For quick and easy tea time snacks crispy onion pakora is the best idea. I think it is the easiest snack ever. Anyone can make this recipe with a few ingredients. For crispy onion pakora, we use only 4- 5 ingredients like gram flour, chili powder, onion, green chili, salt, and turmeric powder. It is also a good idea as a side dish with traditional Indian food. Learn how to make onion snacks easily at your home.
How to make onion pakora crispy?
My mom tried a couple of times to make it. But every time she failed to make it crispy. But while I shared my idea with mom then she could make it perfect. To make crispy onion pakora follow these steps. I am sure you will able to make this snack perfect crispy.
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Slice onions into thin size– To make crunchy pakoda it is very important to slice the onion into thin size.
Squeeze onion– Squize sliced by pressing a hand to release moist from them. If the juice can be squeezed out, then the pakora must be crunchy.
Add a little amount of water– Don’t add excess water when you prepare the mixture of onion and gram flour. Add a little amount of water so that the mixture should be thick and dry type.
Serve crispy and crunchy onion pakora with homemade green chutney or a mixture of tomato ketchup nad hot red chili sauce. You may add some salads also.
- Deep-frying pan
- mixing bowl
- 1 cup thin-sliced onion
- ½ cup gram flour
- 2 tbsp rice flour
- 1 tbsp red chili powder
- 2 tbsp sliced green chili
- ⅓ tbsp turmeric powder
- 2 tbsp fresh coriander leaves (chopped)
- salt to taste
- cooking oil to deep fry
- chat masala for extra flavor
- Slice onion into thin size.
- Take this sliced onion in a big mixing bowl and squeeze with the help of a hand to remove moist from this. Keep it aside for 5 minutes.
- Add gram flour, rice flour, chili powder, sliced green chili, turmeric powder, salt, coriander leaves, and a pinch of baking soda with onion. Combine these with a small amount of water.
- Mix well and make a dry type batter. Remember don't make the batter thin or extra moist.
- Heat a deep frying pan over medium flame. Pour enough cooking oil to deep fry. Let the oil heat enough.
- Check the oil is heated enough by dip a small amount of dough. If the dough sinks over without browning then the heat is perfect to deep fry.
- Take the batter and add in the oil into a small size. Fry in batches.
- Stir them often and often to fry all sides perfectly. Fry them until crisp or red-brown.
- Remove from the oil and keep on a paper towel to remove excess oil from it.
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