Sunday, May 29, 2011

Mirchai Pakoda Chutne-a mei

BM # 5   Day 7

During summers I feel I am in a furnace and just don’t feel like eating anything hot…coolers ,salads are on a hot list…among these cant miss out on chats and preparations with chilled curd.This time have decided to post a Sindhi preparation which is chilled and satisfying to the taste buds.
Mirchai pakoda …..is chilly fritters..chutnea mei..means..in chutney..so today I shall share this recipe of chilly pakodas which are not hot…..not at all. Merged with curd and sweet imli chutney ..chilled to the core they are an absolute relish for summers.

Big green chillies
Salt
Sugar
Water

Besan
 Salt to taste
Pinch soda

Beaten curd

Garnish
Chaat masala
Red chilly pwd
Roasted jeera pwd
Black salt

Boil water in a pan.
Slit the green chillies.
Immerse them in this water adding salt and some sugar(I used about 1tbsp)
The sugar takes away the little spice the chillies have.
Boil for 2-3 minutes.
Drain in a colander.Cool.







Using besan and water make a batter for pakodas.
Add pinch soda bi carb and salt.
Fry pakodas in hot oil till golden brown.
Cool.
Cut into pieces discarding the stalk.
Arrange on the serving platter.
Add salt to beaten curd.
Pour the curd on these pakoda pieces.
Garnish with all spices.
Drizzle Shahi Imli Sonth or sweet imli chutney.
Add some coriander…n mint too if you like.
Chill and serve.
Today is the last day of this Blogging Marathon hope you enjoyed this series of Regional Cuisine where I posted the following SINDHI recipes..........
Besani Aani
Seyu Patata
Sindhi Aaloo
Daal Moong with Satpura
Kachorin ji Kadi
Seyal Maani / Fulka
Badaami Seyal Bhe'

Check out the Blogging Marathoners doing BM#5 along with me 
  Curry in a hurry under 30 min: Aarthi, Divya, Jayashree, Kaveri, Pavani
  Seven Days of Indian Sweets:Gayathri, Priya Suresh
 Seven Days of Microwave Meals: Monika
 Seven Days of Regional Specials:Harini, Vaishali, Suma, PJ
Seven Days of Colorful Dishes Kid's Special: Kalyani
Summer Coolers: Jayasree, Kamalika, Srivalli
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12 comments:

  1. What an awesome dish Vaishali..looks so inviting!..thanks for all the 7 sindhi special enjoyed reading them. will surely be back to read more in detail on the recipes..

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  2. wonderful dish... nice finish... all the recipes are yummy and superb...

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  3. Omg, wat a fantastic dish, never heard about this,enjoyed all ur delicious sindhi dishes thorough out this week,fantastic..

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  4. Mouth watering for sure! Never heard of this process with mirchi bajji!

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  5. Mouthwatering...Avery new way of having Mirchi Bhajjis...Loved all the Recipes you posted under Sindhi Special

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  6. Vaishali, every single day of this BM, I have learned something new from your blog. Thank you so much for sharing these recipes.

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  7. Never knew we could serve the chilli bajjis like dahi wada style. Wow...I have thoroughly enjoyed this series.

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  8. Thats a very interesting dish. We usually stop after making the fried mirchi, but you took it a little further with the addition of yogurt.

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  9. wow, this is another bookmarked one. Girl, you are increasing my list. I am going to die of overdose of these delicious recipes. Love it :)

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  10. wow, that is mouthwatering!

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  11. That's an outstanding one!! Really glad to follow u, dear! :)
    Anjali
    Spice n Sugar Tales
    http://anjali-cooklog.blogspot.com

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