Potato Onions cauliflower Pakoras Fritters: Now in a bowl add gram flour, whisk it with water and always check that there should be no lumps so that all your pakoras are cooked properly. After whisking you can add salt according to your taste,
Potato Onions cauliflower Pakoras Fritters
|Preparation Time||Cooking time||Total Time||Serves|
|20 Minutes||20 Minutes||40 Minutes||7-8 PEOPLE|
Salt to taste
Red chili powder-.5 tsp
Gram flour-1.5 cup
Chat masala – a pinch to spread
Roasted cumin powder –1 tsp
1. Boil the potatoes in a pressure cooker. Drain them. Peel them and cut them into round slices
2. Chop the onions into round slices like a potato- toes and keep them aside
3. Again cut the cauliflower into big slices, they should be 8-10 florets or according to your occasion.
4. You can cut all of them according to the occasion. If you are having a large gathering, you
can make them in batches.
5. Now in a bowl add gram flour, whisk it with water and always check that there should be
no lumps so that all your pakoras are cooked properly. After whisking you can add salt
according to your taste, red chili powder, and roasted cumin powder. Mix them well
into the batter which should be neither too thick nor too thin. The consistency should be flowing
6. In a kadhai/wok, add enough oil for frying and let it heat up
7. When the oil is hot enough for frying, firstly dunk the slices of potatoes, onion, and can-flower into the gram flour batter and add
they into the oil and deep fry them till they are half cooked
8. When they are half done remove them and repeat the process till all the pakoras are half
cooked. Then after few minutes fry them again and this time they are fried fully
9. We fry them in this way because in this way they become crispier and tastier.
10. Garnish it with coriander leaves or just sprinkle chat masala on them
11. Serve it hot with mint chutney and tomato ketchup.
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