12 March, 2012

Pavakkai Chips/Bitter Gourd Chips




One of  our favourite side dish!!We just enjoy this chips with bowl of Rasam Satham/Sambar Satham.My kid love to much this alone with out having any main course... Even when i was a kid i love it a lot.Simple and quick recipe...Enjoy :) 





Ingredients:

  1. Pavakkai/Bitter gourd- 2 nos
  2. Besan flour-1/2  to 3/4 cups
  3. Rice flour- 2 tablespoon
  4. Salt/Red chilly powder- According to taste
  5. Turmeric powder-little
  6. Oil-1 tablespoon and For deep frying

Method:
  • Wash the bitter gourd/pavakkai and wipe it in cloth.
  • Slice thinly in to circle shape,take out the seeds from it.
  • Take the Pavakkai in wider bowl,add turmeric and salt on top.Mix it well.
  • Close the lid ,rest this for 20 -30 mns.(Pavakkai will lose  water )
  • Now,drain all water and gently squeeze the bitter gourd.
  • After that,add red chilly powder,besan flour,rice flour and enough salt and mix well in hand.
  • Don't add water,just mix it up.
  • Coat  the besan flour mixture to all sliced Pavakkai.
  • Now deep fry this till gets crispy and changes in color.
  • Drain oil completely,Serve it with Sambar satham/Rasam/Curd rice..

Recipe's from Tamilnadu. Linking this recipe to ongoing event,  "South Indian Foods" @Foodelicious and to "Walk through memory lane" hosting by Roshan"

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17 comments:

  1. nice!.my hubby is very fond of karela...this is something i can make foe him!...tks

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  2. new to me..looks so delicious..will try this for sure!!
    Spicy-Aroma

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  3. Bittergourd chips looks crunchy and yummy.

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  4. எனக்கு மிகவும் பிடித்த சிப்ஸில் ஒன்று,நல்லா மொறுமொறுப்பா இருக்கு...

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  5. This is such a wonderful recipe..Thanks for posting it..Bookmarked..

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  6. I love it very much.Looks so tempting!

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  7. perfectly done...have with curd rice ....wow

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  8. Wow. this is an awesome recipe prabha. loved it!
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  9. B.G chips never thinked this....vl try ...thanx dear,,...

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  10. Pavakkai chips is my family fav too... I usually make pakoda:) chips looks so crunchy n perfect...well made Prabha...nice clicks !!

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  11. Pavakka chips looks very crispy.
    Very good for diabetic

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  13. Hi.
    The chips are looking nice, I must confess not my favourite but DH does like them.
    Thanks for linking it to my event.
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