No, no. Not the same as the previous Cauliflower Fritters. Trust me, it is not. But I must admit some similarities in the ingredients and of course for celebrating cauliflower (Aloo Gobi & Cauliflower Curry). Also for the end result as a crispy fried vegetarian (Vegan Potato Curry) side dish or even snack, and Cauliflower Pakora, undeniably I think will be a sell out. Anything fried is always a pick-up, wouldn't you agree? Remember, I have already told you before (Bitter Gourd Chips & Crispy Fried Okra)? That's right. Cauliflower Pakora ingredients requirement? Already listed below and these are of course, caulilower cut into florets and individually dipped into a chickpea, rice flour and spices infused batter and, oh-yes, fried for crunchiness. Outer crunchiness and soft melting moment inside cauliflower.
300g cauliflower - cut into florets
1 cup chickpea flour
1 tbsp rice flour
1 tsp chilli powder
1 tsp cumin seeds
1/4 tsp asafoetida (optional)
1 green chilli - chopped
1 red chilli - chopped
1 medium onion - chopped
1/2 inch ginger - chopped
2 sprigs coriander leaves - shredded
Water - as needed
Oil - as needed
Salt for taste
Sift flour and stir with all the other ingredients except cauliflower and oil.
Pour enough water, whisk/stir for a runny thick batter.
Coat caulis in batter and deep fry till golden brown.
Drain on kitchen paper/towel and serve while still hot.
Want to taste it now....ReplyDelete
Yummy and crispy pakoras, I always love pakoras...ReplyDelete
Very beautiful clicks, I never get my photos right I don't why, what do u think should it be the lighting. just give some suggestion.
These look so crunchy and delicious,Nava! :)ReplyDelete
So pretty Pakoras. :) Love the colors. My DH favorite caulis.ReplyDelete
I love this Recipe love to eat during Rainy days :)ReplyDelete
Hi Nava, that's an awesome fritters. Very addictive, may I join you for dinner? :)ReplyDelete
Best regards, have a lovely evening.
The hubby's fave!ReplyDelete
Wow, Wow, Wow - It's Evening here, I have a cuppa tea nearby me, and I really wish I could just throw in my hand and grab that plate of yours :-)ReplyDelete
Such a delight to see the bright yellow color on the fritters. Clearly the spice addition of whole and powder choices are spot on and i'm sure it tasted heavenly. Love the pakodas, Nava! great.
I'm joining the gang, who asked you for more of veggie recipes! :-)
Delicious nava.loved the addition of rice flour for cruncinessReplyDelete
interesting snack!! Looks like everything can be fried =)ReplyDelete
my all time fav pakoras Gorgeous click :) i would like to give a tip if you dont mind, boiling water and allowing cauliflower florets to sit in that boiling hot water for 5 mins make them little tender, Many a times we tend to think if veggies inside pakoras get cooked well while frying or not and we land up over frying them, to avoid this doubt the above process is very useful :)ReplyDelete
The pakoras look delicious. I have never made these so will book mark them to try soon.ReplyDelete
And i absolutely love those fritters :-)ReplyDelete
Those pakoras do look delicious.. I love cauliflower in anything and I would love to have these appetising pakoras Nava :-)ReplyDelete
oh my...I love all this!
sure cant stop chewing and I love bittergourd too!
nava, may I copy your recipe, please...cant wait to try it!
thanks in advance ya...
somehow this blog makes me sooooooo happy! :)
oh ya, re the daging goreng kunyit in my blog, i think you can use squid apart of meat or chicken, to me squid is more delish! do you take squid? :)
Nava the above comment is so true u spread some positive energy thru food and words.ReplyDelete
I know some people think vegetarian food is bland but then they do not know how to cook it. I love pakodas anytime and they are gluten free (sans asafoetida).ReplyDelete
Wow! lovely clicks Nava. Pakoras look superb.ReplyDelete
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Love eating pakoras whenever we're at Indian restaurants! Your cauliflower version looks so good, Nava!ReplyDelete
nice click.pretty pakoras.ReplyDelete
Yummy looking platter of pakoras.. They dont look deep fried at all.. I mean no trace of oil at all...Love to pick some and have right away :)ReplyDelete
Tempting crispy pakoras:)ReplyDelete
My favourite pakoras my friend, this looks awesome :DReplyDelete
Good day ms.nava!! :) wow this is a must try,, im drooling over it~~!! yummy, one of my fave :)ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing the recipe ms nava k!!
Very colourful pakoras and pleasing presentation. Fried cauliflower has an entirely different personality. This is something new to try.ReplyDelete
This follow on recipe is so good (it's like a double treat following the crunchy bitter gourd recipe), it can make a carnivore turn vegetarian (at least for a while)ReplyDelete
these are a hit on rainy day . Looks so delicious , adding rice flour is new to me. I want to try it someday.ReplyDelete
Love cauliflower fritters! We make them here - but my recipe is a bit different. Your version sounds so yum! Wish I could grab some right off the screen :)ReplyDelete
I am gonna try this. Thats what i felt when I saw the pic. Lovely clicks and will be visiting ur blog frequently,,ReplyDelete
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All I need is a cup of tea and these pakoras. They look sensational. I am crazy for all things deep fried and this one is making me drool:-)ReplyDelete
Love the pakoda . Feel like grabbing one of those , Very temptinReplyDelete
Who can resist this tempting fritters. Just need a cup of hot tea. Too tempting.ReplyDelete
Temting pakoda.. happy to follow you. .ReplyDelete
crispy and yummy....ReplyDelete
so tempting Pakoda.. happy to follow you..ReplyDelete
liked pakoras its delicious.ReplyDelete
yummy looking Gobi Pakoras! :)ReplyDelete
Lovely presentation! Waiting for the cooler months when cauliflowers taste best in our region. This is one recipe that gets consumed pretty often in our house!ReplyDelete
One of my favorite vegetables diffrent way to try thanks it looks delish.ReplyDelete
I make them often, they taste great... Yours look so nice :)ReplyDelete