Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Soyachunks & Barley Pinched Fritters

There were some leftover cooked soyachunks after preparing these low fat soya aloo kofta,i simply went making this pinched fritters aka killu pakodas with homemade barley flour with usual spices along with those leftover soyachunks.For making barley flour yourself at home,just simply dry roaste pearl barley and grind as fine powder, finally sieve it to get the barley rava and barley flour.I'll be posting soon a upma with barley rava and an another interesting savoury snack with barley flour as am gonna make as diwali special.

Coming to this pinched fritters, i mixed gram flour,rice flour and barley flour together for making these crispy beauties. Grounded soyachunks with onions turned this fritters simply awesome,addictive and flavourful. If you make these fritters at home,am damn sure you will keep on munching them, yep its quite hard to stop munching this delicious pakodas.Sending this fritters to my own event CWS-Barley guest hosted by wonderful Roshni.


1cup Soyachunks (cooked & grounded as coarse paste)
1no Onion (big & chopped finely)
1/4cup Barley flour
1/4cup Gram flour
1tsp Ginger(grated)
1/2cup Rice flour
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
1/2tsp Fennel seeds
Chopped coriander leaves
Curry leaves
Salt
Oil for deep frying

Take the coarsely grounded soyachunks,chopped onions, barley flour, gram flour, rice flour,grated ginger, chopped green chillies, fennel seeds,curry leaves and chopped coriander leaves with enough salt.

Mix everything well,springle some water and turn everything as a thick dough.

Heat oil for deep frying.

Take a golf balled size batter and pinch gently a small quantity of this dough and drop gently to the hot oil, fry until they turns crispy and golden brown..

Enjoy hot with a cup of coffee..

33 comments:

  1. How come you end with such amazing combinations, Priya?? Lovely snack..

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  2. You are a great chef Priya! I need a person like you to satisy my food craving. love you!

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  3. perfect fries with evening coffee. looks awesome.

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  4. Healthy fritters..too tempting!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  5. so crispy and tempting!! well done Priya!
    Sowmya

    Ongoing Event - CWF - Whole Wheat Flour

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  6. Sounds so good and crispy will give a try dear :)
    Beef Pepper Fry

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  7. Love your idea you creative girl- You rock !!! Good one again :)

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  8. Awesome combination... very tempting and lovely pictures!

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  9. Delicious!! You always come up with such interesting combinations Priya:)

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  10. Yummy looking fritters.. Very healthy ingredients too.

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  11. Awesome Priya...Love the way u cook...so different and the recipes look so yummy...

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  12. Very innovative recipe!!! Perfect healthy snack too :)

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  13. hmmm..tempting snacks for a perfect evening

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  14. Great healthy combo,crispy and delicious.

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  15. Fantastic and healthy idea.....good job dear

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  16. Love the idea of making fritters with soya. Should try it sometime.

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  17. Perfect for a rainy day evening... Inviting clcik...

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  18. Perfect tea time snacker... Ur clicks itself making me to die for ur recipes... :)

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  19. Nice crispy ones with whole lot of innovation Priya.

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  20. Amazing recipe Priya..just what I need for the cold weather..you come up with such tempting recipes.

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  21. Looks crispy...very delicious and tempting too.

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  22. lOVE THE PERFECT COMBINATION. Keep rocking Priya..

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  23. This beautiful dish of yumminess would definitely get me back on track…

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  24. Crispy and healthy fritters!! You are a rocker:))

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  25. Healthy snacks for a cold weather...
    You are a creator :)

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  26. interesting combination, i have only head of soya vadas and these look better than the vadas :)

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