Cabbage Pakora/ Pakoda

Cabbage Pakora

 


Try this cabbage pakora for a party, on a rainy day or on a cold winter day. It pairs perfect with a cuppa! Simple yet tasty!

Cabbage Pakora

Makes 20 pakoras/Time Taken: 20mins

Ingredients:
Cabbage : 200g
Spring Onion: 2
Cashewnut: a handful
Curry leaves : 10 leaves
Red Chilli Powder: 1 tsp
Rice Flour: 1tbsp
Besan(Kadalehittu): 5tbsp
Soda-bi-carbonate- 1/2 tsp
Salt : As needed
Water to mix
Oil to fry pakoras



 Method:
1. Shred cabbage. Chop spring onions & curry leaves.
2. Cut cashewnuts into small pieces.
3. Take all the above in a wide bowl. Add Red Chilli Powder, Salt, Sodabicarb, Rice Flour ad Besan.
4. Mix well without using water.
5. Add little water at a time and mix well. Besan should coat the cabbage well.
6. Grease your hands with a drop of oil and make small balls with the batter.
7. Drop these balls into hot oil and fry them till they are golden brown.


Serve them with your favorite sauce :)




Enjoy!!!

12 comments:

Sowmya Madhavan said...

Yummy fritters..even more delicious with some filter coffee..

Wer SAHM said...

yummilicious snack to munch ...

Anonymous said...

Nice!
Mangala

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Delicious and crispy looking pakoras.
Deepa

Hari Chandana said...

Yummy pakora.. perfect done :)

LG said...

Thank you all :)
Sowmya, indeed this is yummy with some filter coffee :)

Nagashree said...

Yummy, perfect for the weather I am having. I like that you added spring onions instead of the regular ones.

Kumudha said...

It's so cold here, and cabbage pakoras sounds perfect for this weather!

Thank you so much for sharing so many great plant-based recipes...

Mysore Hotel said...

Cabbage is very good for digestive system and most people do not want to eat cabbage. This is great idea to use cabbage for making pakoda.

LG said...

Thank you Kumudha and Mysore Hotel.

Sharon said...

That looks really delicious! It's been a while, but I am so glad you came over to my blog, and left a message - I am all set to read the recipes I missed from your blog while I was away!

regards
sharon (thekeybunch.com)

notyet100 said...

This is new for me :)