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Cabbage Pakora

Cabbage pakora is a very delicious fried snacks. In this recipe I use Uttapam base instead of regular besan / chickpea flour based batter. It taste awesome . I am sure you all will love to have such crispy crunchy delicious quick to make cabbage pakora with a cup of hot tea or coffee in a cold winter evenings. Enjoy with family and friends delicious cabbage pakora.

Preparation time :  10 minutes 
Cooking time : 15 minutes
Serves :  4 

Ingredients :  
1 cup uttapam batter
 ½  tsp hing / asafetida
2 ½   cup finely shredded cabbage 
¼  cup green  peas
1 tsp ginger chopped 
1tsp garlic chopped (optional)
3 to 4 chopped green chilly or to taste  
1 tsp sambar powder 
salt to taste 
Oil  to deep fry

Methods of Cooking :
Take uttapam batter in a bowl. Then add shredded cabbage, green peas, chopped green chilly, ginger, garlic ( if using) , sambar powder , hing and salt . Mix well. Heat oil in a pan. Keep the flame medium . Take big spoonful of pakora batter and pour it in oil. Fry the cabbage pakora in batches like this till they are crisp and golden. Serve the cabbage pakora with tomato ketchup, tamarind chutney, mint coriander chutney.

Happy Cooking!


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