Sunday, August 31, 2008

KarunaiKizhangu Pakodas

Karunaikizhangu(Yam) a verstaile vegetable, can prepare them any sort of dishes...Yam r highly rich in vitamin c, Vitamin B, potassium..This pakodas goes well as side dish for any choice of rice...they will be spicy, crispy n tasty..Can prepare them easily within few minutes..

1/4kg Karunaikizhangu(yam)
1/4 cup Gram flour
2tbsp Corn flour
1tbsp Rice flour
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
1tsp fennel seeds
5nos garlic pods
1tsp Red chilli powder
Oil for deep frying

Peel the skin n cut the yam into small cubes r any shapes as u desired, can use very well the frozen yam pieces for this recipe too...

Heat enough water in a pan, add the yam cubes n turmeric powder n cook them until the yam pieces gets cooked slightly, if u insert a toothpick, they should insert immediately...drain the water..keep aside the cooked yam pieces..

Grind bit coarsely the fennel seed, garlic pods together...add the grounded paste, red chilli powder, gram flour, corn flour n rice flour with enough water to the yam pieces as well as salt n mix everything with fingers until the yam pieces a fully covered with the flour mixture..shouldnt be watery...

Heat Oil in a pan...once the oil is hot, fry the yam pieces in small batches, drain the excess of oil in a tissue paper n serve hot...


Suja Manoj said... Reply To This Comment

Wow looks yummy pakodas..great tea time snack..I too have some frozen yam. will try this.

have never tried yam pakodas..when you told today about this I had a desire to learn the recipe..Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe dear.

Love2cook Malaysia said... Reply To This Comment

This is new to me ya! Looks so yumm! :D

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cookwithrenu said... Reply To This Comment

Looks yummy and an innovative way of using yam.