Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Khanda bajji or Pakora or Pakodi (Crispy onion pakodi)

The video of Khanda bajji or Gatti Pakodi

Ingredients:
Onions 2 big
Besan 2 cups
Green Chilli 3 or
 Red chilli powder 1 teaspoon
Curry leaves 1 string 
Ginger ½ inch piece
Oil for frying
Salt as needed

Preparation:
1. Take besan in a bowl. Make a paste of curry leaves, green chillies and ginger. 
2. Cut onions into long pieces. Mix them well. Add little water spoon by spoon if required the cut onions will release water. Add salt and mix well. The batter should be thick. If  it is thin add besan to it.
3. Heat a pan after oil and after oil is heated add little batter to the oil and fry them.
4. After they are uniformly fried and turn to golden color.  Put them on a tissue paper, the extra oil will be absorbed by tissue paper.  Serve with chutney or ketchup.



20 comments:

Rasi said...

Hi Shriya.. thanks for dropping by & leaving ur comments.. I see you are also new to blogging like me! HAve fun..happy cooking & blogging.. My fav pagodas..:)

Achu's Amma's Kitchen said...

Tasty looking and crispy pakodas..

Vimitha Anand said...

Crunchy tea time snack
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Nithya said...

Should be fantastic for a rainy day :) yummy

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Amy said...

looks delicious!!

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Aruna Manikandan said...

first time here...
pakoda's look perfect and crispy
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Anu said...

Nice crispy poakoras. First time here. Happy to follow you

S.Menaga said...

Hi Sriya,thxs for dropping by n ur lovely comments....pakoda looks very crispy n yumm...

SerenaB said...

Hi Sriya~ thanks for stopping by so I could find your blog! This looks delicious! I can't wait to peek around at your older post and see what you have made! Have a wonderful week!

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Zoe said...

Hi Sriya,

These crispy poakoras looks very delicious. You are very good in your cooking and would love to visit your blog more in the future :D

Zoe

Hema said...

Nice crispy pakodis, first time here and glad to follow U..

Turmeric n Spice said...

thxs for visiting !! nice place u have here :) love the pakora , i add some shredded cabbage to mine:)

Amina Khaleel said...

pakodas look fabulous... thanks for visiting my blog... glad to follow you...

Rosh said...

Hmm...I love pakoras! I can almost smell the caramalised onions :D Its the oil that steers me away from these things though...but definitely good to enjoy once in a while!

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Charu Srivastava said...

yummy crispy pakodas...following u now :)

Princy Vinoth said...

wow lovely pakodas!first time here!