Friday, July 9, 2010

VERMICELLI PAKODA

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After having sweet snack most of the time, I decided to prepare this easy and delicious fritter made of vermicelli (semiya) for a change.

Boil the vermicelli for a few minutes until soft then drain. Be careful when adding water, batter should be thick and easily drop off from the spoon when you put them onto hot oil.You can either shallow or deep fry them. Either way it turns out great.


INGREDIENTS

1/2 cup boiled vermicelli
1 big onion chopped
2 green chili chopped
2 teaspoons chopped ginger
2 T chopped coriander leaves
4 T wheat flour
4 T corn flour
2 T rice flour
1 T oil
pinch of cooking soda
salt to taste
oil for frying
water

METHOD

* Mix all ingredients in a mixing bowl, gradually add water. Consistency of batter is thick but easily scoop out using spoon.

* Heat the oil, drop a tablespoonful of batter onto hot oil.

* Fry until it turns golden brown. Remove and drain on absorbent paper.

* Enjoy your delicious snack hot.

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33 comments:

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

That is one crunchy and mouthwatering looking pakodas. Will have to try it out sometime.

TREAT AND TRICK said...

Priya Mitharwal...thanks for your quick response dear...do try this ya...

Priti said...

Crunchy and yummy...am yet to try this..

Nitha said...

Pakodas with vermicelli is new to me. but am sure that this wud be great...

Kiran said...

Never had these pakodas.These vermicelli pakodas look very crunchy and delicious.

simply.food said...

Crispy and tasty pakodas look scrumpticious.

vineetha said...

very innovative pakodas..would love to tate this one.

Swathi said...

pakodas looks really nice. Thanks for visiting my blog. I will be following you.

Suja Sugathan said...

Crunchy and yummy pakodas...very innovative..will surely try this.

Satya said...

crunchy n yummy pakodas ...looks wonderful

Vidhya said...

The pakodas looks so incredible!

Satrupa said...

yum yum yum ..... I feel like eating out of the pict !!

SE said...

hey...thanks for stopping by..these pakodas are very new to me!

Kairali sisters said...

yummy yumm pakodas...Looks crunchy

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Priya said...

Crispy pakodas looks yummy and tempting..

kitchen queen said...

An innovative idea of making pakoras with vermicilli looking crispy and tempting.

PranisKitchen said...

really innovative.. looks deliicous too

Deepti said...

mouth watering pakodas...Never tried with vermicillie...thats a good idea

Suman Singh said...

vermicilli pakoda..hmm..sounds very new to me...but that looks delicious...very unique dish...must try..

Suhaina said...

Pakoras look super. never tried this before. done it so nicely. will try it out soon.

Pratiba Bhat said...

Loved your blog. :) And the pakodas are tempting. This is going to be my next try:) :) Thank you :)

jeyashrisuresh said...

pakoda with semiya,very innovative and adding wheat flour is a good idea

Neha said...

very nice idea... vermicelli pakodas look tasty

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Wow I have never tried with semiya..Looks wonderful and crunchy...nice idea.
Deepa

Hamaree Rasoi

Valarmathi Sanjeev said...

Crunchy and yummy snack, looks tempting.

sanjeeta kk said...

This is very new, pakoras made from semiyan. Must try out.

Roshu said...

Hey it sounds gud and a must try recipe for the weekend.

aipi said...

The pakodas look crunchy and perfect.. nice variation from regular ones...and thanks for visiting my blog, keep in touch :)

Sayantani said...

thats a very innovative pakora recipe. I sometime use broken vermicelli to coat cutlets when I run out of breadcrumbs. this one looks so tempting I wanna make a batch to enjoy the rain.

jais said...

thanks for sharing this nice recipe dear

TREAT AND TRICK said...

Hello friends,

Really appreciate your wonderful comments, keep them coming ya...

Sushma Mallya said...

Looks crispy and really a good recipe to try...

Federica said...

mmmmmmmmm.....che sfiziosi!!!complimenti!