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Monday, October 29, 2012

Urad Dal Ke Pakore


Not getting enough time to devote much time to my blog as this whole month is very busy for us. Initially we were under the grip of Durga Puja fever then came Bojoya celebrations and my b'day. So need to catch up in this blogging world but even today we are preparing for Lokkhi Pujo. Yes today is the Lakshmi Puja day after the hustle and bustle of Durga Puja( See Previous Post). After Goddess Durga is immersed, Lakshmi Stays back . As she is the Goddess of Wealth so this evening we decorate the house, offer tributes and keep the main door open till the time the Puja ends ( so that she enters the house without any hindrance). 

And after the ceremony, a veg preparation of kichudi and fritters are the order for the day. Here I have prepared urad dal kakore for lunch. The recipe is below. Hope you like them.
Ingredients:
3/4 cup Urad Dal (White Skinned Lentils) 
2 Onions, chopped
3-4 Green chillies
Handful coriander leaves, chopped
1/2 tsp Cumin seeds
A big pinch of Soda
1/2 tsp Red chilli powder
1/2 chopped Ginger
Salt to taste
Oil for deep frying

Method:
Wash lentils and soak in water for 5-6 hours. Transfer it into a wet grinder and with very little water (2 tbsp) and grind into a fine paste. Place the paste in a large bowl and mix everything into it. Heat oil in a frying oil and once the oil is hot add 2 tsp into the batter to make the pakoras more crispy. Take small quantity of batter and drop into hot oil and fry until they get a golden tinge. Use kitchen tissues to absorb excess oil. And serve with ketchup or garlic chutney.


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33 comments:

  1. That looks really crispy and delicious..

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  2. Crunchy n yumm pakoras... Nice clicks

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  3. I love this...we call them bonda..I hope u had nice dussehra...

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  4. totally craving this now, especially because its cold and gloomy and threatening to rain.

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  5. Tempting pakodas..perfect with a cup of tea....Hope you had a good festival

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  6. ah deepa hope u had wonderful festive time and a belated happy bday

    u know when i make dahi vadas i keep some dal separate then put all the masalas and just fry them as it is
    they r yummylicious

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  7. Builir dal er bora!!! Koto din khaini!!! VERY VERY ADDICTIVE. Amar MIL ei urad dal er bora and sorse+posto bata diye jhaal koro on Saturdays (the veg Day). Delicious!! Kintu amar sudhu bora i beshi pochondo... :)

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  8. Looks very tempting and nice. Nicely presented

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  9. Awesome!! The vadas look so tempting and not to mention addictive :)

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  10. Feel like grabbing and having some,love that cute kadai.

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  11. Crispy and perfect evening snack!

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  12. delicious pakoras.
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  13. wow..Its raining here & what a perfect time to have these,tempting & pic perfect!
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  14. looks perfect and yummy and love the 1'st and 2'nd pic too good

    Priya
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  15. very tempting and mouth watering!!
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  16. Ooh am drooling here. Looks awesome

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  17. Delicious pakore deepa great to have with tea.

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  18. Love this any day ....looks yum with tht spicy chutney

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  19. The Bangalore weather is just perfect for these awesome urad daal pakodas. Lovely presentation :)

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  20. Simply irresistible!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  21. My MIL makes this very often.... these look very crunchy and perfect with some green chutney!

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  22. Mhmm..perfect tea time snack..especially on chilly days or rainy days like we r having here now !!

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  24. Finally I can post comment on your blog...happy for that....I love these pakore...looks yum....that cute kadai looks cute....

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  25. I make these and then dip it in a yogurt and go YUM! It's a perfect snack for rainy days.

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  26. Pakore looks scrumptious.And belated birthday wishes dear.

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  27. wow these pakodas looks wonderful ..love ur browini sandwich also (ur last post)...yum
    Super Yummy Recipes

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  28. Beautiful Pakodas, delicious!

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  29. Winter is coming and pakodas are best option. you have perfect recipe for the occasion, makes my heart jump, haha :)

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