Aloo Pakoda | Potato Fritters Recipe

Aloo Pakoda | Potato Fritters Recipe

 Urulai kizhangu bhaji aloo bhajiya recipe
Gong Xi Fa Cai to all celebrating Chinese New Year, may year of Dragon be more fruitful n joyful.
Coming back to today’s recipes whether we call it Aloo Pakoda/pakora or Bhajiya as at in-law’s call it or south Indian style bhajji, it’s the same thing, now a days we have rain God blessing in Singapore and aloo bhajiya is perfect company along with garama garm Chai aka Tea to enjoy the rain.  Normally potato fritters is made by cutting the potatoes in thin roundels and dipping in gram flour batter which I have blogged in my Assorted Pakoras Post
Aloo pakora recipe

This style of making pakoras is my mom recipe, and this more tasty than the usual aloo bhajiya, she doesn’t add curry leaves but I do as curry leaves adds good flavour to the pakoras and I also add rice flour to bring little crunchiness ….so do try adding both.
potato fritters alu bhajiya
Ingredients [Serves 3-4]
Potato – 2 Large
Besan/Chickpeas Flour – 1 Cup
Rice Flour – 2
Curry Leaves – 1 sprig [chopped]
Red Chilli Powder – 1 tsp
Turmeric Powder – 1/2 tsp
Cooking Soda – 1/4 tsp
Salt – to taste
Water – as needed (around 1/8 cup)
Hot Oil – 2 tbsp
Oil – To deep fry
aloo potato pakora recipe
1. Peel, wash and dice potatoes, transfer in a large bowl and add rest of ingredients except oil.
Aloo Pakoda-1
2. Give a good stir, now add water 1 tbsp at a time and mix until everything comes together, this doesn’t require so much of water so keep adding water only in less quantity. 
Aloo Pakoda recipe
3. Heat oil a in wok, take 2 tbsp of hot oil & mix with potato mixture.   Scoop a spoon of batter and drop in oil, do this 4-5 times to get 4-5 pakoras and fry until golden brown in medium heat. 
If using hand, scoop around 4-5 pieces of potato for one pakora and deep fry.
Alu potato pakode recipe
Delicious pakoda/bhaji is ready.
Urulai kizhangu bhaji potato baaji
Have it with coconut chutney, sauce or just with hot tea/coffee. 
Aloo bhajiya recipe
Have a nice day ~~
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  1. Delicious and crispy looking potato fritters.

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  2. Nice tea time snack !! looks so crispy !!

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  3. I really am salivating for a plate of these right now - we are just getting ready to watch a movie - Ides of March and I am so wanting something snacky :)
    LOVE IT!

  4. yummy fritters, wonderful snack Priti..

  5. Hey mouthwatering yaar......wish i was there to have this

  6. lovely and yummy tea time snack...looks delicious.

  7. Never added rice flour in batter...would love to do it next time...pakoda's look delectable....

  8. Super crispy pakodas,feel like munching some.

  9. What a perfect snack to munch on during this weather:-) Wish i cud grab some!

  10. A tempting bhajji for this rainy weather. Hope you are enjoying this long weekend

  11. Lovely looking with a cup of tea. Nice recipe. YUM!

  12. you can pass the plate here, perfect for this weather...,

  13. I love anything with potato. If deep fried, I additive to that. no doubt. Looks very tempting.

  14. Happy holidays dear,hope u r enjoying...delicious pakoda,yummy with a cup of tea...Love the tea cup:)

  15. prits ....hw ru ? sry for absconding...:)

    I so love these pakoras...with hot cuppa tea is awesmoe...will try this :)

  16. Delicious pakoda. love to have with a cup of coffee !!

  17. my favorite snack.... i can have aloo pakoras any time with some coriander chutney and fried green chilies.

    first time to your blog priti. and you have soooo many recipes.

    thanks for your sweet comment on my space. my pleasure.....


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