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ONION PAKODA 

14 Jul

Here is a resturant type  ONION PAKODA / PAKORA/FRITTERS recipe for all you dear friends 😍😍😍 …..
From the below recipe you get just perfect restaurant type crispy, delicious non oily onion pakoras…..Just enjoy making this within minutes for evening tea / coffee or club this along with lunch as a sidedish or enjoy it with your guests or friends….

Easy to make  when you like to munch on something when it’s raining or during kitty parties 😊….

#easy #quick #delicious #instant #snack #starter #teatime #pakora #pakoda #onion #crispy #fritters #deepfried #homefood #resturant #cookwithashu 

INGREDIENTS 

• 2 large onions finely sliced  (seperate each layers by squeezing)

•2 finely chopped greenchillies 

•Few chopped curryleaves 

•1/ 2 cup besan / Gramflour

•1/2 cup rice flour 

•Salt to taste 

•1/4 tsp turmeric 

•1 tsp chilly powder 

•a pinch soda (optional ) 

•1/4 tsp ajwain / om seeds 

•1 tsp coriander seeds crushed roughly 

•oil for deep frying 

METHOD 

▪In a wide container add all dry powders and mix well ,now add onions , chillies and curry leaves mix well applying pressure while mixing, this helps onions to release moisture and helps binding all together 

▪If necessary sprinkle water  (but not necessary, but the dough must be tight ,if the mixture contains more moisture then your pakoda will turn soft and soggy )

▪Rest 5 minutes, and again mix applying pressure 

▪Heat oil in a wide kadai to boiling point, then reduce to medium heat and make pakoda by dropping small portion of dough into oil

▪fry all sides till crisp and golden ,remove this to a absorbing paper to remove excess oil…

▪serve hot with mint or coriander Chutney or with ketchup 😊
NOTE 

* Slice onions only at the time of making pakoda, as it leaves it’s own moisture if cut fresh

*if necessary just sprinkle water to bind it ,adding to much water pakodas become soggy 

*see below picture for perfect idea of dough consistency

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One response to “ONION PAKODA 

  1. Megala

    July 16, 2017 at 1:03 pm

    Wonderful tea-time snack!

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