Sunday, December 25, 2011

Vegetable Pakoras, Sweet Peppers & Fritters: Guest Post for Rasa Malysia

This time of the year is all about fun - fall - family and festivities. In these chilling winters, I just  want to curl up in a cozy blanket and watch my all time favorite movies and enjoy my hot cuppah chai with mixed vegetable pakoras. U bet its a great feeling - difficult to beat. What better than do what you like to do & get a chance to do a feature on Bee's fabulous site "Rasa Malaysia"I have always been very found of her easy to make and authentic recipes and look forward to her collection for all special occasions. I am really happy to do this feature & hope I will do justice to the high standards Bee sets for Rasa Malaysia.


So today we are going to do some Mixed Vegetable Pakoras - one of the most popular Indian snacks. Pakoras always make a special place on the table as appetizers  loved by family and in formal buffets too, across the globe. It's an interesting way to add some spice and zing to the veggies once in a while and the hot combo is simply irresistible.


Have you ever tried Stuffed peppers with spiced potato stuffing and coat in chickpea flour batter and fried as pakoras. Must do !!!


Enjoy it piping hot from the pan to the platter with sweet tomato, coriander and tamarind chutney and of course hot cup Five spice chai or Belgian Hot Chocolate.

So lets head to Rasa Malaysia to see the recipe,
Hope you will enjoy this experience...

Love all, Sonia !




13 comments:

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious looking pakoras looks superb

Santosh Bangar said...

super mouthwatering pakora

Priya said...

Wow deep fried beauties looks absolutely super crispy and stunning.

TheYummyMorsel said...

Oh my! They looks so inviting.

FoodEpix said...

Looks delicious. Would love for you to share your pictures with us over at foodepix.com.

Indie.Tea said...

Such gorgeous shots.
And the dishes all look so delicious.

Deeps @ Naughty Curry said...

hmmm, perfect for winter! looks great :)

Peggy said...

What a wonderful guest post! I love pakoras =)

Anonymous said...

Wow!!!These crispy pakoras looks super delicious.Especially in winter with a cup of tea..amazing.Love your style & shots

Smita said...

looks yummy...This is the first time am visiting ur blog...its great with lots of wonderful recipes...Visit my blog if you get a chance http://tastebuds1.blogspot.com/

Kitchen Belleicious said...

I love fritters of any kind and these look sensational!

mycookinghut said...

Your vegetable pakoras look absolutely delicious!

Claudia said...

Your photos are indeed inviting. This is one delicious spread that I would love to experience. Happy 2012. May it bring you delicious days and joy.

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