Cabbage Pakora's & Tamarind Chutney

This pakora recipe is from Beyond Curries... I didn't use the cumin seeds or ginger, but next time I want to try this with the ajwain seeds (they are a favorite of mine!) They were really easy to make and my daughter loved them! I paired them up with a new recipe I tried for Tamarind Chutney on Manjula's page... This was really easy to make and is the best recipe I've tried so far... I didn't use the ginger powder as I didn't have any, so I replaced it with chaat masala. Try and enjoy :)

29 comments:

Ranjani said...

You seem to be on a pokora/bhaji making spree lately, what better way to bring in the new yr than to indulge in fried goodies!
Those pakoras do look fab, never would have thought to make pakoras out of cabbage, gives a whole new meaning to eat your vegetables!

Sushma Mallya said...

looks perfect & crispy and beautifully presented it too...

Priya said...

Crispy pakoras looks fantastic and prefect evening snacks with that tempting tamarind chutney..

Rachana Kothari said...

The cabbage pakodas look delicious... and goes really well with tamarind and coriander chutney:)
Cheers,
Rachana
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Pari said...

Hi. The fritters look so crispy...wish I could sample one.

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Mona said...

Meeso, that combo looks so yumm!!

meeso said...

~ Thanks, everyone :)

sayantani said...

Hi Meeso, am Sayantani and this is my first time at your lovely blog. love what i get to se here. great recipes and gorgeous pictures. love cabbage bhaji with that fiery chatni. yum

Parita said...

Cabbage pakodas look delicious! Perfect for the season here :-)

Mythreyi Dilip said...

Best appetizer with tangy and tasty chutney. Well presented too........

Mriganayani said...

First Bhajis and now Pakodas..someone's craving fried foods at your place! These look attractive and wonderful!

Nostalgia said...

Lovely treat.. good for this cold weather. Sit with some of these and a cup of tea. Hm..

kothiyavunu said...

Crispy & crunchy pakoras.. looks amazing!!perfect with cup of tea.:)

Deepa G Joshi said...

nice bhajis/Pakodas..love these with tea.yummy tamarind chutney.

n33ma said...

Lot of bhajis and pakoras happenning in ur kitchen huh?Looks good and perfect.

Valarmathi said...

Crispy and yummy pakoras, looks deliicous.

Peanutts said...

tamarind chutney sounds good

Arlette said...

this looks delicious, have all the ingredients except the asafoetida what is that??? is it necessary in the recipe?

Malar Gandhi said...

Pakoras luk crispy and tamarind chutney, never made them before' sounds refreshing.:)

meeso said...

~ Thanks, everyone :)

~ Asafoetida is a resin from a tree used as a spice... If you can't find it, I think you can use a little garlic powder, very little... and maybe onion powder... You could just leave it out of the recipe, too!

Soma said...

yummylicious!!! I bet the ajwain would be wonderful I love ajwain in pakoras.

Red Chillies said...

Love cabbage pakodas. Good one for this cold weather here.

Devi Meyyappan said...

Ooooh, yummy pakoras :), that too with cabbage!.. looks perfect and totally tempting :)

Chitra said...

this is such a great idea! i love cabbage and pakoras, but would never have thought to put them together. thanks for sharing:)

Arabic Bites said...

This pakora is calling my name...& with cabbage yummy "Irresistible" :D

Srivatsan said...

Woman when are you going to make these so that I can eat too instead of teasing me with your fancy smancy pictures :-p...As always looks devorable and I bet was too..

How abt you make those and I will make the tea you like ;)

Nithu Bala said...

Very yummy..perfect snack for tea time..