Sunday, March 15, 2009

Cabbage pakoda


Cabbage pakoda is a very good appetizer/snack.I had already written this recipe but i haven't included the pic yet.Now i am updating with pic and posting it again friends!!

Ingredients:

chopped cabbage 3 cups

Besan powder 1 cup
rice flour 1/4 cup

chopped onions sleekely and long length 2 cups

chopped green chilles 10

chopped coriander and curry leaves(optional)

water necessary

salt to taste
oil

Preparation:

1. First take a large bowl and mix all the above ingredients except water and oil .

2.Be careful while adding water,add very less amt of water( Add required water )inorder to make the batter tight but not loose ..

3.Take a pan and put on medium heat and once the moisture is gone in the pan add oil for frying till 1/2 to 3/4 th of the pan.

4.once the oil gets heated ..take a spoon and drop the batter in the form of a small dough (size of tea spoon) into the oil till the pan is filled with pakodas.

5.once bubbling around the pakoda is stopped turn the pakoda onto other side and do the same and make sure that every pakoda is fried.

6.Remove fried pakodas from the pan and place it on a paper towel.

7.Serve hot cabbage pakodas to your guests/loved ones.

Note:If the batter is tight , pakoda takes less oil for frying and it will be crispy too!!

18 comments:

  1. woo this looks summer snack along with a cup of tea...kool

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  2. Can you pass me that plate of yummy pakodas? Looks mouth-watering Lavanya!

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  3. We do cabbage vadas...Pakodi is new to me..nice dish lavanya..

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  4. Wow,thats a spledid treat lavanaya..need some..hungry..at aleast a cup of tea..ha ha

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  5. wow ! ..This is one of my favs .nice dish Lavanya :) and pic looks awsome and tempting .

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  6. hi lavanya,first time here,u have a very nice blog,cabbage pakodas looks yuummmm,never tasted this.feel like tasting it now:)do visit my blog at ur free time:)

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  7. Pakoda looks yummy and crispy. Good idea for a weekend tea time:)

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  8. What an interesting preparation of cabbage - it looks great!

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  9. yummoo..its so healthy too..good one dear..:)

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  10. Yummmy...Pakoda looks crispy and perfect...never had with cabbage...good one...got to try this.

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  11. yummy yummy pakodas... great for this cold weather. my mom makes this instead of adding onions.

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  12. hallo Lavanya, a blog about spices is hard to come by, and would love to learn some more about classic Indian spices in cooking.
    For example, "Lesser Galanga", is it same as "Sand Ginger" and what about "Zedoary" ? I have been looking for it in Indian stores here in Germany, but just found "Greater Galanga", could I use it instead "Sand Ginger" in a recipe?

    Thank you!

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  13. hey it looks delicious n perfect!
    has come out so good!

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  14. Thank you all for the valuable comments!!

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  15. Will be great for a cold evening.

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