Crispy Onion Spinach Pakoda | Ullipaya Palakoora Pakodi

One of my favorite snack during evenings especially during the rainy and winter seasons. It is one of the popular indian street snack that is prepared with the batter of besan and rice flour with very less water. This time i added spinach to the onions. It turned out very tasty and crispy.
Cooking Time 30 - 45 min
Serves 3 - 4 Persons  


Ingredients:

Onions (thinly sliced)
2 Big
Spinach (chopped))
½ Bunch
Green chilles (finally chopped)
5-6
Besan
1 Cup
Rice flour
1/4 Cup
Oil
2 Tsp
Baking powder
A Pinch
Curry Leaves
Few
Salt
To Taste
Oil
For Deep Frying

Process:

  • In a bowl, add slices onions, green chilles, little salt. Mix & combine well with fingers. Keep a side for 10 min.
  • Now add besan, rice flour, baking powder, curry leaves, chopped spinach, 2 tsps oil and mix well with hand.
  • If it is too dry then add 2 tbsp water to it and mix well.
  • Heat oil in a deep frying pan on med flame. Drop the batter into the oil using fingers little by little.
  • Fry them until golden brown color.
  • Remove them after frying on to an absorbent paper.
  • Serve as an evening snack with garam chai (hot tea).
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32 comments:

  1. Nice n Yummy onion spinach pakoras.

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  2. Pakora looks so crispy and tempting.

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  3. Crispy & just too tempting pakoras!!! Congrats on ur awards..
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  4. Pakodas look so crispy and yummy. I'm mouthwatering here :)

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  5. they look so crispy and hot! I wanted to post a similar pakodi but its still waiting to see the day:-)...ur pics are lovely too

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  6. yummy pakodas to pair with a hot cup of chai

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  7. Pakodas look grt!!!very crispy n tasty...

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  8. Crispy and yummy,love the combo..perfect tea time snack

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  9. Wow. I love spinach pakodas. Yours looks so yummy and crunchy :D

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  10. wow.. this onion pakoras and the spicy beans are making my mouth water instantly.. definitely delicious food.

    Richa@ Hobby And More Food Blog

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  12. yummy!! & happy to see that you have passed awards to fellow bloggers....

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  13. crunchy pakodas......I will prefer a plateful with my evening cup of tea. congrats and thanks a lot for the awards :)
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  14. thank you for the awards and thinking of me to share them..lovely and crispy pakodas

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  15. Lovely n crispy pakodas..perfect with a cup of hot tea in rains!
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  16. Thanks a lot Kalyani for sharing these beautiful awards with me ..m so glad to recieve them from a wonderful blogger like u ..:)

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  17. Very Crispy Pakoras.......Thanks Kalyani for offering me the awards......Sorry I could not figure out what awards should I pick up.....You have a lot of them on your space. Thanks.

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  18. love this combo and delicious pakodas, perfect on a rainy day..

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  19. Thankyou so much Kalyani for the awards........I have no words to express my happiness at this moment. Emotions are just taking over. Thankyou so much Dear for your kind consideration. Luv U..........

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  20. Perfect and fabulous! Congrats on your awards dear...

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  21. Thats a lovely looking pakoda dish...the spinach surely will make the taste interesting....can't wait to try it.

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  22. First time here.. you have a beautiful blog.. the pakoras look delicious.. do check out my blog sometime..

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  23. Dear Kalyani,
    pakodas look Professional ..
    Got to c ur blog today, luv veg food ..
    Keep up the good work !

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  24. Wow looks so good ....n tempting. Inbtw added you in my blogroll as requested

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  25. Hey Kalyani..

    I love spinach pakodas..they are perfect with evening tea!

    Thank you so much for offering me those lovely awards..feel so privileged to receive it from an experienced blogger like you..

    cheers
    Ashwini

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  26. love ur dishes...this one looks super inviting..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  27. They look lip smacking ~ perfect rainy day snack!
    USMasala

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  28. perfect tea time snack..looks really crispy and yummy

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  29. Spinach Onion Pakoda luks yumm and superdelicious with Well-presented and Tasty click as well.Want to grab that bowl rt now.Hope U had a nice teatime that day dear.

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  30. Wow so alluring and yummylicious snack !! Well presented too!! Thanks for linking to the event!!

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