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Bhajias or fritters also known as Pakoras, these
are the perfect snack for a cold, rainy day and serve them with sweet tamarind
chutney. Use any vegetable you like, here I used Cauliflower.
is low in fat, low in carbs but high in dietary fiber, folate, water,
and vitamin C, possessing a high nutritional density. Cauliflower
contains several phytochemicals, common in the cabbage family that
may be beneficial to human health.
may protect against cancer.
an estrogen antagonist,
slowing the growth of cancer cells. (from Wikipedia)
salt, carom seeds, red chillies powder, and turmeric powder and meetha soda. Add
enough water for thick and smooth batter.
sized cauliflower and separate florets from cauliflower.
vegetable oil in the wok on medium flame. When oil is hot enough, dip the
florets in batter and coat well.
look crisp and golden. Remove them crisp and tasty bhajjia on kitchen towel to
remove excess oil.
black pepper onto florets and toss it well.
with sauces or dip.
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