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Friday, September 16, 2011

Onion Pakoda a Crispy Indian Recipe

Onion Pakoda a Crispy Indian Recipe

Onion Pakoda is a crispy and spicy appetizer, which is a popular Tea time snack in South India particularly in Tamil Nadu and Andra same like fritters.  Preparation of this recipe is not a tough one; let us see how to prepare Onion Pakoda...

1 1/2 Chickpea flour/Besan/Kadalai mavu
3 tbsp Rice flour
2 Lengthwise sliced Onions
1 tsp Red chilli powder
1 pinch baking soda
1 pinch Asafoetida/Perungayam
1 strand Curry leaves
2 Green Chilli's 
Salt to taste
Oil for deep fry
water if required

Method of Preparation :
Cut the onion into thin length wise pieces. Add salt to it. Keep aside for 10 minutes. Add Besan, Rice flour, Red chilli powder, Baking soda, Salt, scratched green chilly and Asafoetida to the Chopped onion and mix nicely.
Don't add water as the Onion with salt leaves a good amount of water. If necessary just sprinkle a few drops of water and don't make the batter too thin.
Heat oil in a fry pan once heated put the curry leaves and fry for a minute then take fried curry leaves and keep aside. Fry the Onion mixture in oil until the Pakoda become brown in color.
Garnish the Onion Pakoda with fried curry leaves and Serve hot.

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