Vegetable pakoda is a popular Indian street food and snack using vegetables, and gram flour (chickpea/besan flour), with warming spices and fresh herbs. This version of the pakoda is made with potato, capsicum, onion, carrot and cabbage. The batter-coated vegetables are then deep-fried until crispy and golden brown.
Tag: Rice flour
See also: Tomato Chutney, Tomato Kotsu
Fried Modak | Poricha Kozhukattai
This is a sweet dish also known as Poricha Kozhukattai is made with maida, coconut and rice flour. Check
A sweet dish made with dates and rice flour.
Moong Dal Murukku
This murrukku is deep fried and made with moong dhal. It can be stored for extended period and snacked at any time or serve with tea or coffee.
This magilampoo murukku is made with rice flour and roasted green gram dhal flour. This deep fried snack can be stored in air tight container for few weeks without any refrigeration.
We can prepare varieties of dishes using the plain Idiyappam also known as “Sevai”. One such dish is “Milagu Sevai” – a simple spicy version.
Vella (Jaggery) Sevai
We can prepare varieties of dishes using the plain Idiyappam also known as Sevai. One such dish is Vella Sevai – a sweet version.
Acchu Murukku also known as Achappam or Rose cookie is a mild sweet Murukku, normally prepared during Christmas time.
A murukku made with butter, rice flour, besan flour and pottukadalai powder. This snack can be stored for long term without refrigeration.