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Chatpata semolina palak pakoda

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Prep: 18 minutes Cook: 4 minutes Extra time for getting oil hot.

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25-30 balls

Pakora is a delicious and crispy snack prepared with spinach leaves. It is very easy to prepare and can be served as a starter, basically is deep fried spinach fritters.

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  • Palak:---1 bunch (finely chopped)
  • palak:---1/2 bunch (steamed and make a paste)
  • Soji:----1/2 cup (semolina)
  • Rice flour:----1tsp.
  • Besan:---1cup.(or as required)
  • Jeera powder:---2tsp.(freshly ground)
  • Carom seeds (ajwain):---1/2 tsp
  • kasuri meethi :----1/2 tsp.
  • Chilli powder:-- 2tsp.
  • Termeric:-----1/2tsp.
  • Soda:---- 1pinch.
  • Soda:---- 1pinch.
  • Tamarind sauce:--1tsp.
  • oil to fry, salt to taste.


  1. Add every thing accept oil. Keep aside for 1/2hr.

  2. Make a small balls (wet your palms, so the battre won't stick . and you will get a perfect balls)

  3. when the oil gets hot make it in a medium flame and shallow fry . fry till the colour gets change, (about 3mins)

  4. serve hot with sweet and sour sauce or coconut chutney . And a cup of tea.

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28th Jan, 2014
hey, i have done this recipe and its very yummy.. looking forward for another recipe's.
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