Hi dear friends glad to share with you all my my guest post that I have prepared for one of my dearest friend Viji @ Vijayalakshmi who blogs at Virunthu Unna Vaanga!! This is my 10th guest post. Check it out here!!
Viji is one among my good enthusiastic friends whom I earned after I started SNC event. Needless to say, she has been a very big support, to me and my event, right from the very beginning. There are some friends who have been a pillar of support and Viji is one among them. We've been friends for long, it has been a very healthy one and am happy about that. Viji had asked me a guest post very long ago and I was able to provide her one only now. Thanks to her patience here ;) she was kind enough to wait for me and my post. Thank you Viji for the opportunity and for being such a good friend. Wishing you all success in your future endeavors!!
Coming to the recipe, Keerai pakoda (as we Tamilians call it) or pakora is one among my favorite snack, it is a such a pleasurable and tastier way of eating greens. One cannot identify the greens inside these crispy tit bits and so anyone, specially fussy eaters can be fooled into eating greens easily. I have used Arai keerai (Amaranth greens) to make these pakoras, you can use any kind of greens here. Palak (spinach or pasalai keerai) will also do well, but I haven't tried with fenugreek greens. To get perfect crispy pakoras just like the ones you get in stalls, I have shared a basic trick in the recipe.
To know more more about the guest post and the recipe hop over to Viji's space.
Check out more about us and full recipe at Viji's space and do drop in your valuable comments too !!
My Goodness... Can't take my eyes from the pakoda... Lovely pink background... Will chk Viji place def...ReplyDelete
Lovely background and pics!ReplyDelete
Thank u for the lovely post Divy... Very happy no words from me...:) Thank u again...:)ReplyDelete
So toothsome pakodas, would like to have few now, with a cup of piping hot tea. Yummyyyyy!ReplyDelete
Nice post and nice clicks too.Crispy pakoda.ReplyDelete
semma tempting dearReplyDelete
nice and yummy pakoda....ReplyDelete
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keerai means spinach..amaranth levaes r different which r in pink colour i think...check once divya...btw can`t take away my eyes 4 pics.really so crispy n tempting.ReplyDelete
Hi Maha, Keerai means greens in Tamil, Spinach is pasalai keerai in Tamil, Amaranth is Arai Keerai a type of greens may be the variety u get might be pink, am not sure about that... Since I have used the amaranth greend here I have named it so.. correct only Maha :) btw thanks for the appreciations :)Delete
wow....so tempting pakoras.....lovely guest postReplyDelete
Looks yummy n tempting:)n nice clicks.ReplyDelete
Hi Divya,The pakodas in the pink backdrop looks really stunning.Can't even decide which is the best pic.The pakodas look really crisp and yummy!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot Meena :)Delete
pakoda looks crispy,tempting clicks....ReplyDelete
wow...so crispy n yummy pakoras...inviting pics da!ReplyDelete
These keerai pakodas looks fabulous. Can munch on them anytime... Heading over to Viji's space for the recipe da.. :)ReplyDelete
Wow!!! Awesome tempting pakoda... Its raining here and now I feel like eating this:) Lovely clicks!!ReplyDelete
Superb!! Very inviting and perfectly fried!ReplyDelete
Crispy, crunchy and what not. I can have a bowl full with a cup of tea!!
Congrats on the guest post, Divya!
Divya, the clicks are gorgeous. LOVE the background, and the pakodas look perfect. Beautiful......ReplyDelete
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I love them these r my hubbys fav. I love that stunning pic divya so nice and yum.ReplyDelete
super yummy and crispy snackReplyDelete
nice pics divya ! u have a beautiful hand :)ReplyDelete
crispy and delicious pakorasReplyDelete
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so crispy n perfect!1st time here,lovely blog!ReplyDelete
looks so crisp and yum divs..how r u?ReplyDelete