Saturday, August 13, 2011

Bhindi Pakoras/Vendaikkai Pakodas

If you dont have enough bhindi aka ladies fingers, the famous protein rich veggies for making curries or any sort of gravies with them,dont forget to turn them as these crispy beauties..Whoever says no to bhindis wont stop munching this addicitive crispy pakodas..Its our recent favourite which suits prefectly to enjoy along with a cup of tea or coffee for our snacks or simply as an appetiziers also at the same time as a side dish for any sort of rice dishes..Its a real feast for bhindi lovers like me, am damn sure that if you prepare this pakodas at home you can stop yourself munching them..Yep they are quite addictive and comforting for the sure..


3cups Bhindi/Vendaikkai (chopped)
1no Onion (chopped)
Few curry leaves
1/2cup Rice flour
1/2cup Gramflour
1tsp Chilly powder
1/2tsp Ginger garlic paste
1/2tsp Fennel seed powder
Salt
Oil for deepfrying

Take the chopped bhindis,chopped onions,curry leaves along with rice flour,gram flour,chilly powder, ginger garlic paste,fennel seed powder and salt in a large bowl, sprinkle enough water and mix everything well until the veggies gets well coated with the flour paste, meanwhile heat oil for deep frying..

Drop gently enough flour coated bhindi pieces and fry until they turns golden brown,drain the excess of oil with a paper towel..Enjoy with a cup of tea for snacks or serve as an appetiziers..


37 comments:

  1. Perfect Tea-time snack!!! Or shud i say any-time snack!!! Looks Lovely!!!

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  2. Mom used to make this.. This is been my favorite.. :) U brought make memories.. Pakodas are so tempting..

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  3. It's raining here and these pakoras are tempting me...perfect with a cup of tea in this weather

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  4. Thats new to me, looks amazing tho..never thought of bhindi pakoda..

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  5. Yum, never seen Pakoras with okra :)

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  6. Looks yummy, wish I could try some.

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  7. Never tried fritters with bhindi ,this looks delicious

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  8. Wow so cripsy i shd try these because my hubby hates vendaikkai n i love it so this shd be perfect for both of us..

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  9. Mouthwatering Pakoras Priya. Perfect with a cup of coffee :)

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  10. Wow that looks toooooooooooo tempting.seriously drooling.

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  11. Very tasty and crispy looking pakoras. Great snaps.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  12. Perfect Snack. Good to see you back Priya.Going great Guns after a greatvacation

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  13. Looks so crispy. Perfect for tea-time or as a snack

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  14. It is rainy here and i wish i had some of these fried deliciousness here.

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  15. wow...crispy n perfect pakoras...lovely picture ..

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  16. Bhindi somehow never featured as one of the vegetables to put in a pakora...i love bhindi, i should try making this sometime!!

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  17. These are new to me... perfect crunchy bites!

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  18. Hey Priya, its good to see you back..hope you had a wonderful time there.
    Would love to have these yummy crucyh munchy bhindi pakoras for the event: Monsoon Medley

    Sukanya

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  19. thats so lovely... defenitely going to try this ramadan...

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  20. I think you are right; this looks so good and flavorful that I probably would not be able to stop eating it:)

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  21. Very new and innovative pakoras !! looks so crispy !!

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  22. Never tried Bhindi Fritters. It looks so crisp and delicious.So simple and nice one.

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  23. Aw anytime my fav pakoras...perfect for teatime Priya :)

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  24. You make me feel like making pakora tonight :-)

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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  25. Looks superb those pakodas..would love 2 grab that plate..:)

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  26. This looks so fantabulous. Though this is a snack, I would love to have this with rasam saadam :-)

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  27. Perfect snack recipe.. Looks lovely.. Healthy too..

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  28. Wow wat a tempting click,makes me hungry now...

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  29. wow...totally agree with u, its a real treat for Okra lovers like me:-) Perfect snack:-)

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  30. You are so creative Priya, missed your posts. Bhindi pakoda, never thought of it :)

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  31. I too make this recipe.. yours looks simply perfect and tempting.. lovely shot too :)
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