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Monday, October 11, 2010

ribbon-pakoda-recipe

I am trying this ribbon pakoda for  the first time… Now a days my kiddo wants to munch something right after he come back from school, so inspite of giving him the store bought chips or some other junk food,I try to make some dry snacks and keep it for a week,he too enjoys all these home made snacks now a days ..

Ribbon pakoda/ Ola pakoda

Ribbon pakkoda recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Snack
Prep Time: 5 mins    |  Cook time: 25 mins    Makes: 4 cups

Ingredients


Rice flour(or idiyappam flour)  2 cups 
Gram flour/Kadala maavu  1/2 cup 
Pepper powder(coarse)  3/4 tsp 
Butter  2 tblsp 
Oil  2 – 3 tblsp 
Asafoetida powder  1/2 tsp 
Salt & water  As needed 
Oil  For deep frying 

 

Method:

  1. Mix rice flour,gram flour,pepper powder,butter(softened),oil,asafoetida,salt well.
  2. Ingredients
  3. Then add water little by little to make a stiff,non-sticky,dough.
  4. Dough
  5. Apparently heat oil in a kadai.Fill the murukku press with the prepared dough, with the ribbon pakoda plate.
  6. Ola pakoda plate
  7. Press the dough in hot oil in a circular way to form a single layer. Dont layer so much,just one layer to ensure even and quick cooking.
  8. in oil
  9. When the bubbles reduces,flip the pakoda and cook again till the bubbles ceases and the ‘shhh’ sound  reduces.
  10. Drain it in the paper towel,after cooled down store in airtight container to enjoy these crisp flavourful pakodas!
  11. Drain in kitchen towel

Notes:

  • I Added pepper powder as I like the pepper flavour and I wanted the pakoda to be more on whiter side.
  • You can replace the pepper powder with 3/4 tsp red chilli powder and 1/8 tsp turmeric.
  • Make sure the pepper powder is fine enough to get through the press holes. Sometimes if its grainy, then it gets stuck in the hole.

The flavor of this snack is more the next day,I loved the pepper flavor the best in it!

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74 comments:

  1. The name Ribbon Pakoda itself is so amusing ...... luv the clicks. Perfect for tea time.

    Cheers n Happy Cooking,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  2. Mmm... one of my favt.. looks perfect dear! Adding pepper powder is new, will try out sometime!

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  3. ribbon pakodas looks so perfect ...super crisp n delicious ...my amma used to made for this puja ...now i am terribly missing it..happy durga puja to u n ur family

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  4. Looks very crispy and Perfect for tea time snack...nice clicks..

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  5. so crispy,..perfect for kids,.

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  6. It looks so good....irresistible snack

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  7. my son's fav one. Adding pepper powder is very new to me.the pictures reminds me of stalls in native place where they used to display the ribbon pakods like this.nice click and lovely presentation

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  8. Ribbon pakoda looks perfectly made . Must have been finished within few minutes after being cooked

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  9. I have heard a lot about this one..love the name ribbon pakoda :)..this is the best I have seen..tempted to try it out..thanks for sharing Raks!

    US Masala

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  10. Ribbon pakoda super Raji.

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  11. ribbon pakoda is very tempting.., where do you stay in Singapore, I'll come down to eat this ;)

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  12. You have done it so perfectly raks, crispy and a good tea time snack...

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  13. Looks crispy and tempting...I like ribbon pakoda sounds easy but dono whether I'l get it right first time :) Urs look perfect!

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  14. Hi Rajeswari,

    Dats a easy and yummy evening snack..

    Dr.Sameena@

    www.myeasytocoorecipes.blogspot.com

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  15. Yummy crunchy ribbon pakoda...delicious

    Pushpa @ simplehomefood.com

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  16. Tempting pakoda.Looks crispy and perfect.

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  17. Ribbon Pakoda looks so perfect Raks! Lovely clicks too :)...

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  18. ribbon pakoda we make generlly on festival but the way u show in pic is looking suparb

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  19. Just in time for deepavali.. adding pepper pwd was brilliant.. And of course your pic is beautiful as usual..

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  20. only yesterday I was wondering what to make with this ribbon pressure and was discussing with Hubby. now here you are sharing this recipe. perfect recipe and great timing...can make these for Vijoya this year.

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  21. I want them, looks crunchy delicou. you are so good in making all these traditional snacks.

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  22. Bookmarking Raaji ... will be helfpful for Diwali savories .. :)

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  23. Prefect looking ribbon pakodas Raji, awesome!

