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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Noodles Pakoda (Pakora)

This recipe was on my mind for over 2 months but was not able to execute it till yesterday. This serves an yumm and crunchy teatime Snack in 5-6 mins time.U can try this recipe with Oats, Poha(Aval or Rice flakes),Corn Flakes etc.This Dead Easy Pakora(Pakoda) Recipe is given here to enjoy Yum Yum n Crisp-fried Noodles Pakora at home.I found Aachi bajji bonda mix very aromatic and extra-ordinary.If u don't like it,use plain besan flour which U find good enough and add 1/4 tsp Asafoetida to it and mix it well with the other mentioned spices. Try this recipe at home!.Enjoy ur teatime!. BonAppetit!.

Noodles Pakora:
Ingredients:
50 gms  crushed Noodles
1 cup Besanflour or Aachi Bajji/Bonda Mix
2 tsp rice flour- powder
1/6 tsp Asafoetida
1/5 tsp garlic paste or 2 cloves of garlic - crushed
1/4 tsp chilli powder
4-5 tsp water or needed
a pinch of  maze powder(optional)
1/6 tsp powdered jeera(optional)
1 tsp chopped coriander leaves
3 curry leaves - chopped
1/4  tsp Salt
2 tsp butter
200 ml refined oil
Directions:
    1.Mix Aachi bonda/bajji mix with rice flour,pressed garlic cloves or paste,Butter,powdered jeera,a pinch of maze powder,salt,chilli powder,curry and coriander leaves and water. Mix well so that no lumps should form. The batter should be thick .
    2.Add the crushed Noodles to the gramflour mix and Mix well.
    3.Arrange the gramflour batter in shapeless pieces on a tray.
    4. Heat 200 ml oil in a non-stick Kadai, and deep fry the batter till done golden brown on the sides.
    5.Serve it hot with tomato ketchup or coconut chutney.

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23 comments:

Pari said...

Can make a nice starter or an evening snack.


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Ramya said...

What a cute idea:-) Noodle Pakoda:-)
Must try!!

faseela said...

a real crispy snack..fabulous recipe

Ramya said...

tats a nice recipe with noodles

Prabhamani said...

Hmm.. interesting dish!!One more addition to my list..looks inviting :)

manjooo said...

thatz great dear!!

sangee vijay said...

great starter recipe, looks so yummy...thanks for sharing!!

Treat and Trick said...

So mouth watering and perfect!

Aarthi said...

What a awesome recipe...Delicious dear..

Aarthi
http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

S.Menaga said...

very interesting recipe,looks gr8!!

Roshu said...

Delicious recipeee......
Drop onto my space sometimes...

Sobha Shyam said...

lovely pakoras, kids will love this..nice idea..

Julie said...

lovely crispy ones..

Erivum Puliyum

Sushma Mallya said...

Lovely recipe christy this looks so yummy:)

divya said...

looks yummy and nice idea...

Smitha said...

they look so crispy!....i love crispy noodles!

Urmi said...

Unique and innovative recipe. Looks yummy and tempting.Perfect for snacks.

Sini Cherian said...

pakora with noodles,never tried.looks yum!

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Chitra said...

Perfect for kids eve snack. will surely try for my doter :)

Priya said...

Fantastic....it is so simple yet so exotic! Thanks Priya

chirag said...

nice recipe...
and quite simple to cook

Seema said...

Yummy

worldthrumyeyes said...

Sounds super yummy... I have a question though... If I want to use Maggi noodles in this one, do I cook the noodles with their masala beforehand and then cut it into small pieces to be fried with the batter?