Monday, August 22, 2011

Thool pakoda

Recipe bookmarked from one of the old cook books.


Ingredients:
Bengal gram flour:  2cups
Rice flour: 1/4 cups
Salt: 1.25 tsp
Ginger minced: 1 tablespoon
Grenn chillies chopped: 2
Cashews: 2 tablespoons
Baking soda: 1/4 tsp
Coriander leaves: a bunch
Curry leaves
Onions: 1 medium
Ghee: 3 tablespoons
Hing
Oil: to fry


Procedure:
Step1:
Mix all the dry ingredients (rice flour, besan, salt, soda,hing)


Step2:
Chop the onions, ginger and cilantro and add it to the flour


Step 3:
Add cashews and ghee and mix well


Step4:
Add water little by little and make a crumbly dough


Step5:
Deep fry in preheated oil until golden brown
Note: Do not make any shapes or hold the dough tight.Just pinch small portions of the dough and drop it in oil



Sending to Krithi and Denny's "Serve it Fried" event

36 comments:

  1. nice n yummy pakoda....looks delicious

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  2. pakoda n all time everyones fav snack. for venings..

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  3. That's one of my favorites...crunchy and crispy...perfect with a cup of hot tea or coffee

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  4. Seriously am drooling over that incredible crispiy pakoda..

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  5. It is raining outside and I am just staring at this yummy snack:) Lovely...
    Reva

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  6. nice blog i love it..as a south indian i really love all ur dishes..be ur follower now

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  7. Wow..what a perfect accompaniment for a cup of tea:-)

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  8. This looks so tempting!!!! A new way of enjoying garma garam pakoras!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  9. wow remains me amma cooking,badly missing...Love ur version,luks so tempting...

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  10. Wow ,crispy and delicious..nice recipe dear

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  11. Looks super good. You could send this to the Serve It - Fried event happening at our space..
    http://krithiskitchen.blogspot.com/

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  12. Looks so crunchy. Perfect for tea-time

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  13. wow, that is interesting and love the cashews in the fritters :)

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  14. hmmmmmmmmmmmmm I am drooling.Can u pass on some to me?
    indu srinivasan
    kattameethatheeka.blogspot.com

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  15. One of my fav pakoda...Thanks for the recipe..

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  16. ரொம்ப நல்லா இருக்கின்றது...பகிர்வுக்கு நன்றி..

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  17. Thool pakoda has come out very well. Looks very crunchy.

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  18. Looks yummy..feel like eating some myself...first time here and will be coming back again to see your recipes.

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  19. Nice pakodas, my husband and son fill finish off a plate full of these in seconds :-)
    I must try it.
    Thanks for dropping by my space!

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  20. This looks sooo crunchy. Would love to have this with sambar rice or rasam sadam.

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  21. Thool pakoda is my favorite. thanks for the recipe love to try .

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  22. these pakodas are new to me, looks crispy and delicious..

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  23. nice tea time snack

    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  24. The title brought me lot of memories...I call my lil brother' thool pakoda, whenever he does something goofy:) Perfect snack for the tea time, I bet.

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  25. yummmy presentation shylaja...
    love ur space..:) happy following u..!
    do stop by mine sometime...
    Tasty Appetite

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  26. irresistibly yummy!!!! Can smell them :)

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  27. Vow so tempting snack, looks crispy and yummy.

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