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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

DALIA FRITTERS( Broken-wheat Fritters)

Today Delhi has witnessed its first rain of this rainy season. Rains and pakoras are similar to each other. Usually pakoras are made of besan but this time I tried them in an unusual way by using broken wheat. I have penned down these pakoras recipe from a magazine. Pakoras were turned out very crispy and everyone at my home enjoyed a lot.!!


Ingredients

*   Daliya                                                   250 gms
*   Besan                                                    50 gms
*   Spinach(Finely chopped)                        1 bowl
*   Green chilly                                             3-4
*   jeera                                                      1 tsp
*   Ginger                                            1 tsp (chopped)
*   Oil                                                  for deep frying
*   Salt                                                  As per taste


Method



Soak daliya in 2 cups of water for three to four hours. Drain out the water. In a mixing bowl add daliya, green chillies, ginger, salt, jeera, spinach, chopped onion, and besan.  Mix it very well. Heat  sufficient oil in a deep bottom pan. Make small dumplings out of the mixture with the help of  the spoon and gently drop into the hot oil. Reduce the flame. Fry these pakoras till golden brown in color. Drain on an absorbent paper. Serve hot with tomato ketchup. Enjoy.....



21 comments:

  1. This looks fantastic ~ I would love to have some with a hot cup of coffee :D
    Thanks a lot for linking to bookmarked event :)
    US Masala

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  2. Lucky you.. finally rain eh :D I wish it rains here too!!

    And the fritters are perfect for this rain.. no doubt :D

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  3. Dalia fritters sound interesting, I will give it a try soon and hope you are enjoying the first drops of monsoon!!

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  4. Fantastic for a perfect climate n cup of masala chai!!!

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  5. Dear Deeksha
    How are you? So you are enjoying rain in Delhi and 15 Km away Noida is as dry as ever..horrible..
    I like this fritter recipe, very new for me. will try when it pours.
    Have a nice week

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  6. Thanks friends for the lovely comments.

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  7. wow...lovely post...i'm always looking at options like these...this is one way of making fritters healthy i guess...:)

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  8. Hey, that is so amazing, very new and so creative. I would love to try it out. Makes it healthy too :)

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  9. healthy, yummy and a lovely recipe..:)

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  10. sounds amazing dear, love these pakoras, excellent idea, they are super delicious..i have a broken wheat recipe in my drafts, will post it soon..

    Ongoing Event at Good Food:
    COOK IT HEALTHY:PROTEINicious

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  11. wow, This is such a cool idea - I've got to try next time I make pakoras! thanks dear!

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  12. Healthy fritters,looks so yummy and crispy.

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  13. I love pakoras and the weather here in UK now is perfect to have these snacks..Will try this for sure...

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