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  24. They look so neat and yummy :) your dishes look so classic and makes me feel like trying immediately :) yummy :)

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  25. Nice presentation......................

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  26. Ribbon Pakoda luks awesome,Nice idea of adding pepper powder.Kids love it...

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  27. yummy..Looks so perfect.
    http://epicureansdelight.blogspot.com/2010/08/mashed-potato.html

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  28. Looks perfect...yummy n crunchy snack...

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  29. very good recipe to try for navarathri and diwali....

    thanks for sharing dear...


    http://akilaskitchen.blogspot.com

    regards,
    Akila

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  30. Oh that looks absolutely perfect (like so many of your other dishes) Raks.

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  31. Looks so perfect,yummy snack..thanks for sharing

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  32. Looks perfect & crispy.. nice clicks..why you used idiyappam flour??Any diff from ordinary rice flour??

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  33. In my house when I make such snacks, as soon as I remove it from the oil to plate it dissappears:)
    lovely looking pakodas!

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  34. Beautiful!! Love ribbon pakoda.

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  35. very yum looking pakodas! In my house if I make such item they disappear as soon as I remove it from oil:)

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  36. Crispy and crunchy ribbon pakoda..looks tempting!

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  37. Wow that my fav one.Looks so so delicious and i have never added pepper powder but this sounds interesting will try adding it next time. All the pictures are super cool and can make any one drool.

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  38. Beautiful presentation...love the crispy pakoda!!

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  39. Bookmarked surly make for this Diwali. Ribbon pakora looks divine, yummooo!!

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  40. My all time favorite snack..Feel like grabbing some from the plate here..Beautiful clicks..

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  41. That looks beautiful...I will soon making it for Diwali!

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  42. Love the clicks . Its perfect and crispy. Hopw Ajay is enjoying your crispies

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  43. That looks beautiful and the color is perfect!

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  44. wow...its very tempting..happy snacking..

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  45. They came out just amazing...who says no to such yummy munchies...I love the pepper flavor for murukku...

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  46. Crunchy and delicious....

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  47. looks like Diwali has come to your house already! nice ribbon pakodas!:)

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  48. The name ribbon pakoda is so intriguing... A great tea-time Snack.

    Beautiful clicks!

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  49. Lovely! Just love this... and a beautiful presentation.

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  50. looks so yummy.. wonderful clicks too.

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  51. So perfect.. n crunchy.. wished i lived next door.. my kiddo would have grabbed them too

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  52. hi Rajeswari

    pls check out my blog for a surprise...

    cheers

    roshan

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  53. wowww..looks so crispy n crunchy Raks..this is my all time fav.. :)

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  54. Perfect ribbon pakodas. Clicks are very tempting :):)

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  55. looks absolutely tempting n crisp...beautiful golden color..

    Tasty Appetite

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  56. Looks crunchy and a perfect snack to munch around.

    Aaha Oho

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  57. this looks fabulous! loved the addition of pepper powder...

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  58. very crunchy I like this snack, I will make very rarely.

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  59. mouthwatering pakodas!!! very tempting.

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  60. Your ribbon pakoda is a work of perfection!

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  61. Raks, I tried it yesterday and it came out very well.
    Kids and friends liked it a lot.

    and keep sharing such norukk's, i shall prepare for diwali.

    iam referring your blog to my friends, who all wants to try sweets for diwali..

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  62. Thanks Raks..Tried today and came out very well..crunchy and crispy :)

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  63. Thanks Raks for your detailed pics on ola pakoda. came out extremely well n so crispy. :)

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  64. can i use puttu powder (roasted rice flour) instead of idiyappam flour?

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  65. One problem I find with puttu flour is it is too coarse and becomes brittle while you squeeze into oil. May be you should try with small amount and see.

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  66. I tried it really it came out really well, thanks for ur recepie.....

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  67. I tried it and came out well, yummy crispy :-), thanks for ur recepie.....

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  68. Can u pls tel me 1 cup means how many ml or weight? So it wil be easy to try this.

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    1. my 1 cup holds 240ml of liquid. Please refer FAQs for more details of measurements I use.

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  69. It really looks so strange and delicious:) thanks for sharing;)

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  70. it is a awesome recipe, only change i did was 2 cups rice,1 cup besan and it came really good..:)

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  71. I tried it yesterday and it came out really good. :)
    will try all your recipes... thanks raks.

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  72. Addition of pepper is new to me .I add Pottukadalai .That makes ribbon pakoda more crispier.

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