BM #104 Day 11 - 

For the 5th day of snacks from Odisha, check these fenugreek Fritters or Methi Bora as they are called in Odiya.

These are super simple to make if methi leaves are handy.
My kids complained that they were a tad bitter but the adults loved it. I later asked my kids to eat it with yogurt rice and they finished their share :).

Recipe Source here
Ingredients - 

*Fenugreek leaves / Methi leaves  chopped 1 cup
Ajwain 1 tsp
Green Chilies crushed as needed
Salt, Grated Garlic, Red Chili Powder, Garam Masala as needed
Besan / Gram Flour 1/2 Cup or as needed
Water as needed

*I used Frozen Methi which I thawed which came to be a cup



Method Of Preparation -

In a bowl, add the chopped methi, salt, ajwain and set aside for a while.

Add in the crushed Green Chilies, Red chili powder, Grated Garlic, Garam Masala as needed.

Add besan and mix well to make a stiff batter.

Heat oil and make teaspoon sized portions and gently drop them into the hot oil and allow them to fry all over.

Remove them on to paper towels when they are golden brown.

Continue frying the rest of the batter.







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Preparation Time 45 minutes
Serves 4-5

6 comments

  1. Srivalli Says:
  2. I am sure those pakodas must have tasted out of the world!.. I love the ones where greens are added as its a good way to include these. Very nice pick Harini.

     
  3. These pakoras look so nice and crisp , so nutritious too ! We normally make these with spinach , but I bet these must be tastier . Great share .

     
  4. These pakoras look nice and crispy Harini. We also make them with Spinach but meths looks really interesting. Will try them. Nice share Harini.

     
  5. sushma Says:
  6. Methi Pakodas look super inviting, nice and crunchy. NIce pick

     
  7. Suma Gandlur Says:
  8. The fritters look crispy and inviting. I had a similar experience recently of the bitterness of the methi coming through a fried dish. I was wondering whether it was because of the strongly flavored home grown methi.

     
  9. Narmadha Says:
  10. Methi pakoda looks so healthy and delicious. perfect for evening snack with cup of Tea

     
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