Crispy Spinach Pakoras Recipe by Manjula Indian Vegetarian Gourmet

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  1. Wow! I just made them yesterday, and it was sooooooo delicious that I couldn't stop eaten them! Realy good taste and texture. Very very crispy! Thank you!!

  2. Ciao Manjula,
    bahut bahut dhanyawad for your recipes. I make many of them almost easily and I often succeed, but I fail to make this one.
    My problem is: batter doesn't stick to the spinach leaf once I put it in the oil. I've tried thicker batter and thinner, and spinach leaves are fresh and not wet. Also I tried with different oil / temperature / etc.
    What can I add to the batter to make it stick to the leaf?
    My only solution, so far, is to add an egg to the batter.
    Please suggest. Thank you πŸ™‚

  3. Hi,
    You made my day :). I live alone and dont kno much about cooking. I really felt like eating pakoras and searched on youtube. I followed your recipe and it was great !! Thank you very much for simple recipe. I appreciate it

  4. Hello Aunty, your recipes are so simple and easy to make, i love it and today i saw the spinach pakoras, will surely try them and let you know how it came out. Aunty please assist me with how to make that katta meetha chutney at home, the sweet and tangy taste doesnt balance whenever i make. Regards, Savitha, Bangalore

  5. Wow,….I'm a spinach freak,….luv it in salad raw and cooked, Popeye-style, and now as a snack? Definitely tryin' these Crispy Spinach Pakoras out soon,…thumbs up to ya and thankin' ya for the AWESOME upload!! = )

  6. Manjula auntee Jee again you are just sssssssssssoooooooooo sweet. Motherly love emerging from you ! Pay lagoo ! Thank you. Ps: to all auntee jee's fan Manjula auntee is not only the best cook I watch her video sometimes just to cheer me up when am stress or worried. She is medice for the soul !

  7. @DeeHong depending on the type of oil you use you can decrease the fat content- also since the batter is fairly thin it doesnt absorb much oil, and any leftover oil should drip onto the paper towel thats on the plate..but, i think for this recipe you might be able to bake them and still have them come out pretty good if you want to take the oil aspect out altogether πŸ™‚

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