Breakfast,  Gujarati,  North Indian,  Rice,  Snack,  Vegetables

Methi Palak Pakora

Methi Palak Pakora | Fenugreek Leaves & Spinach Fritters

 With the added touch of Fresh Green Garlic and Leftover Rice

 

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My ventures on methi recipes continues. As I mentioned in my previous post that during the summer season I love to grow lots of methi (fenugreek leaves) and Fresh Green Garlic there’s nothing better than enjoying fresh methi and green garlic in any of your favorite dishes.  Yes, methi does require some hard work, plucking the leaves, chopping, washing and finally properly drying the methi, but the end result is always yummy !

 

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Methi Palak Pakora is one of those yummy Indian snacks that are an absolute must try. The combination of Methi (fenugreek leaves), Palak (spinach) and fresh Green Garlic is to good and to health. This delicious Indian snack is made with fresh methi, spinach leaves & green garlic chopped, combined into gram flour (besan) mixed with spices and deep fried til nice any crispy and golden brown. My secret ingredient in this whole recipe is leftover rice. Yes, I combined some of my leftover rice to bind everything together with the besan (gram flour) and give it that nice crispness.  Absolutely scrumptious ! 🙂

 

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Pakoras are an all time favorite during tea time or special gathering or also best enjoyed in the monsoon season. I’m not always kin on deep frying my food, but I still love to indulge into my favorite pakoras. Pakoras or also known as Pakoda can be made in many different variations using different vegetables, different spices, different green leafs, but the most common ingredient in Pakora is Besan (gram flour) this is the main binding agent to help them form their shape and texture. Pakoras are very easy and quick to prepare and are always favorite to please any kind of crowd.

These delicious pakoras can be enjoyed with sauces like ketchup or Maggi hot and sweet sauce or add a side of your favorite Green Coriander Chutney, Mint Coriander Chutney or Mumbai style Green Chutney.

 

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