July 17, 2006

Palak Pakoda (Spinach Fritters)

To go along with my Chinese green tea, I made some green pakodas (with spinach). I used frozen chopped spinach, but fresh spinach will definitely taste better in this dish. Procedure is same as anyother pakoda, just add Palak to the batter, and fry.

Ingredients:
Besan (Chickpea flour) - 1 cup
Spinach - 1/2 cup chopped
Onion - 1/2 cup thinly sliced
Green Chilies - 3-4
Red Chili powder - 1 tsp
Cumin powder - 1/2 tsp
Baking powder - 1/2 tsp
Salt - to taste

Method:
  • If you are using frozen, thaw spinach and squeeze out the water completely. If using fresh, finely chop the spinach.
  • Add all the ingredients to the flour, add water to make a thick batter.
  • Heat oil, about 1" high in a frying pan, add batter with a tablespoon (to make same size fritters) and fry till golden brown on medium heat.
  • Remove with a slotted spoon onto a paper-towel lined plate.
  • Serve hot with tomato ketchup.

4 comments:

  1. Your spinach fritters remind me of fritters which we have in marathi weddings. I have not made any kind of fritters for many days but i will try yours. I have suddenly got a craving for them

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  2. Hi Anupama,
    I remember having spinach fritters with Sindhi Kadi in one of our Marathi friends party.
    Try them and let me know how they turned out.
    Thank you for visiting.
    Pavani

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  3. You cant imagine the amount of frozen spinach puree with cream,I have with me,had planned to make fritters with them ,and what do I see here....Thanks for the recipe Pavani,I have to try them!

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  4. Hi Sumitha,
    Thanks for your comments. Hope you like them.

    Pavani

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