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Tiler Bora / Sesame seed Fritters


Sesame fritters are popular as Tiler Bora in Bengal. We Bengali’s have it as a starter with rice and dal. But sesame fritters are very delicious snacks can be enjoyed anytime with hot tea and coffee. Sesame seeds add a nutty taste and a delicate, almost invisible, crunch to the dishes. Sesame seeds are an excellent source of copper, a very good source of manganese, and a good source of magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, molybdenum, and selenium. So what you are waiting for try and relish this awesome sesame fritters.

Preparation time :  15 minutes
Cooking time:  25 minutes
Serves :  4 to 5

Ingredients :
1 cup   white  sesame  seed 
1 egg  
½ cup  maida ( all purpose  flour )
1 tbsp  besan / Bengal gram flour
1 tbsp  corn flour 
1 tsp  rice flour (optional)
 2 tbsp  sesame  seed 
¼  tsp  red chilly powder
1 tsp  onion  paste 
1 tsp  ginger garlic  paste 
Salt to taste 
Oil  for deep frying 
A pinch  of chat masala 

Methods Of Cooking: 
Blanched the baby corn. Take a bowl maida , besan, cornflour, rice flour, red chili powder, salt . Mix well. Now add the onion paste ginger garlic paste and eggs ( you can make this fritters without eggs too). Mix well. Now add the sesame seed. Mix well add little water if needed. Heat oil in a pan. Now spoon out the mixture and place it on oil. Fry till golden brown. Fry in a batch. Place it on kitchen paper. Let all the excess oil drain. Now enjoy the sesame fritters with a little salad and ketchup. Enjoy sesame fritters with a cup of tea or coffee.





Happy Cooking!

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