Friday, February 11, 2011

Onion Pakodas -- Day 3

Texas is again experiencing freezing weather.Today we had 2 inches of snow.For u ,this is very small.but for me it is too good.I will always enjoy this weather.My friend sho will always complain abt the weather  :( Wanted to have some thing crispy.Had onions,so onion pakoda came into my mind.Its a easy snack, which can be prepared and stored.Since adding rice flour ,makes the pakodas crispy even for 3 to 4 days.....Try this recipe ,u will get a restaurant style pakodas.....
                            
Today is day  3 of  Blogging marathon for next seven days. Today I am going to blog in the category "Appetizer".What will u feel like,having hot pakodas,a cup of coffee and its snowing outside.....Splendid isnt it?

Come and join with me to have some hot pakodas and a cup of coffee      :)




Ingredients:
1.Besan Flour                -                1 cup
2.Rice Flour                  -                 1/2 cup
3.Onion                          -                 1
4.Green chillies              -                 3
5.Ginger                         -                  1/2 inch
6.Cashews                      -                 1 tbsp
7.Curry leaves                -                  few

Method:
* Julienne onion,green chillies and ginger.
* Make sure everything is thinly sliced,add little salt and keep it aside.
* Soak cashews in water for 5 to 10 minutes.
* Take a bowl,add besan flour and rice flour.Mix  it with little salt and add it to the chopped onion,ginger and chillies.
* Slowly scald the mixture and add little oil.
* Now add the soaked cashews and chopped curry leaves.
* At last ,sprinkle little salt and keep it ready.
* Slowly deep fry the pakodas,by dropping in little chunks.

Enjoy with a hot coffee.......

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33 comments:

veena krishnakumar said...

yumm... mouthwatering:-)

Shanavi said...

Machi Super de..Defintely a wow factor..

Harini said...

Now you are teasing here..awesome pictures!!

Smitha said...

what else can yummy than onion pakoras only a cold or rainy day!...
Smitha

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious and wonderful to snack

Reva said...

aaaaahhhhh....!!!!! supero super.....
Reva

Gayathri Kumar said...

Crispy and yumm..

Saras said...

Savitha, pakodas looks so crispy & resembles our back home pokodas.. prefect for tea time snack..

Indian Cuisine Blogroll said...

Onion pakodas are my favorite..that looks crispy n yummy...

Rachu said...

SO tempting.. apt for this winter


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Minu said...

Crispy pakodas with tea. Hmm...

SheenaBabu said...

Enjoy..both weather and your pakoda

Usha said...

I can finish the platter all by myself, anytime of the day!

BangaloreBaker said...

Looks wonderful. I loved the coffee next to it.

Swathi said...

Onion pakodas looks delicious , i love this crispy snack.

G.Pavani said...

crispy n yummy pakodas,

azeeskitchen said...

looks so crunchy n tasty!!

Priya said...

Crispy pakodas tempts me a lot, feel like finishing the whole plate..

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

mouth watering dear, loving your blog marathon, getting to see so many wonderful recipes.

rekhas kitchen said...

Ohh perfect tea time snack looks crisp mouh watering.

Cooks said...

Addition of cashews definitely takes these pakodas to the next level. Lovely pics.

aipi said...

yummy pakodas..crunchy munchy they look, save some for me pleaseeee:))

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Suma said...

OMG you are tempting me. That platter is truly inviting.
It is snowing outside here. We were like at -7 F yesterday and today in 20s. If only some one would have passed me those pakodis :(

Gayathri Anand said...

so yummy and crunchy ...would love to have with a cup of Tea..

Santosh Bangar said...

crispy and spicy kids like them very much

Mina Joshi said...

Could eat these anytime.

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Wow... all time fav with a cuppa chai... for a cold winter evening..

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Srivalli said...

Nothing can beat an onion padokas..looks so great..

Treat and Trick said...

Tempting and yummy! Your photo makes me drooling...

Prathima Rao said...

These crispy onion pakoras look mouth watering savitha!! I loved ur version with the addition of ginger & curry leaves..
Prathima Rao
Prats Corner

PJ said...

What a lovely combo!Crispy pakoras and a piping hot cup of coffee in the cold weather in a match made in heaven.

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Roy George said...

I feel like going and making it now, when i retrieve the taste of having it in chennai during my school days.

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