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Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Khatta Palak Pakoda/Sorrel Spinach/Chukka Kura Pakoda

Tuesday, 16 August 2011
Pakodas are best teatime snacks ever, no snacks can beat the place of pakodas, khatta palak pakodas are my all time favorite, tastes heavenly with its sour taste, Now a days I am preparing so many new recipes but don't have time for clicks as I am quite busy with my Vrath's in sravanmas. this is going to end next week. Today I luckily got time for clicks , so I used this. Wish I could become regular like how, I used to post till last month.





Ingredients:
Chukka Kura/Khatta Palak - 2 cups(finely chopped)
Besan - 1 cup(decrease or increase according to binding)
Rice Flour - 2 tablespoons
Salt - According to taste
Red Chilli Powder - According to taste
Oil - for deep fry

Method:
  • Take a wide opened bowl, add khatta palak leaves, besan, rice flour, salt, red chilli powder and mix well to get hard texture like pakora(no need to add water as leaves release water when it mixes with salt, if required add only teaspoon of water).
  • Heat oil in a kadai, it should be piping hot, reduce the falme to medium and use your fingers to drop in the oil so as to form small fritters, use laddle to turn the fritters so that it fries evenly all sides. Deep fry till they turn golden brown.
  • Remove them after they turns golden brown into a tissue paper, to absorb excess oil.
  • Serve as a snack with masala chai.
I am sending this recipe to "Serve It Fried Event" by Krithi’s Kitchen,


And event Appitizers organised by Sravani@sravsculinaryconcepts

24 comments:

Hari Chandana said...

Woww.. tangy and delicious pakodas.. I too make this recipe.. yours looks absolutely perfect and inviting.. thanks for sharing dear :)
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CinnamonNChillies said...

Yumm...very interesting!!!

Chitra said...

looks so crispy...love to have with a cup of tea

Vimitha Anand said...

Looks so crunchy and crispy... Nice one

Sensible Vegetarian said...

Crispy and crunch one, love it with a cup of hot tea.

SouthIndianHome said...

Looks delicious.Wonderful tea time snack
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divya said...

Healthy and tasty snack..looks appetizing.

SravsCulinaryConcepts said...

Nice and crunchy pakodas !!

U can send this recipe to my ongoing event

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khushi said...

nice crispy pakoda
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Shireen Sequeira said...

Yummy pakodas for monsoons! Have never tried Khatta palak before, you have such an exotic collection of veggies Prathima, glad to follow you!

Rinku Naveen said...

Delicious and crunchy pakodas.

Rinku
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Priti said...

Yum ...wonderful combo and that platter looks delicious

Prathima Shivraj said...

Thank yoy all for such a nice comments.

Prathima Shivraj said...

Thank you@Shirren, it's my pleassure. definitely you will enjoy pakodays, just try once.

Now Serving said...

I agree with you that nothing beats pakodas and chai for a mid- afternoon snack!!! Yummy post!

Santosh Bangar said...

perfect nack for this season inviting uper!!!!!!!!

aipi said...

This looks fantastic ~ I would love to have some with a hot cup of coffee :D
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Gopika Ram said...

perfect tea time snacks :D Looks yumm

Sobha Shyam said...

wonderful snack, cripsy and yummy pakodas..

Uma said...

Delicious pakodas. Love them.

Happy to meet you thru blogger world. You have a nice space.

Cheers,
Uma
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Vatsala. said...

yummy pakodas.
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Torviewtoronto said...

delicious looking pakoda this looks wonderful

SouthIndianHome said...

Delicious and tempting pakodas
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Chandrani Banerjee said...

Palak pakora looks crispy and perfect iwth tea time snacks..

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