Wednesday, January 29, 2014

RICE PAKODA RECIPE | RICE PAKORA |RICE FRITTERS RECIPE

Rice pakoda

Pakoda with cooked rice is an easy and instant snack which we can make with the ingredients easily available at our place.  This recipe i learnt from my co-sister , who cooks very well. The moment  i noted down the recipe from her i wanted to give it a try. When i was left behind with little rice after my lunch , 2 days back i, i decided to make this rice pakora , which turned out  very perfect .




Ingredients
Rice Pakoda

  Preparation Time : 10 mins | Cooking Time : 20 Mins |   Yields : 20-25 Pakoras

    Cooked Rice   1/2 cup
    Besan | kadai maavu  2 Tblsp
    Onion        2
    Green chilli  2
    Coriander leaves     Few
    Curry leaves  Few
     Salt   As needed
     Oil     For deep frying 


Rice pakora

Method:
  • Cut the onions, green chilli, curry leaves and coriander leaves very finely.
  • Mash the cooked rice with your hands .
Onion Rice
  • Add the Chopped items to the mashed rice and mix well. Add these items just before making. Else the onions will ooze out water and make the pakoras soggy and oily.
  • Add besan to this. Add salt.
Rice fritters Rice fritters
  • Mix well and heat the oil for deep frying.
  • When the oil is hot, make small portions of the rice mixture and put them in the hot oil.
  • Deep fry them on both sides till golden brown and drain in a kitchen towel.
rice fritters Deep fry
  • Pakodas are ready to serve.  Serve hot with tea. 
Rice fritters

Notes:
  • This pakoda will not remain crisp for along time. 
  • But if it is not hot it will taste nice.
  • You can add finely chopped carrots,capsicum  too.
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25 comments:

  1. I have tried this several years back when I learnt this from a cookery show..we loved it..almost forgotten..you reminded of this delicious snack..

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  2. Awesome idea Jeyamma. Will try it soon.

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  3. its good idea, we make vadam if we have more left over. I loved the click esp the TEA Cup

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  4. tasty crunchy pakodas... ur bowl looks so cute...

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  5. Perfect snack....even if it becomes soft, will taste good...

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  6. Looks crispy and too tempting with tea crystal clarity pics

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  7. looks so crispy and crunchy.. never know pakoras can be made this way too.. :)

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  8. Looks so crispy.Recently i tried the same with wheat flour :)

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  9. I do it with left over rice too.. Yours looks so tasty

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  10. Looks yumm..this is a good idea to put leftover rice for good use :)

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  11. Looks super delicious!!! I m making these crisps often now-a-days. They just love it, i try adding some veggies too!!!

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  12. Looks crispy and too tempting ...

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  13. deliciously done wonderful to snack

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  14. Lovely and delicious to look at rice pakodas. Excellent clicks as well.
    Deepa

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  15. Lovely idea of using cooked rice to make pakoras..looks tempting

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  16. Lovely idea of using cooked rice to make pakoras..looks tempting

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  17. Looks very yummy..... Jeyashri i tried most of your recipes.... all r very taste and yummy... Thanks for sharing these lovely recipes:)
    Deepika

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  18. Lovely recipe, looks inviting and delicious..

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  19. Looks yummy... this wil b our weekend snack.. thnks for sharing d recipe

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  20. Looks so crispy, perfect for teatime

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  21. Super duper like vada ...... :)

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  22. I made this yesterday. Very easy snack with all ingredients readily available. I just had a pinch to taste. My kids grabbed even my share.

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