Thursday, July 23, 2020

Bitter Gourd / Maadu Haagala Kayi Pakoda

Maadu Haagala Kayi / One of the Indian Type of Bitter Gourd is grown in Indian Karaavali / South Indian Vegetable. I got this from here in Bangalore in Our Mangalore Store. Though bitter gourd is normally bitter this variety is not at all bitter. We do use this for curries and other Bajji / Pakodas.



Here is a simple Pakoda, prepared with Maadu Haagala/ Bitter Gourd.
Maadu Haagala /Bitter Gourd (a variety of bitter gourd), which is normally grown on the top of housed in village. It is a climber and spreads nicely on top and so it is called Maadu Haagal Kayi.
 I have used Maadu Haagala Kayi, besan/chenna flour/gram flour, rice flour, jeera, chilly powder and salt. No soda or baking powder is used. I use Safola Oil for frying.
Let us see the recipe Now :
Things Needed :
Maadu Haagala Kayi : 3 to 4

Besan/Gram flour/kadlehittu/ Channa dal flour : 1 Cup
Red Chilly Powder : 1 Tsp
Rice flour : 2 Tbs
Jeera/Cumin Seeds :
Salt : As required
Coriander Leaves : 2 Tbs
Oil : To Fry : 1 Cup

Method :

1. Wash and scrape out the outer layer in thin layer of Maadu Haagalakayi.
2. Cut into circle shape.

3. Take a big bowl, add a cup of besan/gram flour, chilly powder, salt and mix it well.
4. Add rice flour, add required water and mix it well. The batter should be like idli dough consistency. Add washed and cut coriander leaves.


5. Keep frying pan and add oil. Heat oil.
6. Dip the pieces in ready batter and put it slowly in hot oil.



7. At time you can put 4 to 5 pieces and fry. Fry on both sides.


8. Take it out and put it on a kitchen tissue.

9. Serve Hot Maadu Haagala kayi Pakoda with your choice of dip.

Note :

Let the batter be bit thick, so that it turns fluffy and nice to eat. Adding any other spice like garam masala, chat masala etc is optional.
Time : 20 Minutes
Serves : 3 to 4 .

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