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May 1, 2012

Pumpkin Pakoda / Fritters Recipe

Manchi Gummadikaya Pakodilu ~ Pumpkin Pakora
Ingredients :
  • Grated Pumpkin : 1 cup
  • Onion : 1 large, chopped lengthwise
  • Besan Flour : 4 tbsp
  • Rice Flour : 2 tbsp
  • Ginger Garlic Paste : 1/2 tsp (Optional)
  • Red Chilli Powder : 1 to 1.5 tsp
  • Curry Leaves : 2 sprig
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil for deep frying
Method :
  1. In a mixing bowl, combine the flours, chopped onions, grated pumpkin, salt, red chili powder, ginger garlic paste and curry leaves and mix very well. No need to add extra water at all. 
  2. Heat oil for deep frying. Take a small portion of pumpkin mixture and drop them into the hot oil. 
  3. Deep fry the fritters until golden brown and crispy and remove from the oil.  
  4. Serve on a cloudy day with a cup of hot tea.
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33 comments:

  1. Super crispy pakodas,feel like munching some.

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  2. Gr8 crunchy pakodas,nice recipe,must try...

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  3. Sound superb these pakodas. Thanks.

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  4. The pakodis really look 'manchi' . The crunchiness comes through the pictures.

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  5. These pakodas look great..you have a yummy space..new follower to your blog

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  6. wow very awesome innovative idea...luv these! n nice click too

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  7. Crispy and yummy tea time snack..

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  8. Yummo !!! Wow, how creative. I never could have imagined, we can do this with pumpkin too. You must send it to my VFAM - Pumpkin event. It is hosted by Ruchika this month.

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  9. Did you change your blog layout? The pumpkin pakoda is a nice idea. I have butternut squash sitting in my kitchen. Maybe I can try this one.

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  10. Pumpkin pakoda looks delicious.

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  11. Crispy delicious looking pakodas...

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  12. That’s very unique and interesting snack !! looks so crispy and crunchy one !!

    Ongoing event CC:Mom’s Recipe

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  13. Never tried pakora with pumpkin..looks crip and delicious

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  14. they look totally awesome. so crispy. love the color.

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  15. These are lovely! So crispy and delicious!

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  16. Wonderful Blog, Tempting pakodas Chandana!!

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  17. never heard pumpkin pakora.. this is new to me... Looks perfect afternoon snack..

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  18. Tempting pakoras. Never thought of making pakoras with pumpkin nice idea !!

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  19. Very innovative idea of making pumpkin in this way, nicely done and must taste yum

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  20. looks yummy and munchy....tempting snack for tea time...

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  21. this is very new to me. Interesting !!

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  22. It really brings out the flavor, but for some reason I never make it. I should - it's a perfect holiday treat.I can't wait to be back to cooking again!

    louise

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  23. wow..such a innovative and interesting recipe......very nice idea...even i have butternut squash with me..i will try this out..thanks for sharing.....

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  24. Super tempting...U have a wonderful space. Happy to follow u..

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  25. Nice recipe....pakodas looks tempting and crispy....

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  26. very innovative pakoda recipe

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  27. I had no idea that pumpkin could be used to make pakoras... very innovative.

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  28. This looks absolutely mouthwatering! And the photos are gorgeous! I love it!

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  29. fabulous recipe with lovely presentation ..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  30. Nice pakodas..so tempting.

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