Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Ladies Finger Pakoda




 

Ingredients:



Ladies finger - 1 cup (chopped)

Onion - 1 (medium size , chopped)

Green chillies - 2 nos (chopped)

Gram flour - 1 cup

Rice flour - 1 tbs

Sombu - 1 tsp

Asafoetida - 1 pinch

Curry leaves - a handfull

Coriander leaves - a handfull

Salt to taste

Oil as you need



Method:


                                Wash and chop the ladies finger.
                Mix  all the ingredients with small quantity of   water.

                    In a pan heat one tablespoon of  oil and 

                              pour it into the pakoda batter.

                             Mix well. This step is important, 

                    because this made the pakodas more crispy. 


                           Heat the remaining oil at medium flame and 

                                  put the batter as like  pakodas

                              into the oil. After one side cook and 

                                            it comes to crispy 

                                 turn it to the other side to cook.

                            Keep the pakodas on the tissue paper 

                                         to absorb excss oil

                          
                                           Serve hot with 

                                    tomato sauce or ketch-up 

44 comments:

  1. Ladies finger pakoda looks superb!

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  2. kalakuringa punitha.. i was missing your post :( pakoda looks very crispy.. i would like to have it with tomato-chili sauce.. it will be very yummy...

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  3. Lovely yummy pakoda...perfect evening snack with cup of coffee:)

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  4. looks crispy and mouthwatering.. Good presentation.. Keep rocking.... http://indiantastyfoodrecipes.blogspot.com

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  5. really !!! ladies figer pakoda is looking very good. never heard of it before

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  6. Niceone... My mom very frequently makes ladies finger pakoda

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  7. Never thought of making pakoda with okras..nice one...

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  8. simply delicious recipe Punitha..
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  9. Pakodas are looking amazing, I have never had okra pakodas, this is a good change from the regular ones which we usually make. Great to have found your blog.

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  10. Irresistible pakodas, looks super addictive.

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  11. nice shape and crispy pakodas..

    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  12. Wow! What a yummy recipe! I like this very muchX

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  13. Very nice crispy pakodas,love to have with tea!!

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  14. looks cute and delicious.

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  15. Healthy pakoras.. Loooks yummy

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  16. I loooooove South Indian food or any Indian food for that matter. Came over from Jessie's blog and glad I found you. Been wanting to learn how to cook Indian food. I think Indian food is the most delicious in the world. Am now your latest follower.

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  17. I have never tasted lady's finger pakoras..nice and innovative dish Punitha..and the tip of adding a little hot oil to the batter really works..my mom does that too.

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  20. nice blog poorni..so happy to follow u..love Deepa

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  21. This is a very nice and easy recipe. Love your step by step instructions with photos. Awesome post and great blog. Thank you for the sweet comment on my blog.

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  22. Congratulations on your awards from Preeti, Punitha!
    All the best.

    xoxo

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  23. Nice recipe...Nice blog too...
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  24. Perfect and so yum! Thanks so much for visiting and leaving your lovely comment. Look forward to reading more of your post.

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  25. Lady finger pakodas look very crispy and yummy. Love it.

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  26. i love your blog punitha..more and more yummy recepies are there..i cant pick up which one to try..so need some time to go thru your pages and i will try many of them for sure and will feedback you.... thanks for following my blog and need your support for going ahead..hope you have seen a few of my recepies..

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  27. Crispy and tempting pakoras, looks gr8!!Thanks for visting my space..:)

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  28. Hi punitha , thnx for visiting my blog. u too have a nice blog with yummy recipes.. i too make this pakoda but i'll try adding fennel as u said. Will be around.. Keep posting !!

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  29. This sounds wonderful, very innovative recipe!

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  30. I've never tried pakoras like this, looks awesome, glad to follow you back Punitha..

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  31. Its a new dish to me. Never tasted it. Will try soon. Thank u for sharing this new pakoda. Keep rocking.. :)

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  32. wow....lovely snack.....I like ladys finger in any form....yummy

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  33. This recipe is new to me... good one..

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  34. very innovativ!loved the crispy and delicious pakoras.okra is my favourite so I will surely try this:)

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  36. ladies finger pakoda sounds interesting, never thought of it. Thank u for visiting my space. u have a beautiful space. Glad to join ur space :)

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