Yayyyyyyyy I got another award. Thanks to Leena of Namma Saviruchi for sharing this lovely loving award. Thanks dear for remembering and passing it to me... That counts to 3 "One Lovely Blog award" from Reva, Tahemeem and now Leena...
So now to the passing ceremony.. I pass this to these lovely bloggers...
1. Soumya of Entepachakalokam
2. Ramya of Hotfrommyoven
3. Sojo of my culinary experiments
4. Anu of Bhalokhabo
5. Smitha of Smithasspicyflavors
7. Sensible Vegetarian
8. Krithi of Krithiskitchen
9. Aipi of USMasala
13. Kitchen queen of kattameethatheeka
15. Reshmi of Funwidfud
I am really sorry for missing a few blogmates... I am limited to pick nly 15 though I wish to pass on this award to everyone... Everyone in this blogging world deserves this award. Sorry guys...
1.Accept the award. Post it in your blog with the name of the blogger who has given u this award with a link to his/her blog.
2.Pass it on to 15 other blogger friends.... to keep the ball rolling.
3.Let the nominated blogger know about their award [leave a comment in their most recent post].
So now onto the recipe...
This is one tasty recipe which both the veggies and non veggies relish. Cauliflowers are cheap and plenty in this month of the year. Huss dear loves any fried items. So thought of making him some hot pakoras today evening
Serves 2; Preparation time - 15 mins
Cauliflower florets - 25 bite sized
Gram flour - 3 tablespoons
Rice flour - 1 1/2 tablespoon
Corn flour - 1 tablespoon (Added to give crispiness)
Chilli powder - as needed
Salt - to taste
Baking soda - 1/4 teaspoon
Oil - to fry
Mix all the above ingredients and marinate for 10 minutes. Deep fry in oil. Place in paper towel, drain the excess oil and serve hot with tomato ketchup.
Hot Gobi 65 aka Cauliflower pakoda aka Cauliflower fritters ready to serve !!!