Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Kadhamba Pakoda/Mixed Veggies Pakoda

Sometimes we feel like having some crispy snacks na..this pakodas is completely a leftover magic yeah!! i have added all the left over veggies which were laying since a quiet long in my fridge and prepared this pakodas..U can add any veggies to make out this pakodas and am damn sure that this pakodas will definitely vanish within few minutes...Eventhough this crispy pakodas are deep fried but the veggies in this pakodas will make out truly delicious this pakodas, one more easy way to eat veggies and quite a best way to eat veggies that too for picky eaters..A prefect, evening snacks to enjoy without any side dish,.


2cups Mixed veggies ( i used carrots,spinach,zucchini,broccoli florets eggplants,potatoes,cabbage,onions,french beans chopped everything as small chunks)
2cups Besan flour
1cup Rice flour
1tsp Baking powder
5nos Curry leaves
Salt
1tsp Fennel seeds (crushed)
Oil

In a large bowl, add all the veggies, besan flour, rice flour,baking powder, curry leaves, crushed fennel seeds and salt..springle some water and turn everything as thick paste..

Heat the oil and fry this mixed veggies pakodas in small batches and drain the excess of oil with a paper towel..Enjoy the pakodas with hot coffee..

40 comments:

  1. Nice way to have vegetables, crispy delicious snack to have anyday with tea...Nice one priya

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  2. Wooow!!!! by reading the name itself droooooling me...pakoda looks yummy n crispy,, adding vegetables sounds great to me,, healthy snack for the perfect raining day,,,thanks for sharing dear,,take care n keep on smiling,,

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  3. perfect n crispy! xllnt presentation 2

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  4. Superb recipe. will surely try it out

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  5. Crispy looking pakoras...Nice click ..
    http://hamareerasoi.blogspot.com/

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  6. Wonderful crispy pakoras...perfect with chai.

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  7. i so try to keep away from fried food - but posts like this make me crumble! love pakodas with almost any kind of veggies!

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  8. Looks divine...feels like grabbing some of the screen!!!!Yummy!!!

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  9. Looks Lovely and crispy Priya! I want to munch on it now. A mixed pakoda is just the thing I want.

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  10. hmm... Crispy healthy pakodas dear:-)

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  11. Nice brown, lovely pakodas with vegetables.

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  12. Tempting pakodas Priya..feel like grabbing right from the pic...

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  13. Never thought of adding mixed veggies in pakodas. Quite innovative.

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  14. Healthy pakodas n like to munch it at any time.They appears so crispy n delicious.

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  15. I love that name pakodas! it makes it sounds like fun to eat veggies! Great idea on ways to use leftover veggies! Thanks Priya!

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  16. Lovely pakoda..nice way to have veggies..

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  17. Pakodas...yes yes yes :D Loved your idea of mixing the veggies..

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  18. Priya,

    Nice pakoda good with tea. I liked the idea of mixing veggies

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  19. Looks so crispy Priya. Perfect snack to have with a cup of tea.

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  20. wonderful crispy pakodas.. looks fantastic..

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  21. Love these. Would be so good with sweet chili sauce...mmmm. Take care. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  22. This is my favorite Priya...I make this very often...your looks super crispy and delicious :)

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  23. I too prepare this kind of pakora but never added eggplant and zuccini...very tasty and crispy snack....

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  24. Pass me a plate of these.Delicious

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  25. perfect evng snack.. mouth watering click!!

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  26. Send me a plate here...Its sooooooooooo tempting!

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  27. lovely pakoda..can finish the plate:)

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  28. Hi Priya,

    thats a lovely click,...and am sure it would have tasted great as well...

    Shobha

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  29. Indeed a nice way to incorporate veggies to your diet! i am sure they tasted delicious!

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  30. Pakoda looks tasty Priya, I love them to have it when it's a rainy day with hot cup of coffee !!

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  31. can you please courier one plate of these to Seattle? seriously, you are killing me with this recipe :)

    - Indhu (www.thayirsaadham.com)

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  32. There cannot be a better way of clearing the left over veggies. Lovely pakodas, never struck me though :):) Tempting clicks too.

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  33. Priya,

    Pakodas, is something I love to eat but I am lazy to make. Deep frying is not something I enjoy, but I would love for someone to send me a parcel of it. Nice!!

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  34. Hi can you tell me if I have to boil/pressure cook the veggies before

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  35. Hi Sharada, just chop them finely and its works out really prefect for making this pakoda, no need of boil them..hope this helps..

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