Thursday, February 18, 2010

Potato Fritters or Aloo Pakoda

Tried and tasted by Nivedita
Hi All, 
(Don't you feel it looks like crane st anding on a stone and  waiting to catch a fish!!)




                                         










        
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Last week, I posted Can any one guess what is it? when I caught this photo. When I read Nithu's post (Potato Bajji), I remembered that I also promised that I will post the recipe for it in this week. Even she got different recipe.
So here is my recipe!
Potato - 3 big
Keep potatoes in water for 10 to 15 minutes. Remove clean and cut into round thick slices. If you feel potatoes are not clean, peel the skin and cut in to thick round slices.

  
Oil to fry pakodas

For batter :
Gram flour -  1/2 cup
Salt to taste
Hot oil - 1 tbsp
Eating soda ( soda-bi carb) -  a pinch
Turmeric Powder - 1/2 tsp
Red chilly powder - 1 tbsp
Sugar - 1 tsp
Mix all in a bowl with little water to make the thick batter. Keep it aside for 5 minutes.
Heat oil in a thick kadai. Dip the potato slices slowly seeing that the slice is covered with full batter and slide them in to oil. Fry till golden color, in batches slowly on medium flame. 

Potato Pakodas are ready to eat with tea or kurmura(churmuri).

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Keep Smiling,

12 comments:

Deepa G Joshi said...

this is the most loved tea time snack, or rather any time of the day.. love the hot pakodas with cutting chai..

Nithu Bala said...

Hey, your comparison for crane and bajji is so perfect:-) thanks for the another version of the bajji recipe..yummy & crispy..

nivedita said...

Cutting Chai :-) :-)
I miss that cutting chai!!! (I used to share the cutting chai with my colleagues when I was working here in India, 12 years back!!!

nivedita said...

Hi Nithu
Thanks!
Yes, we both have totally different methods.I will try your method also.

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Hi

Love the look of it similar to a crane. As it is not so difficult to prepare , would definitely try it.

Deepa

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Perfect snacks to munch during evenings!!! Love the colors and ofcourse the first one looks like a bird with a beak!!!

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Jagruti said...

Love the pakoda any time!!!looks tempting and yummy..:-))

Priya said...

Send me some, feel like having rite now..

shanthi said...

A perfect snack. Would like to have it right now.

ARUNA said...

Never tried it but i guess it will go perfect with a hot cup of coffee or tea!

kitchen queen said...

lovely tempting pakodas to have with tea.You can drop my blog and give ur valuable comments.

Roopa said...

Oh yeah it sure looks like a crane ! how did u manage to get that shape?? :D ....love ur blog :)...iam gonna be ur blog follower :)

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