Palak pakoras – the crisp, deep fried snack with a cup of hot tea.

Doesn’t it being a smile on your face. I don’t know yours, but certainly to my face and why me only, in fact my whole family. While my kids love to have it as such or with bread, mom and dad happily take it with chapati. I love it, of course for it’s taste, but more so as I get a break from making that routine dal phulka (chapati).

Though there is no time or season when pakoras can be enjoyed as these make you feel good at any time, but these could be best enjoyed when it is raining or Mercury has taken a dip.

There is significant change in the weather after Diwali. Mornings and evenings have become pleasant. AC and fan are no more required. This calls for some hot snacks with a cup of tea. So what could be better than pakoras that too crisp palak pakora with green chutney

Palak Pakora

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Palak Pakora / How to make crisp spinach fritters
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Palak Pakora
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 15 min
Servings
Ingredients
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 15 min
Servings
Ingredients
Palak Pakora
Instructions
  1. Wash spinach leaves well and chop them roughly.
  2. In a bowl, take besan, rice flour and all the dry ingredients.
  3. Add water to make a thick paste. Beat it with a whisker for 1-2 minutes.
  4. Add spinach leaves and green chillies and mix well. Spinach will release water and batter will become of medium consistency.
  5. Heat mustard oil at high flame. Once it reaches to its smoking point, reduce the flame and let the temperature come down a bit.
  6. Add spoonfuls of batter in the hot oil and fry pakoras till crisp and golden brown in colour.
  7. Serve hot pakoras with green chutney or tomato sauce.
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