Friday, 19 June 2015

Kyethun Kyaw - Burmese Onion Fritters

They do exists varieties of fritters made simply with onions, one of my recent try is from Burmese cuisine. If you have noticed i have been posting fritters for this week's blogging marathon, after two delicious different fritters, today am sharing this incredible onion fritters aka Kyethun Kyaw which is quite essential to garnish Burmese traditional dish of Mohinga. These onion fritters are very easy to dish out and the flour mixture goes for this fritters is very interesting and easy as well. Actually four flours are used in making this fritter's batter. Rice flour, glutinous rice flour, self raising flour and chickpeas flour makes this dangerously addictive fritters. These fritters when served along with a chili dip makes an excellent evening snacks.



This onion fritters are popular street food and are seen available all over Myanmar. The Onion Fritter have a stronger flavor from the sweet onions,and the thinly coated batter gives a light crispy note. These fritters are very simple to make and everything gets ready in less time when compared to other fritters.If you want to try a new fritter with onions, dont forget to give a try to this Burmese version of onion pakoras.

Kyethun Kyaw - Burmese Onion Fritters

1/4cup Rice flour
1tbsp Glutinous rice flour
4tbsp Self raising flour
2tbsp Chickpeas flour
Salt
2 large Onions (sliced lengthwise thinly)
Oil for deepfrying
Water

Take the rice flour, glutinous flour, self raising flour, chickpeas flour in a bowl, add the salt, water and mix everything as a smooth but thick batter.

Let the batter sit in fridge for half an hour.

Heat oil for deep frying, remove the batter from the fridge, dip a handful of onions to the batter,let the batter coat them well and spoon them into the hot oil.

Deep fry the fritters until golden brown.

Drain the excess of oil with a paper towel.

Serve hot with a spicy dip

Kyethun Kyaw - Burmese Onion Fritters


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18 comments:

Srivalli said...

I must say that the onion fritters do look way too addictive and inviting..enjoyed your international fritter display a lot Priya..

Usha Rao said...

Fritters looks addictive and tempting. These fritters looks just like onion pakoda

Padmajha PJ said...

Reminds me onion bajjis! Must have been so good with a dip / a cup of coffee.Enjoyed your fritters in this series Priya...

Sona S said...

Onion fritters looks really tempting and yummy..

sushma said...

yummy looks tempting

veena krishnakumar said...

Looks very addictive Priya!

Archana Potdar said...

Wow these look yum.

praba bubesh said...

yummy onion fritters..looks soo crunchy and yum,..

Varadas Kitchen said...

So similar to onion bhaji. So many similarities in different cuisines.

Pavani N said...

Those Burmese onion fritters look sooo tempting and delicious Priya.

Harini-Jaya R said...

Whether Burmese of Indian, these onion fritters are addictive.

vaishali sabnani said...

perfect season For munching these fritters. Lovely !

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

How similar to our pakoras. I have never seen glutinous rice flour...need to research on where to find it.

Kalyani said...

Never heard of glutinous rice flour.. These fritters look great

Sowmya :) said...

These look delicious....and I boight glutinous rice flour by mistake and was wondering what to do with it. These fritters are a great way to start off!

Chef Mireille said...

delciious crispy crunchy snack for sure

Priya Srinivasan said...

Fritters n chili dip sounds delicious priya!! With some hot coffee ohh besh Besh romba nanna irukum!

Sapana Behl said...

Star of the theme recipe.Nicely made.