Sunday, March 25, 2012

Keerai Pakoda/Green Fritters

                When my mom told about this pakoda's she read in a magazine i wanted to try but was very scared about deep frying as i've mentioned earlier,that i never go near hot oil.But still wanted to give a try.So finally gathered the confidence that nothing will happen to me while deep frying and tried it out.It came very well and was yummy too.So thought of sharing the recipe.









Ingredeints :

Keerai/Amaranth leaves 1 bunch
Onion 1/2 cup finely chopped
Corn flour 1 tbsp
Gram flour 1 cup heaped
Rice flour 1 tbsp
Fennel seeds/sombu 1 tsp
Garlic(optional)8 pods(finely chopped)
Red chillie powder 1 tsp
Green chillies 3 nos
Turmeric powder 1/4 tsp
Salt Req
Cooking soda 2 pinch
Cilantro 2 tbsp chopped
Oil For deep frying


Method :

1.   Chop the leaves and onion finely and take in a wide vessel.







2.   Add all the other ingredients except oil to the leaves and onion.








3.    Mix all the ingredients together by sprinkling few drops of water if required(as onion and leaves tend to leave water) and prepare as a roti batter.








4.    In a heavy bottom kadai pour drop the batter little by little like pakoda's  and deep fry till golden brown.






5.    Now serve hot the pakoda's with tomato sauce.







Notes :

1.   Should be careful while sprinkling water as i've already mentioned that leaves and onion tend to leave water.

2.   We can use spinach leaves or sirukeerai also.I used sirukeerai.

3.   I didn't add garlic as i was not having in the pantry.

4.   Can even prepare as bonda's like dropping as big balls.

5.  While mixing like a batter,it should be tight than roti batter.



Sending this to Radhika's Lets Cook Series-Greens.




Only South Indian Cuisine by Pari




Gimme Green of Rosh



Vegan diet-Only plant based by Srav's






17 comments:

Prathibha said...

very delicious n healthy fritters..they look damn crispy n yumm

Kalpana Sareesh said...

such an yummy paokodas with greens too good

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Looking at the fritters with a wish to have them now, so crispy

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Priti said...

Look at those ...so yum ...I want that

San said...

Absolutely crispy and mouth watering spinach fritters. Apt for this weather.

Rasi said...

they look really crispy & nice.. wish i could have it now//oh between you could send this to Rosh's give me green event too :)

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Priya dharshini said...

yummy pakodas..Luv to have it with tea

Kaveri said...

Crispy and crunchy pakodas. Looks yummy

Rosh said...

Very interesting recipe! Even I am scared of hot oil and usually end up splashing more oil since I normally 'throw' the stuff into the oil lol Thanks a lot for sharing this wonderful recipe on my space :)

P.S. Thanks Rasi :)

Spice up the Curry said...

such a crispy and delicious pakoda

Akila said...

so yummy n tempting... First time here... very nice place...,when you get time do visit my place...

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Regards,
Akila

Asmita said...

Would love to have that with a cup of hot "chai". Looks inviting and absolutely delicious!

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

wow very nice recipe sudha,say thanks to ur mom...very healthy.

Pari said...

Hi! Thanks for linking such yummy fritters to my event. Pls provide a link to the sago-javirasi idli in this post as a repost since that entry is from archives.


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Sravs said...

Nice and crispy snack !! YUM !! Thanks for linking to the event !!

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Sayantani said...

making pakoras with greens is a great idea. these look wonderful.

maha said...

pakoda looks just awesum..n nice cliks.
maha