Grated Cauliflower Gobi Pakora

    Grated Cauliflower Gobi Pakora

    Grated Cauliflower pakoras are dipped in flour and deep fried. This delicious pakora makes the snack time more fun.   You can easily prepare Gobhi Pakora with ingredients like cauliflower, chickpea flour, rice flour and a flavorful mix of spices. These can be served  as snack or as a starter in any party.

    Prepare Grated Cauliflower pakora with these easy steps and pictures. Serve these crispy and mouth-drooling grated cauliflower pakodas piping hot along with mustard sauce, kasundi, green coriander chutney or mint chutney. Enjoy!

    Directions

    Getting ready:
    Remove the stalk and leaves from the cauliflower then wash it thoroughly with water and pat dry them. After that, grate the cauliflower manually with a grater on a plate. 1 cup of grated cauliflower is ready. You can also grate the cauliflower in food processor.

    Grated gobhi ke pakodeMaking:
    Take chickpea flour in a big mixing bowl and add water in small portions to make lump-free and thick consistency batter. Add rice flour into the batter as well and mix it thoroughly. Smooth batter is ready.

    Grated gobhi ke pakode
    Now add salt, dry fenugreek leaves, green coriander, green chilies, ginger and red chilly powder into the batter. Mix everything really well and whisk the batter continuously for 2-3 minutes.

    Grated gobhi ke pakode
    Add grated cauliflower into the batter and mix it really well. Batter appears little thick so add some more water to it and mix it nicely. Batter for making pakodas is now ready, it should not be too thin or too thick in consistency. ¾ cup of water is used to make this batter.

    Grated gobhi ke pakode
    Place a wok on flame and pour enough oil into it to deep fry the pakodas. When the oil gets heated, drop a tsp of batter into it. Place 8-10 or as many pakodas as possible into the oil.

    Grated gobhi ke pakode
    Once the pakodas starts floating on the oil, flip their sides of the balls and fry them until they get golden brown from all the sides. Pakodas are fried aptly, drain out them on a plate covered with kitchen paper towel. Fry the rest of the pakodas as well. Grated cauliflower pakodas are now ready to serve.

    Grated gobhi ke pakodeServing:
    Serve these crispy and mouth-drooling grated cauliflower pakodas piping hot along with mustard sauce, kasundi, green coriander chutney or mint chutney. Enjoy!

    Grated Cauliflower Gobi Pakora
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    Recipe type: Snacks
    Cuisine: Indian
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    Serves: 4
     
    Ingredients
    • Cauliflower – 250-300 grams
    • Chickpea flour – 1 cup
    • Rice flour/semolina – 2 tbsp
    • Green coriander – 2-3 tbsp (finely chopped)
    • Dry fenugreek leaves – 2 tsp
    • Red chilly powder - ¼ tsp
    • Ginger – 1 tsp paste or 1 inch baton grated
    • Salt – ¾ tsp or to taste
    • Green chilies – 2 (finely chopped)
    • Oil – to fry pakodas
    Instructions
    1. Remove the stalk and leaves from the cauliflower then wash it thoroughly with water and pat dry them. After that, grate the cauliflower manually with a grater on a plate. 1 cup of grated cauliflower is ready. You can also grate the cauliflower in food processor.
    2. Take chickpea flour in a big mixing bowl and add water in small portions to make lump-free and thick consistency batter. Add rice flour into the batter as well and mix it thoroughly. Smooth batter is ready.
    3. Now add salt, dry fenugreek leaves, green coriander, green chilies, ginger and red chilly powder into the batter. Mix everything really well and whisk the batter continuously for 2-3 minutes.
    4. Add grated cauliflower into the batter and mix it really well. Batter appears little thick so add some more water to it and mix it nicely. Batter for making pakodas is now ready, it should not be too thin or too thick in consistency. ¾ cup of water is used to make this batter.
    5. Place a wok on flame and pour enough oil into it to deep fry the pakodas. When the oil gets heated, drop a tsp of batter into it. Place 8-10 or as many pakodas as possible into the oil.
    6. Once the pakodas starts floating on the oil, flip their sides of the balls and fry them until they get golden brown from all the sides. Pakodas are fried aptly, drain out them on a plate covered with kitchen paper towel. Fry the rest of the pakodas as well. Grated cauliflower pakodas are now ready to serve.
    7. Serve these crispy and mouth-drooling grated cauliflower pakodas piping hot along with mustard sauce, kasundi, green coriander chutney or mint chutney. Enjoy!

     

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