Cauliflower Onion Pakoda



We are entering the last week of blogging Marathon #50 and for this week I chose,pick one category or do 3.For this theme already 3 set of lists such as snack,potato based and fried were given.We need to choose either 3 dishes from the same category or one from each of the list. For day 1 I am sharing  a pakoda with sliced cauliflower and onions,as its listed in the snack category.As we had a snow last week we wanted to have some crunchy snack.So made this pakodas for evening snack along with a cup of tea.
Here I used the homemade made pakoda mix,if you don't have it,go ahead and use the gram flour and rice flour.This version is a slightly crispy and crunchy variety,lets move on to the recipe...........................






                                                                        
                                                                                                    Cauliflower Onion Pakoda


                                                                 

   Basic Information

   Preparation time ~15 minutes
   Cooking time ~ 15-20 minutes
   Serves ~ 3

  Ingredients


IngredientQuantity
Bajji,bonda mix1 cup
Cauliflower(sliced)3/4- 1 cup
Onion(thinly chopped)2(small size)
Green chilly/pachamilagi2-3 (sliced)
Curry leaves/karivepillai2 sprigs(chopped)
Coriander leaves(chopped)1 tbs
Turmeric powder1/4 tsp
Fennel seeds/sombu1 tsp
Garlic/poondu2 fat cloves
Salta pinch
Oilfor deep frying


  Method

  • Pound together the garlic and fennel to a coarse paste,heat the pan with oil in a medium flame.Add a pinch of salt to the sliced onion,crush and mix it well.
  • Take everything in a bowl except oil.Now to this add a tbs of hot oil,mix it well without adding any water.(The moisture in the onion is good enough to make the batter,if needed sprinkle little water).

  • Once the oil becomes hot,take a handful of batter and sprinkle it in the oil.Fry it in a medium flame till it becomes nice and golden.Remove it from the oil and drain it on a paper towel.

  • Serve it warm along with a cup of tea.







  • If you are using gram flour and rice flour,for 1 cup of gram flour use around 2 tbs of rice flour,2 tsp of maida and 1/2 tsp of red chilly powder
  • Since salt is added in bajji,bonda mix,I used a pinch for the onion.
  • Instead of cauliflower,shredded cabbage can also be used.
  • A tsp of ginger&garlic paste can also be added for extra flavor.


Enjoy............................................................






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19 comments:

oh that is so drool worthy!!! perfect with tea for a rainy day!!

Love to have this pakoras any time. They look too yummy.

Beautiful clicks which tempt me to grab the pakoras right in the morning. Tempting to the core:)

perfect snack for a rainy day

Crunchy munchy and super crispy, dangerously addictive pakodas..i can munch anytime without any guilt.

So sinful Nalini..very nicely made!

Nice pictures! They make the pakoras so appetizing.

Your cauliflower pakoda look crispy, crunchy and very very addictive.

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