http://www.stevenloton.com/venlor-75mg-zinc.html Today’s recipe is forex handel am wochenende ‘Palak Pakora’. It is a crisp spinach fritters recipe which tastes delicious along with tea/coffee. Pakoras are my favourite snack during monsoon and rainy season. Serve it with ketchup or chutney or fried green chillies. These pakoras are a tastier way to introduce green leafy vegetables in your kid’s diet. Serve it as an appetiser or starter for parties.
For Palak Pakora, you will need –
http://niranjanapte.com/dosage-ciprofloxacin-500-mg.html spinach/palak, gram flour, rice flour, onion, green chillies, ginger, garlic powder, red chilli powder, salt, cumin seeds and carom seeds. For pakora, first, wash and chop spinach roughly in thin strips. Prepare a spinach and masala mix, then add this to gram flour batter. Deep-fry the fritters golden brown and crisp.
watch For more pakora recipes, you can also try following recipes – Aloo Pakora | Crispy Potato Fritters, Mayonnaise Bread Pakora (Quick tea-time snack), Gobhi Pakora / Cauliflower Fritters Recipe, Gobi Pakora (Cabbage Fritter/Patta gobi pakora), Bhutte Ke Pakore | Corn Fritters | Bhutte ke pakore recipe, Pyaz ki Bhajiya | Pyaz ki Pakori | Onion Fritters, Paneer Macaroni Pakodi (Cottage cheese pasta pakori), Aam ke Gulgulay (Mango Fritters-Summer Snack)
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