Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Gul-gule'


BM # 12    Day 2

Born and brought up in Delhi I have always been fond of street food.Gul-gule'....doe’snt the name sound interesting?well...these are nothing but Moong Daal Pakoras or fritters.These are an absolute favorite with the Delhites and are sold in almost every nook and corner.Now what’s the big deal about moong daal pakoras?...yes ,you got to taste these to know what I am talking about.These have a very mild taste ,but the flavor of asofetadia is dominant,these are topped with grated radish,..the green leaves of radish are finely chopped and mixed in.To make them hot and spicy a green tangy  chutney is drizzled on top and a spicy chaat masala is sprinkled to finish off!! Now ain’t it mouth watering?...These are also called Ram Ladoos.


Here is the recipe....

Pakoras
1cup................ moong daal
Salt to taste
A big pinch asofetadia
Pinch baking powder

Soak moong daal for 5-6 hours.
Grind to a paste.
Add salt ,hing and baking powder.
Beat well.
Fry the pakoras.

Garnish
2 cups .............shredded radish
¼ cup.............. shredded radish leaves
Chaat masala

Chutney
4-6.................... green chillies
A small bunch coriander leaves
Few mint leaves
¼ cup.............. light tamarind juice
Salt to taste
Mix all ingredients and blend .
The chutney should be runny / watery.

Assembling
Place the pakoras in a plate.
Sprinkle the radish mixed with greens.
Drizzle the chutney.
Sprinkle chaat masala.








Each pakora is relished with this fresh radish salad and chutney ,but eat these right away ,else they get soggy.

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a vendor selling these Gul-gulas'

ready to be eaten
These are off to Srvalli's BM # 12 Susan's MMLA#43 ,and Street Food.


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15 comments:

  1. Omg, seriously drooling over that last click, gul gule looks absolutely irresistible..

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  2. Simply Superb. Nice decoration with radish.

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  3. Ummm I am drooling,,,I have seen this in Delhi buut never tatsted ,.,will try this time,..:)

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  4. yummy and mouth watering, this is very new to me, but i am sure this tastes amazing. Loved the vendor click

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  5. I never heard of these before and the pictures are mouthwatering..

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  6. Drooling here......love to taste some now:-)

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  7. A perfect snack for a winter evening me too mouthwatering...

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  8. This is totally yummy recipe...I am loving it dear..Will try it soon..

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  9. Lovely post! I grew up in Delhi too and was planning to do a Ram laddoo post this weekend! Now i'll have to rack my brains to come up with something else! This looks mouth-watering and i'm really waiting to go to delhi in the winter and eat this hot :)
    -http://foodiliciousnan.wordpress.com

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  10. Gul-gule' is new to me too. It looks very tasty! Thanks for another great entry to My Legume Love Affair.

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  11. That is a mouthwatering street food. I want some. You are an amazing blogger. You introduce me to many new delights!

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  12. gulgule sounds funny but I know this one is super tempting one, one of my fave street food. drooling ...

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  13. Awesome..totally rocking..will be back to read the recipe completely..I am tempted with the pictures that you shared on the street food..:)

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  14. my husband belongs ti delhi and he makes gul gules but it i snot the moong dal pakoras he makes but a sweet from atta and gud.. they call that gulgule.. ithink its also called pua or so.. the pakoras they call ram ladoo...

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  15. Mouth watering and one of my favorite street food. I have one question. Yesterday I made it but it was hard. Can you tell me how can I make it soft and can we make it one day ahead of the party day. Will they be soft.

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