Onion Pakoda

What do you prefer to eat when it rains? One would definitely prefer something hot. How about having...

What do you prefer to eat when it rains? One would definitely prefer something hot. How about having hot pakodas with tea? Do you think anything can beat this combination? Atleast I don't think so. It is raining cats and dogs at my place from the last few days and I found a reason to try out the pakodas. Do try this next time it rains at your place as it makes a perfect snack when its cold and showering!


Ingredients:
  • Chickpea flour / Besan flour - 2 cups
  • Rice flour - One-fourth cup
  • Onions - 2(finely chopped)
  • Green chillies - 3(finely chopped)
  • Salt - As per taste
  • Red Chilli powder - 1 tablespoon
  • Cooking soda - 1 pinch
  • Coriander leaves - Half bunch(finely chopped)
  • Curry leaves - 3(finely chopped)
  • Water - Required to make the batter
  • Oil - To fry

Preparation:

Take a bowl and add chickpea flour, rice flour, onions, green chillies, salt, red chilli powder, cooking soda, coriander leaves and curry leaves.


Add water and mix it well to get a batter as shown in the below picture.


Take a pan to heat and add oil to it. Once the oil heats, drop the spoonful of pakoda batter and fry till it turns light brown in color.


Remove the pakodas from heat and drain excess oil by using napkins. The delicious onion pakodas are now ready to be served.


Serving Options:

Serve the hot pakodas as a snack with tomato sauce and tea.

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  1. wooow....drooling here..Looks awesome n so tempting!!!

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  2. Yum and crispy , opt for this cliate.

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  3. Perfect for the rains with a cup of chaai

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    1. A pinch of cooking soda makes it crispy!

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  5. this fritters takes me to my memory lane... tempting to have it...

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    1. You can still have a virtual bite :)

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  6. Mmmmm a perfect snack for a cold evening

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  7. ek garam chai ki pyali ho aur uske saath kandha bhajiya ho.. lavs u made it perfectly. shud show this pic to my next door bhajiya wala haha


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    1. LOL!! Who is better meena? Bhajiya wala or me? :D

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  8. I just love this one..in bengali we call it Peyaji :) Goest best with masala muri (puffed rice)

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    1. Peyaji...this word is new to me :)

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  9. Love this crispy pakoras Lavs..I even have it as sides for rice ;) Perfectly made!!
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    1. That is definitely a nice combo divs :)

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  10. My favourite. Thanks for the recipe.

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  11. Such a prefect evening snacks.

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  12. Your recipe is looks awsme, you give the easiest way to prepare this recipe, from your recipe tips many people gets

    advantage. Regards,
    Onion Pakoda

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