|Published||Cooking Time||7 Minutes|
|Recipe Type||Appetizers||Preparation Time||3 Minutes|
|Ingredient||Other||Standing Time||7 Minutes|
Thotakura balls made with Thotakura/ Amaranth leaves/ Chauli are much loved greens used for preparing stir fries, dal and stew in our daily meal.
Recipe of Thotakura balls
|Green Chillies, Finely Chopped||Â½||Tablespoons|
|Thotakura (amaranth) Leaves, Finely Chopped||1||Cup|
|Ginger Garlic Paste||Â½||Tablespoons|
Method: In a bowl, put in the amaranth leaves, hing, chilli pd, little salt, sesame seeds, green chillies, ginger garlic paste, and chickpea flour. Mix and just rest this mixture for about 2-3 minutes till little moisture oozes out. Mix all these ingredients well together without adding water. Shape them into lime sized roundels and keep aside. In a hot pan, add oil and deep fry these amaranth dumplings on a medium heat so that they get cooked nicely. It takes about 6 to 7 mins to cook. Fry till they turn golden in colour and crispy. Serve hot with any type sweet chutney.
Thotakura balls made with Thotakura/ Amaranth leaves/ Chauli are much loved greens used for preparing stir fries, dal and stew in our daily meal. Thotakura balls is an amazing variation for preparing fritters with these green leaves added to chick pea flour (besan), spices and deep fried until crispy and golden in colour. They are easy to prepare, taste good with sweet chutney, has unique flavours and is best served for any cocktail party for vegetarians or is also a nutritious party appetizer or a tea time snack.
Posted Aug 6, 2013