Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Bread & Sesame Seeds Pakodas

Give a second life to stale breads, just soak them in water and makes wonderful pakodas with it.For the last day of this week's blogging marathon, i prepared this crispy,addictive pakodas with bread slices, sesame seeds. Have you ever tried adding sesame seeds in bread pakodas, do make some and you will know the difference. Sesame seeds gives a wonderful nuttiness to this easy breezy pakodas, apart from it  this pakoda is definitely a fabulous finger foods, a big hit among kids.

Obviously you can serve this cute crispy balls as starter for a kid's party with some ketchup and watch out how quickly these pakodas will gets vanish.This pakodas will take hardly less than 15minutes to get ready,with simple ingredients this pakodas makes an interesting fritters.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing this 29th edition.Sending to Kid's Delight - Finger Foods for Kid's Party hosted by Kalyani,event by Srivalli..


4nos Stale bread slices(soaked in water & squeezed well)
2tbsp Rice flour
2tbsp Gram flour
1tsp Corn flour
3tbsp Sesame seeds
2nos Onions( chopped)
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
1/2tsp Ginger (crushed)
Few curry leaves
1tsp Fennel seed powder
Chopped coriander leaves
Salt
Oil for frying

Take the sesame seeds,soaked bread slices, gram flour,rice flour,crushed ginger,chopped onions,chopped green chillies,curry leaves,fennel seed powder,chopped coriander leaves in a bowl.

Turn them as thick batter, sprinkle water if needed.

Heat enough oil for deep frying, make small balls from the mixture.

Drop gently to the hot oil, fry until they turns golden brown..

Enjoy hot as snacks or as a starter with ketchup.

55 comments:

  1. What a great idea aks...I always end up with stale bread and this is the kind of recipe which will save my breads...superb.

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  2. Tes pakodas doivent être délicieux.
    Toutes ces farines doivent donner beaucoup de goût.
    A bientôt

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  3. Wow very innovative and thanks Priya Akka, they look very very crispy and tempting...

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  4. These looks good! A great way of using up stale bread! Wonderful!

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  5. Do you ever throw away anything Priya ?? :P I bet you would make anything finger licking out of peels or leftovers..

    What are you doing in France !? You should be here, with us :(

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  6. That's a very wonderful idea to make use of stale bread.. And who will say no to fritters.. Tasty looking pakodas :)

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  7. Love the way you used the bread Priya.looks crispy and yummy. wanna eat the whole platter:)

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  8. what an innovative recipe? lovely tea time snack aks :-)

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  9. What a wonderful snack Akka.. Ennakku ippovae saapidanum pola irukku.. ;)

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  10. Priya,such a beautiful click and what a great idea to use up stale bread.

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  11. My stale bread usually ends up in the trash can. This is a nice way to put it to use. Pakodas looks crispy and delicious !

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  12. What a creative way to finish off leftover breads.....saved it to my recipe folder...

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  13. They look yumm .. and very new! Nice idea!

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  14. wow!!great snack for anytime...looks delicious

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  15. I have these leftovers and thinking what to do with , now I know...looks fabulous

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  16. Looks yummy and super-tempting Priya.. Perfect snack for monsoons :-)

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  17. I always have some 2 -3 stale bread off a loaf. this is an excellent recipe. those sesame seeds make the pakodas look very pretty !

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  18. i've everything in my kitchen... geesh, i hope i get a chance to make this today evening once i am home... yummm....

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  19. Brilliant idea!never thought of this.

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  20. Sesame seeds - i love the nuttiness in them and i add it to just about anything. Crispy crunchy pakodas are something that i want right away with the rain and all

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  21. love pakoras..and sesame will surely give that crunch.

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  22. Perfect snacks with leftovers...Super crispy snacks sis...

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  23. wonderful idea,perfect evening snack.lovely click.

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  24. These pakodas are truly inviting! feel tempted to make them, though I regret I did not take rice flour with me... I guess skipping it would not be a big deal.

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  25. akka why are u tempting us like this :)

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  26. Nice idea of using left over bread,crisp pakodas looks delicious.

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  27. thats a nice idea.. they look crispy.. :)

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  28. Very innovative recipe akka.. Will give it a try.. Thanks for sharing..

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  29. That's surely very interesting one Priya...

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  30. Love the flavor of sesame seeds. All I need now is a cup of tea and that bowl of bread pagodas

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  31. Super easy but so tempting bread pakodas akka. Simply superb!

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  32. wow...bread pakodas looks super yummy n tempting..nice idea to make some quick n instant snacks na..tooo good!!

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  33. Very unique pakoda with bread.. They look so crispy and addictive.

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  34. Delicious, now I have to keep some bread slices aside until they become stale :), nice idea.

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  35. Love those Crisp pakodas

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  36. Very innovative Pakoda Recipe Priya. There are too many leftover breads in the fridge. Good way to make use of them. Looks super crispy bread & sesame Pakodas. Wonderful Recipe!

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  37. Love the sesame seeds in pakoda. I will be making this today. It is drizzling and we would surely love this as an evening snack :)

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  38. Looks delicious and crispy. Sesame seeds must have given nice crunchiness to the pakodas.

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  39. They looks so crisp very tempting.

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  40. Such a flavor full pakora, healthy too.

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  41. crispy pakoras on a rainy day - bliss :)

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  42. My recipe showed a few ingred with nos behind the number, hate to feel this stupid, but I guess I am thanks for the recipe!!

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  43. Wow, that was soooo yummy-looking! I'd love to grab a bite and go ahead and consume it all up! Am i being greedy here? LOL.

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