Friday, 17 July 2015

Grated Mixed Vegetable Pakoras - #MonsoonMojo

When i picked one bite appetizier for this week's blogging marathon theme, i want to give a try to something simple,quick and definitely an easy pakora with grated mixed vegetables. Actually this pakoras makes an excellent starter for a party menu, but still you can serve these crispy pakodas for your snacks and also as side dish for rice and dal. These pakoras suits absolutely prefect for any occasions, if you dont like chopping the vegetables, just grate them. Very simple pakoras to make, trust me these pakoras is our family favourite. Actually pakoras are usually made with gram flour and rice flour, but i couldnt resist to add wheat flour, corn flour and barley flour just to give a different try than the usual routine flour mix.Actually the addition of all these flours didnt changed anything in this pakoras.Sending to Kalyani's Monsoon Mojo Event..

Grated Mixed Vegetable Pakoras


You can munch them without any hesitation. You can just add any sort of vegetables and make these crispy beauties in less time. Am sure everyone at home will definitely enjoy these munchies and you can see how quick they gets vanished once you starts serving. Even if you have sudden guests at home, give a try to this pakodas to serve along with a cup of coffee or tea. Am running this week's blogging marathon with one bite appetiziers as theme, hence am posting this incredible crispy beauties.

Grated Mixed Vegetable Pakodas

2cups Mixed grated veggies ( i used carrots,zucchini,eggplants,broccoli florets,potatoes, cabbage,onions)
1cup Besan flour
1/2cup Wheat flour
1/4cup Corn flour
1/4cup Barley flour
1/2cup Rice flour
1tsp Baking powder
Few Curry leaves
Salt
1tsp Fennel seeds (crushed)
Oil

In a large bowl, add all the veggies, besan flour, wheat flour, corn flour, barley flour,rice flour,baking powder, curry leaves, crushed fennel seeds and salt.

Springle some water and turn everything as thick paste..

Heat the oil, drop small balls of this paste to the hot oil and fry this grated mixed vegetable pakodas in small batches.

Drain the excess of oil with a paper towel.

Enjoy the pakodas with hot coffee.


Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 53

4 comments:

MASTERCHEFMOM said...

This looks soooo yummy and crunchy!!!

Srivalli said...

Would love to munch on thise priya..very nicely made

Pavani N said...

Love the use of all different flours in these crispy & delicious pakoras. They look great.

Jyoti Karakoti said...

looks so delicious!! Makes its a waderful tea time snack...

Thanx :)