Sunday lunch - 1st part! Some pakoras: aubergine slices halved, onion-aubergine chopped and cauliflower florets. With our favourite dips: mint raita and tomato chutney.

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traceyross
9 months

Thank you @boo for your batter recipe and advice.

Hari Ghotra
9 months

Delicious nibbles @boo - they sound so good!

Jo dunn
9 months

I will! Thank you for that @boo 🙌💕

boo
9 months

@Jo dunn

boo
9 months

The pakoras are not "deep fried" (like potato fries). I fry them golden brown on both sides in a frying pan with 0,5 centimeter oil. The oil can be re-used 3 times.
Give it a try! @Jo dunn

Jo dunn
9 months

Must try these @boo, no confidence in deep frying, thanks for the tips 🙌💕

boo
9 months

Oops @traceyross!!

boo
9 months

For the batter I take (for this portion, serves 4 well!) 80 gr gram flour, 20 gr rice flour, 120 gr cold water, salt, a pinch of turmeric and a pinch of chili powder. Optional roasted cumin seeds. @traceyross

traceyross
9 months

I must try making pakora @boo my list keeps growing. I do enjoy it and yours look so good.

joncrewgee
9 months

Fantastic @boo so quick to do but taste sooooo good 🤗

boo
9 months

Aloo Gobi is “quick and easy”, but you’re right: 3 pans of Pakora take time. @traceyross
Pakora is a great starter! I like it as well with chicken, prawns and squid.

traceyross
9 months

Beautiful looking lunch @boo you have been busy 💞