Tuesday, 25 December 2018

Cauliflower Whole Wheat Fritters/Gobi Atta Pakora

Winter evenings are so chilled here, obviously after a long day work, everyone at home love to have some crispy fritters. Fritters makes everyone happy, and needless to say kids love to munching hot pakoras for their snacks. Hence i prepared this cauliflower pakodas aka bajjis with a combination of wheat flour and gram flour. Adding wheat flour may sounds completely different from the usual way of dishing out these fritters. But trust me wheat flour works awesome for making puffy and dangerously delicious fritters as well.

Cauliflower Bajji, Wheat Flour Cauliflower Fritters


My kids just love cauliflower in anything. When i decided to go with bajjis for our evening snacks few days back,i couldnt think more than dishing out pakoras with cauliflower. My freezer will always have some frozen vegetables which is completely handy whenever we ran out of vegetables. I do prepare many curries or pulaos with frozen vegetables. Make your own bag of frozen vegetables, i do prepare mine quite often. Frozen vegetables are just prefect to make any sort of dishes. Am running this week's blogging marathon with Kid's Delight - Winter warmers as theme. Winter snacks are incomplete without deep fried fritters, hence am posting this pakoras for the theme.
Sending this to Srivalli's Kid's Delight event, guest hosted by PJ themed on Winter Warmers.

Gobi Bajjis, Cauliflower Fritters

20-25 Cauliflower florets
1/2cup Gram flour
1/4cup Corn flour
1/2cup Wheat flour
1/4cup Idly batter
1/2tsp Fennel seed powder
1tsp Red chilly powder
Salt
Oil

Cook the cauliflower florets with a pinch of turmeric powder until they turns bit soft.

Mix the gram flour, corn flour, wheat flour, fennel seed powder, red chilly powder, idly batter, salt and add enough water and turns as thick batter.

Cauliflower Wheat Flour Bajjis,Gobi  Atta Bajji

Heat the oil for deep frying, dip the already cooked cauliflower to the prepared batter.

Drop them to the hot oil and deep fry them until they turns golden brown..

Fry them in batches and drain the excess of oil with a paper towel.

Serve with spicy coconut chutney or with ketchup.

Wheat flour Cauliflower Bajjis

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10 comments:

Suma Gandlur said...

Kudos to your patience to come up with such lovely fritters after a hard work day. I was expecting to see some besan fritters but loving the base you used here for these yummy and tempting fritters.

Harini R said...

Very interesting combination of ingredients for the batter, Priya. Shall try this combination next time.

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said...

Wow frying without APF is amazing. Bookmarked to try this later.

Gayathri Kumar said...

That is an interesting batter for pakoras. Using wheat flour instead of maida is something I do nowadays. The pakoras are perfect for a chilly evening.

Swati said...

I will love to try this combo of flour for frying .. perfect for the winter evenings!!

Pavani N said...

Those cauliflower pakoras look crispy and delicious. Perfect tea time snack. My kids would really enjoy these. Love the use of wholewheat flour in here.

Code2cook said...

great cauliflower fritters recipe with different batter, I am sure that they must be tasting divine. adding idli batter sounds a cool idea if any leftoevr.

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

I would have never thought of making a batter of whole wheat flour. A great use of leftover idli batter.

veena krishnakumar said...

I have never used whole wheat fir frying. Looks very inviting

Chef Mireille said...

I've got some idly batter in the fridge and you are making me want to fry these up tonight - only it is too cold here to go to the supermarket just for cauliflower but I would love to try these some time!