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Patnam Pakodi - Onion Round Pakoda

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Patnam Pakodi - Onion Round Pakoda Recipe, Pyaz sukhi sabji, How To Make Patnam Pakodi - Onion Round Pakoda Recipe

A very popular snack of Tamil Nadu which is also called as round onion pakoda.

The patnam pakodi is brilliantly made with a mix of sliced onion, spices, chickpea flour and rice flour mixed together, made into roundels and deep fried until golden in colour and crisp.

This deep fried yummy savory snack   is an ideal to be served during tea time especially during monsoon season... Read More..

About Recipe

Neerulli vepudu, Vengayam varuval, Pyaj Bhaja

How to make Patnam Pakodi - Onion Round Pakoda

(11 ratings)
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Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
15 mins
Patnam Pakodi - Onion Round Pakoda
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Onions
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : February 22, 2019


Ingredients used in Patnam Pakodi - Onion Round Pakoda
• Chick pea flour - 2 cup.
• Rice flour - 1/2 cup.
• Baking soda - 1/4 teaspoons.
• Red chili powder - 1 teaspoons.
• Ghee - 1 tablespoons.
• Green chili (chopped) - 4 numbers.
• Ginger (chopped) - 1/2 teaspoons.
• Curry leaves - 3 springs.
• Coriander leaves - 1/2 bunch.
• Cashew nuts - 10 grams.
• Salt - 0 to taste.
• Onion - 1 numbers.
• Oil - 0 to fry.
Method:
1.Take a mixing bowl add chick pea flour, rice flour, salt, baking soda mix it well, then add chili powder, ghee mix it like shot crust method, keep it aside.
2.Take another bowl add slices of onions, salt, chopped green chili, finely chopped ginger, curry leaves, coriander leaves mix it well and rest it for few minutes.
3.Add the cashew nuts (soak them into the water) to chick pea flour mixture and add the onion mixture, sprinkle some water and mix it well.
4.Make them into roundels and deep fry in the hot oil.





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The patnam pakodi is brilliantly made with a mix of sliced onion, spices, chickpea flour and rice flour mixed together, made into roundels and deep fried until golden in colour and crisp.

This deep fried yummy savory snack   is an ideal to be served during tea time especially during monsoon season. Pakoda or Pakodi Pakora or Pakoda is a deep fried savory snack popularly prepared across South Asian countries. Bajji is a simple dish prepared by dipping the sliced vegetable in the batter and deep frying it. Pakodas is one snack which is synonymous with the advent of rainy season. A plate of hot crispy batter fried pakodas prepared with different types of vegetables like the potato, brinjal, raw plantain, bread, banana chillies that melts in your mouth is very addictive. The batter made out of chick pea flour is versatile because you can dip almost any vegetable you like or bread or paneer to make the most delicious of Pakodas.

A version of pakora made with wheat flour, salt and tiny bits of potato/onion (optional) is called Noon Bariya (Noon means salt), typically found in eastern Uttar Pradesh in India. Pakoras are usually served as snacks or appetizers. They are also sold as fast food snack as an alternate to french fries or kebabs. They are served normally during weddings, birthday parties or any special occasions too. In Southern India, such preparations are commonly known as bajji rather than pakoda. For instance, potato bajji is sliced potato wrapped in batter and deep fried. In such states, pakoda is meant a mix of finely cut onions, green chillies and spices mixed in gram flour. This is rolled into small balls or sprinkled straight in hot oil and fried. These pakodas are very crispy on the outside and medium soft to crispy inside.

There is also a variety that is softer overall, usually termed Medhu Pakoda in restaurants. It is relatively softer (like the pakoras) and made of any other ingredients such as potatoes etc. The word pakora is derived from Sanskrit pakvavaṭa, a compound of pakva 'cooked' and vaṭa 'a small lump' or its derivative vaṭaka 'a round cake made of pulse fried in ghee'. Preparing the Pakoras is quite simple and fast. As preparing the dish of your selected vegetables is still awesome.

A plate of hot pakoras with a spicy dip or sauce is bliss to the taste buds. They are absolutely refreshing and satisfying food that most of us wish to eat in between meals. They are exclusively dough- or batter-based foodstuffs. Pakodis or Fritters make an awesome side dish or snack and can be made with almost any vegetable you like and a brilliant way to use up all the leftovers. Savoury fritters are best made with chopped vegetables and spices. They can be made with corns, potatoes, eggplant, long and big variety of chillies, onion, mushrooms etc and you could also make meat fritters with prawns, fish, poultry etc. Do prepare this delicious popular Tamil Nadu snack and have a wonderful treat with the family. Look down for the recipe and enjoy cooking.



 

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rk1271 Posted on Thu Mar 06 2014

Can't stop at one for sure!  Eat the whole plate, Chef!?

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gsooo1 Posted on Thu Mar 06 2014

Measures???

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deebadubbie Posted on Thu Mar 06 2014

What is a substitute if we do not have besan flour??

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Chandra Bonthala Posted on Fri Mar 07 2014

Hi chef ur dishes r very delicious.......?

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saggitbow Posted on Fri Mar 07 2014

Ad: 5,4,3,2,1, Skip ad....vah chef's video begins!! yayyy!?

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YQash Posted on Sat Mar 08 2014

Added to my ToDo list :) thnx?

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Shewolfe1111 Posted on Sat Mar 08 2014

What kind of oil is best for deep frying??

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Anand Swaroop Posted on Tue Mar 25 2014

Mouth watering pakodi......?

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Pat Cavanaugh Posted on Tue Dec 02 2014

I want to make these, but can't eat fried foods ... can I bake them? How long and what temperature ... Is 180 degrees C the same as 350 degrees F?  ... Thank you for this recipe. Namaste'.?

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Ayesha Khan Posted on Sat Jun 20 2015

Just made this today at it was fantastic! Thank-you for sharing such great recipies with us.?

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bhuvana chandran Posted on Sun Dec 27 2015

Wat wrong ur neighbour state tamilnadu did? tn people miss ur awesome shows.learn it for us.just for fun sir?

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