New & easy to make snacks recipes is something we all look out for. Today, let's make Pakoras using Poha, which is rice flakes. This 15-minute veg snack recipe is a perfect dish for your evening cup of tea or coffee. Super easy to put together and is surprisingly very delicious. Try out this quick poha pakoda recipe and enjoy! :)
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Poha - 1 1/2 Cup
Water - 5 cups
Potato - 2 Boiled & Mashes
Coriander Leaves - 2 tbsp (chopped)
Green Chili - 2 (chopped)
Red Chili Powder - 1 tsp
Coriander Powder - 1 tsp
Cumin Seeds - 1 1/2 tsp
Salt - 1 1/2 tsp
Sugar - 1/2 tsp
Oil - to deep fry
Soak 1 1/2 cup of Poha, in warm water for a minute. Drain the water and wash with fresh water, squeeze out a little bit of the water.
Check the texture, they need to be mushy. Transfer to a plate and let them sit idle for a minute or two.
In a mixing bowl, add the poha, then start mashing & kneading like a dough with hands. Halfway in, add chopped coriander, green chili, 2 boiled potatoes, red chili powder, coriander powder, cumin seeds, salt and a bit of sugar to balance it out.
Now start kneading again to form a smooth texture. Divide this into small portions and smooth-en them. You can form these into any shape.
Deep fry these in medium flame until golden brown, and light. Do not overcrowd the pan, fry a few at a time.
Once fried, take down to a kitchen towel lined plate and then serve hot with garlic-coriander chutney.
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hi dear.. I have tried your many recipes.. they turned out to be very tasty and mouthwatering.. but this one went wrong.... when I tried to deep fry them ...they got scattered in the oil...... pls give me some tip .... and also pls share raw jack fruit sabji recipe ... :-)
And another hello from the US! I love the name Cooking Shooking! Have tried this with some other vegetable other than the starchy potatoes? May be grated cauliflower and perhaps shredded spinach?? What do you think?
Love that you post the recipe in print- big help!
I tried this recipe. Tastes awesome. It is perfect for tea. Crispy and light. I have a question. Can these balls be stored in freezer and fried as and when required? If that's so please let me know. :)
Lovely Video clip! Apologies for the intrusion, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you heard the talk about - Rozardner Immediate Meal Reality (do a search on google)? It is a smashing one off guide for how to cook healthy snacks minus the headache. Ive heard some great things about it and my GF got amazing success with it.
Hi from the U.S.!
Can't even begin to tell you how much I love your videos! I've tried so many of your recipes and they ALL turn out wonderfully.
When I've seen Poha at the Indian market, I've always wondered what it was and how to use it and now I know thanks to you!
I will DEFINITELY be trying this along with your recipe for cilantro chutney in the next couple of days. I can't wait!
Venkatesha IYENGAR .You need to knead the dough alot almost like a normal atta dough. I would reccomend using a potato masher. If its still falling apart you can add corn flour or 1 and a half tablespoon of besan. It helps in holding the mix together.