raw banana and potato patties with hot and spicy chilli sauce and it was devoured in no time. It was lipsmacking. This is something  healthy , filling  and easy to make . I tried a small batch first. So now this will be a regular affair at my place.

Recipe for Savory Multigrain Cups:


125 gms Corn Flour

25 gms Gram Flour/Besan

2 Tsp Roasted Green gram powder(Slightly Coarse like rava)

2 Tsp Roasted Bajra powder

2 Tsp Roasted Flax seed Powder(Slightly Coarse like rava)

2 Tsp Roasted Chia Seeds Powder(Slightly Coarse like rava)

1Tsp Channa dal roasted and powdered

1Tsp Urad dal roasted and powdered

2Tsp Peanuts roasted and powdered

¼ Tsp Amchur/Dry Mango powder

1 Tsp Red chilli powder

40 Gms Cold butter

Salt to taste

Water to Knead the dough

Some oil for greasing

Mix all the ingredients except water and oil till the butter melts and blends well with the flour mix. Do not add all the water at once. Add water in small quantity and mix to form a dough.

Pre heat the oven at 190C for 10 minutes. Grease the Muffin tray.Take a small ball of the dough and pat it in the shape of the muffin mould. Ensure the dough is spread uniformly. Place the muffin tray in the preheated oven and bake for 30 to 35 mins.

Multigrain cups are ready.

A great snack for kids and adults.IMG-20150519-WA0020IMG-20150519-WA0021 IMG-20150519-WA0015

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