Kaamchor Ki Rasoi Se…Palak Pakoda!

Ah ha! Pakoda sounds delicious isn’t it? Pakora, is also called pakoda or pakodi, it is a fried and crispy snack typically can be served with mint chutney or coriander chutney or tamarind date chutney. Pakoda in English language is called Fritter. I love Palak Pakoda, it is very easy to prepare and can be served as a starter or a tea time snack. A vegetarian snack that is absolutely a crowd-pleaser. I love the crisp texture and flavours that go into its making. Let’s begin!

15 -20 minutes: Palak Pakoda!

Kaamchor Ki Rasoi Se: Quick, Easy Indian Vegetarian Snack!

 

Ingredients

  • Fresh Spinach leaves:5 – 6
  • Gram flour:3-4 tbsp
  • Salt: To taste
  • Water: 1- 1.5 cups
  • Red chili powder: As needed
  • Chat Masala/Black Salt: To taste
  • Oil: For deep frying

Method:

  1. Heat oil in a pan.
  2. In a bowl add gram flour, salt, red chili powder, water and mix it well to form a thick consistency batter.
  3. Dip the spinach leaf one by one at a time and then put into the hot oil for frying. Fry the coated spinach leaves in hot oil until golden brown.
  4. Remove palak pakodas on a tissue paper to remove the excess oil.
  5. Decorate the spinach pakodas on a plate, sprinkle some chaat masala or black salt and serve immediately.

Tip: To convert these delicious pokadas into palak chaat, arrange the pakoras on a large plate or tray. Top off each spinach pakora with some chopped tomatoes and onions, curd, chaat masala, red chilli powder and sev. Serve immediately.

KKRS_Palak Pakoda

With Kaamchor Tipti Aggarwal

Kaamchor Ki Rasoi Se…It will make you feel so mindless in a tasteful way!

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