Thursday, October 20, 2011

Rice & Mixed Veggies Pakoda

If you bored of reheating leftover rice and eating, do give a trial to this super crispy pakodas,its tooks seriously very less time to get ready and get vanished very much quickly and easily..An interesting pakoda to finish out leftover rice, i have added few veggies and cooked chickpeas in this pakoda to feed easily my teddies, you can very well skip it and make out this pakodas simply with smashed cooked rice...Anyhow i love to add veggies in pakodas, these pakodas are quite addictive and my teddies couldnt stop enjoying these crispies with ketchup..You can also prepare these pakodas even in a paniyaram pan with less oil...Today is our 5th day of blogging marathon,do check out my other blogger buddies running this 9th edition here..


1/2cup Cooked rice (mashed)
1/2cup Mixed Veggies
1/4cup Cooked chickpeas(mashed)
2tbsp Gram flour
1tsp Ginger garlic paste
2tbsp Cornflour
1tsp Red chilly powder
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
Chopped coriander leaves
Salt
Oil for deep frying

Take the cooked rice, mixed veggies,chickpeas, gram flour, corn flour, ginger garlic paste, red chilly powder, garam masala powder and chopped coriander leaves with enough salt..Springle some water and turn everything as a thick batter..Heat oil for deep frying, make small balls from the batter and drop gently to the hot oil, fry until they turns crispy and golden brown..

Enjoy hot with a cup of coffee..

51 comments:

  1. superb sharing for pakoda recipes. that's good look and yummy. its my favorite recipes. awesome sharing
    B&B Brugge

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  2. Yummy pakoras...look very tempting

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  3. My MIL makes this often , she adds chickpea flour to it, I loved ur idea of adding veggies to make this super healthy combo

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  4. Wow,Superb Veg-Rice Pakoda Dear.Needless to tell impressive recipe again.Luv it.Thanks for sharing.

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  5. even though i do not know what exactly are these lakodas, they sound delicious to me!

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  6. Amazing vegetable rice pakodas looks yummy and delicious!

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  7. As we are using cooked rice, will it drink much oil Priya ??

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  8. Wow!!! nice way of eating left over rice. Nice idea.

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  9. Lovely presentation Priya would have loved to pick and eat them:)

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  10. your post is def giving me the much needed push to try priya..tq..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  11. Gr8 idea...Pakoda looks interesting.

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  12. Very innovative idea, it looks so good.

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  13. that is an interesting variation to pakoras - yummy yummy!

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  14. Tempting pakoras..looks yum!!

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  15. Innovative idea to use the left over rice.Pakoda looks yummy.

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  16. nice and innovative idea of making this pakodas with rice.when we were kids my mom always makes yummy curd rice with the left over curd rice

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  17. I haven't tried these before...they looks so yummy yum yum:)

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  18. very interesting idea !! looks so crispy !!

    Ongoing Event - Festive Food

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  19. Wow great idea.....perfect for kids

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  20. Akka, yenna ithu ore fried snacks items aa irruku...i am not complaining, bring on all the bondas,bajjis, pakodas..love the idea!

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  21. yummy and crispy pakora..right for the season

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  22. Had made rice pakoras before.. Your idea of adding mixed vegetables makes it healthier!!!

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  23. mouthwatering n crsipy pakodas..

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  24. These really sound delicious. You continue to out-do yourself. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  25. Crispy pakodas with a nice variation of cooked rice

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  26. veggie rice pakodas looks so yummy...nice idea and great snack for kids !!

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  27. Looks delicious and it sure is healthy! Love your innovative dishes!

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  28. What a great idea on how to use leftover recipe! Look so crispy and yummy!

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  29. A nice way to use left over vegetables..I make a similar one too sometimes..Adding a variety of mixed veg is a fantastic idea Priya...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  30. Rice pakodas looks delicious Priya.

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  31. Looks perfect for the weather here today.

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  32. Complete food in pakoras.I loved the way you presented it Priya..fabulous !

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  33. Lovely idea...pakoras look delicious..

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  34. crisp & yummy delicious pakodas.....i want some...:P:P:P

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  35. Pakoras look to be awesome. Excellent preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  36. This is a wonderful leftovers recipe...who can resist that!

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  37. Other than lemon rice and tamarind rice, snack is an excellent idea!

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  38. yumm and delish....i want some now!

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  39. Whoa! What presentation....!! B-E-A-utiful! My mouth is already watering.....a must try this weekend!

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  40. Prya-I don't know how you do all these amazing recipes...keep popping them out, one after another!
    I'm already starving here, just staring, and drooling over these amazing dishes, and desserts!
    It's lunchtime here, and I haven't even had breakfast yet.
    Thanks for sharing all your beautiful and delightfully delicious dishes, and dessert:DDD
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  41. Lovely idea Priya, you surely are rocking with all those innovative ideas for left over food. Keep going Girl.

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  42. wow, that is so innovative, love this use of leftover rice.

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  43. looks so yum n makes me hungry...love it !!!

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  44. Rice in a Pakoda is new and innovative!

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