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Onion Pakoda

Onion Pakoda
Onion Pakoda is usually eaten in rainy season. Pakora is a deep fried snack(fritters). It is made of besan (gram flour) and rice flour along with green chilies, curry leaves and spices.all time favorite for children and who need a light evening snack with tea/coffee. All time favorite for children and who need a light evening snack just after school.

Serving Size:4

3 arge red onions , finely chopped
1 cup chickpea flour
1 cup rice flour (can substitute with chick-pea flour)\
pinch baking soda
4 green chilies , chopped
handful of curry leaves
chopped coriander leaves
1 teaspoon red chili powder
salt , to taste
vegetable oil , for deep fryiy

Preparation Methods:
Sift the flours together.Rub a little salt into the chopped onions.the onions, add the two flours, chili powder, grated ginger, green chillies, baking soda, curry leaves, coriander leaves and salt. Heat the oil and couple of spoons to the mixture and mix well.Add spoonful the mixture to the oil and fry til golden brown. Drain and serve.


faseela said…
best evening time snack....
Sushma Mallya said…
its so yummy,one of my fav snack...
Reshmi Mahesh said…
crispy and delicious pakodas
VM said…
One of my fav tea time snack..yumm
Sobha Shyam said…
a great snack...looks delicious..
Priya said…
Super crispy pakodas,my fav anytime..
Rachana said…
Yumm!!! I would love to have these crispy and delicious pakodas with my evening tea.
Sumi said…
Nothing can beat this crispy snack..I too make it the same way.
Amina Khaleel said…
delicious snack... looks yummy..
Torviewtoronto said…
onion pakoda looks delicious for snack time
Urmi said…
I love onion pakora and often prepare for snacks. Looks crispy, crunchy and yummy.
Kalpana Sareesh said…
always my fav pakodas..too good..
Priti said…
Looks yum this always
Aarthi said…
This looks awesome have made it perfectly..

Sarah Naveen said…
love this any time..looks so yumm!

Merry Christmas Dear !
yummmyy..And it is very spicy..Nice taste...Loved it..
Christy Gerald said…
Fabulous n cool recipe. Yummy!
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