Sunday, January 20, 2013

CABBAGE FRITTERS GLUTEN FREE


If you're looking for  simple and delicious gluten free  fritters, you should try this recipe makes with only a few ingredients. The star ingredient for this fritter is cabbage. Along with chickpeas (garbanzo)  flour, onion, green chili and other ingredients, they are well combined to form into a thick batter before dropping them into hot oil.

Cabbage Fritters is a great example of how to enjoy delicate flavor of cabbage in your favorite appetizer/snack. Cabbage also contains Vitamin K, Vitamin C, fiber, folate and magnesium.

Keeping cabbage cold will keep it fresh and help it retain its vitamin C content. Put the whole head in a plastic bag in the crisper of your refrigerator.

CABBAGE FRITTERS GLUTEN FREE

2 cup white cabbage chopped fine
1 cup chickpeas flour (besan)
1 big onion chopped
1 tsp chili powder
3 green chili chopped
1 sprig curry leaf torn
2 tablespoon chopped cilantro
1 tablespoon rice flour
water to form into thick batter
oil for shallow frying
salt to taste




DIRECTION

Wash the cabbage after cutting, drain well.

Combine cabbage, onion and salt in a mixing bowl, let sit for 10 minutes.

Add besan, chili powder,  green chili, rice flour, cilantro and torn curry leaves to cabbage mixture.

Sprinkle few tablespoons of water to obtain a fairly thick batter, stir until well mixed.

Heat  6 tablespoons of oil in a non stick frying  pan, scoop a teaspoon of batter to form one fritter onto hot oil.

Fry until it turns golden brown, flip and cook the other side.

Remove and drain on absorbent paper. Complete the rest of the batter.

Serve hot with tea/coffee.



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44 comments:

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Loved the look of crunchy and yummy fritters.
Deepa

Gee Singh Newbanks said...

I cannot wait to try this. I luv pakoras, but I have never had a cabbage version.
Thanks for sharing.
Cheers, Gee

Guru Uru said...

These fritters look fantastic my friend and are a favourite treat of mine :)

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

Evelyn said...

Just dropping in from Let's Get Social Sunday to say thanks for joining in!!

Have an awesome week!!
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Still enjoying following via GFC

Balvinder Ubi said...

That is the reason I love Indian food. Its mostly gluten free and besan is the best for coating fritters.

debajyoit said...

i just love this one!! i prepare this but your version looks better. will try this. of course i will take out those green chillies :)

Priya said...

Beautiful fritters,love to munch some.

www.jiboombaa.com said...

crispy and tempting fritters...a nice substitute to onion version...

LuAnn Braley said...

Looks good! And since we're planning a garden this year, I'll be back for more recipes! Found you and following through the Let's Get Social Sunday link up!

Swathi Iyer said...

Cabbage fritters looks yumm.

divya said...

yummmmm :)))...very tempting *drool*...

mjskit said...

If it's got the word fritter in it, it has to be good! I've never had a fritter with cabbage. I bet this is delicious especially with the chilies and herbs that you used. They look delicious!

Sangeetha Priya said...

Yummy gluten free snack, mouthwatering!!!

kala said...

These cabbage ones looks soo yummyyyyyyyyyyyyy

Maha Gadde said...

yummmmmy and very tempting..nice clik

Aruna Manikandan said...

a perfect tea time snack :)

Alexis AKA MOM said...

I love this I can't wait to try them!

Julie said...

Tempting fritters!
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Winnie said...

I've eaten that in a restaurant and loooooooooooved it.
I happened to have chickpeas flour :)
THANKS for the recipe!!

Veena Theagarajan said...

Interesting..Can I have some?
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Sanoli Ghosh said...

Yummy and crisp cabbage fritters.

today's recipe:
http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/01/vadakari-snc-challenge-4.html

The Quiet Mom said...

This one I should try for my daughter. Never had this, but looks yum!

Hopping by and following your lovely blog's FB. I blog @ Getting Healthy with Essential Oils

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Fluster Buster said...

This sounds really good, I love cabbage. Thank you for sharing this recipe on Fluster's Creative Muster Party.

Hugs and Smiles,

Robin
Fluster Buster

Cherished Handmade Treasures said...

These look fabulous! Thanks for sharing them with us on the Creative Corner Hop.

Sandy
Cherished Handmade Treasures

bj said...

We love fritters and patties of all kinds. Will give this a try.
Over from Semi Homemade Mom.

Caroline - All That I'm Eating said...

This is a great way to use cabbage!

Adelina Priddis said...

I've never used a curry leaf before. These look very interesting.

Adelina Priddis said...

And thank you for sharing on Foodie Friday! I've featured your recipe from last week today

Kathie said...

Hello!
I found you from the Mop it up Mondays link up. I would love to have you come share your post with my readers over at Sassy Little Lady’s Show and Tell Saturday. Hope to see you there!

Kathie
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Katherines Corner said...

I love the taste of cabbage, it hates me...sigh Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things hop xo

Diane said...

What a healthy fritter alternative... great fiber too.

Becolorful said...

Thanks for sharing a gluten free option.
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Selene Galindo said...

Wow! This looks so good!

Kathie said...

Thank you for linking up with me for Show and Tell Saturday at Sassy Little Lady! Be sure to stop by next week!
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Kathie

Diana - FreeStyleMama said...

Very interesting! Thanks for sharing at this week's Pin Me Linky Party.

Carole said...

Hi, I found your blog through Bloom's link party. I am now following. A follow back to Carole's Chatter would be fantastic. Hope you are having a good week.

HungryLittleGirl said...

They sound so so delicious and are totally new to me!
Thank you for sharing this at Wednesday Extravaganza - hope to see you there again this week with more of your deliciousness :)

Christine said...

Send some over this way.... I would gladly munch on them!

Thanks so much for partying with me last week at The DIY Dreamer... From Dream To Reality! I'm really looking forward to seeing what you share tomorrow evening!

Jody and Stan said...

These fritters look awesome! Thanks for sharing at Simple & Sweet Fridays.

Jody

Theresa said...

Thanks for sharing your recipe it looks really yummy! I hope you get a chance to drop by & link up again this week at DearCreatives.com
Have a great weekend! Theresa

Susie @bowdabra said...

Thanks so much for stopping by and linking up your awesome project! Visit us again next week and link up more awesome stuff!

Have a great week!
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padma priya said...

Crunchy cabbage fritters nice for tea time.
Sai Padmapriya
www.soundaryasbeautyworld.com

Amy said...

Oh, these fritter look amazing. I just got myself some chickpea flour and can't wait to try this recipe out. I can make these for my GF friends when they come over for a gathering next time. Yay! :) Hope you're having a great weekend.

K. Akhi said...

Will be making this tonight! Thanks!

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