Palak Pakoras. These palak pakoras like any other fritters are best served immediately and hot. If they are too thick pakoras won't turn crispy. You will have soft onions in your palak pakora.
I had some leftover Palak, and I thought why not make Pakoras with them. Crispy from outside and soft from inside, Palak Pakoda is one spinach loaded snack that will surely win everyone's heart! We have combined the right amounts of besan and rice flour to give the Palak Pakora an awesome crunch. palak pakora or spinach fritters is the first fritters recipe i learnt from my mom out of all indian deep fried recipes. i have improvised this recipe by adding chaat masala to the fritters batter.
Hello everybody, it’s Drew, welcome to my recipe site. Today, we’re going to prepare a special dish, palak pakoras. One of my favorites food recipes. For mine, I’m gonna make it a little bit unique. This will be really delicious.
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These palak pakoras like any other fritters are best served immediately and hot. If they are too thick pakoras won't turn crispy. You will have soft onions in your palak pakora.
To get started with this particular recipe, we have to first prepare a few ingredients. You can have palak pakoras using 13 ingredients and 13 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.
The ingredients needed to make Palak Pakoras:
- Make ready 2 Cups of besan gram flour /.
- Get 2 of green chilli.
- Make ready 4 cloves of garlic.
- Make ready 1/2 inch of ginger piece 1.
- Prepare 1/2 Teaspoon of red chilli powder.
- Make ready 1/4 Teaspoon of turmeric.
- Take 1 Tablespoon of chaat masala.
- Prepare 1 small bunch of coriander leaves green.
- Get 1 Teaspoon of coriander seeds whole.
- Make ready 1 Bunch of spinach.
- Get as required of water ,.
- Take to taste of salt ,.
- Make ready of oil , for frying.
These crispy Aloo Palak Pakoras are effortless besan/chickpea/gram flour battered, deep fried seasoned Indian Fritters which are superfluous for the rainy and cold weather. Palak pakora is a very famous dish of North India. I always thought it was weird that it had no name in English, but if you look at an Indian diet list, it is among thethings that you should have. Put fried pakoras on tissue paper to absorb excess oil.
Instructions to make Palak Pakoras:
- Wash and clean the palak leaves well, lay them out to dry..
- Grind together the green chilli, garlic, ginger and coriander leaves with a little water to form a runny paste..
- In a large bowl, place the besan, red chilli powder, turmeric, chaat masala, salt and whole coriander seeds..
- And the prepared paste and mix well (preferably use your hands for this). it will be lumpy..
- Add enough water to form a thick but pourable batter, with a consistency similar to dosa or pancake batter. set aside..
- Heat oil in a deep kadhai..
- As the oil is heating, chop the palak into strips..
- Test if the oil is hot enough by putting a few drops of the batter into it. if they puff up and rise to the surface immediately, the oil is just right..
- At this point, mix the palak into the batter. (note, as the palak comes into contact with the salt in the batter it will release some of its water, so this will make the batter runnier. thats why we have added the palak at this stage, just before frying).
- Take out small handfuls of the palak-besan mixture and drop into the hot oil (you could use a teaspoon for this, but its best to use your hands).
- Fry till the besan turns golden brown, and the pakoras rise to the top. turn them over a couple of times, to ensure that they are cooked evenly on both sides..
- Remove from the oil with a slotted spoon, and drain on kitchen paper..
- Serve hot with dhania chutney or ketchup, accompanied by a cup of tea. bliss!!.
Serve crispy palak pakora hot with tomato sauce or green chutney. Palak pakoras can also be enjoyed with fresh, soft bread slices. Palak pakora or spinach pakora is spinach based fritters. Palak pakora has very crispy and crunchy texture, they are also know as crunchy palak or kurkuri palak. Fry it till the pakoras become crisp and golden brown.
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