Spinach Pakora /Spinach Fritters

For the final day of the blogging marathon of 88 series,themed under one vegetable in different way is spinach pakora.

Pakoras are addictive and easy to make to accompany with tea especially in a rainy day.We prefer some snacks along with our evening tea on the weekends.Its been raining since 4 days here and we were craving for some crunchy snack with evening tea.So made pakoras with spinach along with some potato.

I never tried pakora without onions,but this pakoras are extremely delicious and crunchy without onions.Also stayed crispy even after 2 hours,lets move on to the recipe......

                                                                Spinach Pakora/Spianch Fritters

   Basic Information

   Preparation time ~ 10 minutes
   Cooking time ~ 15 minutes
   Serves ~2



Gram flour/besan/kadalamaavu
3/4 cup
Rice flour/arisi maavu
1/4 cup
Spinach(roughly chopped)
1-1.25 cups
Potato(cut into sticks)
1 (small size)
Green chilly/pachamilagai(finely chopped)
Red chilly powder/milagai podi
1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder/manjal podi1/8 tsp
Baking sodaa pinch
Roasted cumin powder1/2 tsp
Saltto taste
Oilfor frying
  • Start by heating the pan with oil  and keep it in a low flame.Take the dry ingredients such as gram flour,rice flour,red chilly powder,turmeric powder,roasted cumin powder,baking soda and salt.To this add a tbs of hot oil and mix it well.Add water and make a thick batter.
  • To this add the chopped spinach,green chilly and potato sticks,mix it well.Take a small pinch of batter and drop it in the hot oil.
  • Fry it in a medium flame until the sizzling sound ceases and turns golden.Remove it from the oil and drain it on a paper towel.
  • Serve it warm with ketchup.




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    Dangerously addictive spinach pakoras, wish i get some rite now to munch though its too late to munch fried beauties. Too tempting.

    Yum yum...crisp and tempting spinach pakoras...perfect with a cup of tea

    Oh those pakodas are surely sinful Nalini, so addictive and delicious. Excellent one to pick!

    It has been raining here and the weather is quite chilly. Looking at these delicious crispy pakoras, I am so tempted to make it.

    Wow, what a tempting snack...so crispy. Just the kind of snack I would to have with some masala tea on a rainy day....and its raining!

    Pakodas and rain always go together. Growing up Mom always made pakodas during the monsoon season. These spinach pakodas look so good!

    The best snack treat to kids and adults alike. :) Pakoras have come out so well Nalini.

    Wow, those pakoda with spinach and potato look so crispy and delicious. Perfect tea time snack. Lovely clicks.

    spinach is one of my fava veggies and would love to dig into this pakora

    Wow! the fitters with pakoda look amazing and are definitely addictive.

    Our family favorite pakoras are spincah pakora, just need some tea to finish them all.

    Wow what a great blog i love it I am also a writer at gulf dissertation So i have to read lots of blogs but I have say that I have never read a blog like this, So I want say please share more blogs with us. You have an amazing skills of writing so continue it.

    That's such an amazing blog, I am saba and I write as well but food blogging is what I always wanted to do but unfortunately never made it to be there as I am very busy with academic writing. I write for thesis writing services but i am sure one day i will write a food blog as well. And yeah gonna try these pakoras today they look way too yummy.

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