Palak Pakoda Recipe - Yummy Traditional

Palak Pakoda Recipe

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Palak Pakoda | Spinach Pakora | How to Make Palak Pakora with step by step photos

Palak Pakodas are delicious, crispy and flavored deep fried spicy snack-that is made of gram flour, spinach, and basic spices_Pakoda or pakora deep fried tea time snack from Pakistani cuisine

These palak pakoras are one of the most popular and hot favorite snack_spinach itself is a very tasty veggie from which can cook many other recipes such as Palak goshPalak Aloo,Palak Paratha
                                
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This crispy palak pakoda just happened  on a weekend when I had some spinach leftover and had to finish it up_these are  good  to serve hot with a cup of Pakistani Masala Chai,

To make crispy pakoda I just dry roast besan for a while so that all moisture could be absorbed as spinach naturally contains a lot of water_which is why when they’ll combined with gram flour_can not turn crisp as required in this recipe_Secondly here I also used double frying method so that fritters made crisper and crunchy


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Wash and rinse palak very well in enough water_drain completely. Take all ingredients and prepare all veggies

             
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Heat the pan and dry roast the gram flour on low flame

                         
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Transfer all chopped veggies spinach, onion, and green chilies to the bowl


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Transfer the roasted gram flour to the veggie bowl then add powder spices

               
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Stir to combine well together and mix it with the help of fingers by adding water little by little_And then rest for 20 minutes_Cover the lid and set aside
                   
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Heat the medium hot oil in the wok around 135-140 C

                   
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Mix up the pakoda mixture again
              
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Drop the medium-sized fritters to the oil_Put 5-6 fritters in one batch_Fry them from both sides around 2-3 minutes on medium flame
                         
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Drain them out on the kitchen paper_Repeat the same process with all remaining fritter mixture
       
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Heat the medium-high hot oil around 180 C_Put all pre-fried fritters to the oil and fry them once again over medium flame until golden brown
                   
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Drain them on a kitchen towel

                   
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Transfer all palak pakoras to the serving bowl

                     
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Serve hot with chutney and tea
               
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Palak pakoras are delicious, crispy flavored and deep-fried spicy snack-that is made of gram flour, spinach, and basic spices...

Ingredients:
  1. 200g, spinach chopped
  2. ½ cup, onion chopped
  3. 5-6 pcs, green chilies
  4. 125g, gram flour
For spices:
  1. 1 tbsp, crushed red chili
  2. ½ tsp, turmeric powder
  3. 1 ½ tsp, crushed coriander powder
  4. Salt to  taste
  5. ½ tsp,garam masala
  6. 1 tsp, cumin powder
  7. 1/6 tsp, baking soda
  8. 1 tsp, garlic paste
How to make the spinach pakora?
  1. Transfer the roasted gram flour to the veggie bowl
  2. Then add powder spices crushed red chili powder, turmeric powder, salt, baking soda, cumin powder crushed coriander, and gram masala
  3. Stir to combine well together and mix it with the help of fingers by adding water little by little
  4. And then rest for 20 minutes
  5. Cover the lid and set it aside
  6. Heat the medium hot oil in the wok around 135-140 C
  7. Drop the medium-sized fritters to the oil
  8. Put 5-6 fritters in one batch
  9. Fry them from both sides around 2-3 minutes on medium flame
  10. Drain them out on the kitchen paper
  11. Repeat the same process with all remaining fritter mixture
  12. Heat the medium-high hot oil around 180 C
  13. Mix up the pakoda mixture again
  14. Put all pre-fried fritters into the oil and fry them once again over medium flame until golden brown
  15. Drain them on a kitchen towel
  16. Transfer all palak pakoras to the serving bowl
  17. Serve hot with chutney and tea
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