Kadi pakodi recipe

If you try a little and think of a proper substitute, you really do not have to give up your favourite food just for the sake of fats/oil used in them and putting on weight . After I came to know from the blogosphere that your paniyaaram pan /Aebelskiver pan can be used in a number of other ways too and not just for making paniyaarams, I have been regularly using it for different purposes. I hate deep frying. I do it only once in a while or if its really necessary to do so. In this case, I made the pakodas in paniyaaram pan instead of deep frying them. That made no difference to the taste of the delicious kadi pakodi. I love it with chapatis/phulkas. See a similar version of laavanya’s from whom I got the idea of using the paniyaaram pan.

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Kadi pakodi recipe Yum
Course side dish
Cuisine north indian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Course side dish
Cuisine north indian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Combine buttermilk and gram flour. Mix well and keep aside. Heat oil in a pan. Add mustard seeds, cumin seeds and asafoetida. Then add the ginger garlic and green chilly paste. Saute for few seconds.Add the buttermilk mixture. Mix well and heat it it thickens a little. Don't overboil it.
Recipe Notes

Pakodas-

Add the chopped onion,chopped coriander and green chillies in a bowl. Then add the turmeric powder and salt . Then add the besan/gram flour. Mix well adding a little water to form a thick paste. Heat a teaspoon of oil and add in the paste and mix well.

Now add few drops of oil in the paniyaaram pan. Add the paste in each of the cups of the pan. Allow it to cook well on both sides.

How to proceed-

Add the pakodas to the kadi just about 20 to 30 minutes before you serve. Serve as a side sish with hot phulkas or jeera rice.

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36 Comments

  1. Sowmya, Kadhi is my favourie. Nice idea of making pakodas in paniyaram pan. Next time i will surely try. Grab your Award please.

     
  2. Sukanya Ramkumar

    This is a very nice recipe. Looks so gorgeous. YUM! Have bookmarked it…

    Belated Valentine’s Day Wishes!!!!!

     
  3. Taste of Mysore

    kadi pakodi and rice is my favo! I am yet to use that paniyaram pan for deep frying….kadhi looks umm..can I come for lunch? if u still have it ..

     
  4. Sowmya Madhavan

    you are welcome anytime lakshmi..

     
  5. Hey sowmya, that’s a totally new idea to me! love it! great way to enjoy delicious kadi without guilt.

     
  6. sriharivatsan

    Sowmya, this is a nice and wonderful idea..Simply superb dear..

     
  7. Looks delicious the kadi and pakodi! Lovely use of Paniyaram pan.

     
  8. RAKS KITCHEN

    Wow,what a colour sowmya! I have never tried this,sure should try out somtime,looks so tempting!

     
  9. Hi Sowmya, delicious recipe, pick up ur award from my blog dear 🙂

     
  10. even i bought the appam pan here…kadhi looks delicious,..:-)

     
  11. Wow tempting and alluring recipe. Makes me hungry. Congrats on the award.

     
  12. Guess what’s in the draft? HeHe! Looks yum. Baking Pakodi is a great idea, ne fried them. Enjoy! 🙂

     
  13. I too love pakora kadhi, but to avoid deep frying, i just make chillas(pancakes )out of it, n break it in pieces before adding it to kadhi..
    Urs kadhi color came out so nice sowmya..

     
  14. I have been wanting to try kadhi pakodis for sometime now using paniyaram pan, yours have turned out wonderfully…tempting me to try soon 🙂

     
  15. Looks so yummy delicious.

     
  16. wow my fav..love the idea of using paniyaram pan..drooling….

     
  17. Pavithra Kodical

    This is a great idea..I love to try this way now..Thanks..

     
  18. Just felt like having this rt now…i mean RIGHT NOWWWWWWW 🙂

     
  19. I like this dish a lot with some plain rice. Pure bliss. Nice idea to use tht pan to fry them.

     
  20. very yummy 🙂
    I am going to buy the kuzhi paniyaaram pan for sure! 🙂

     
  21. using paniyaaram pan for pakodas is a gr8 idea sowmya..

     
  22. My family loves kadhi pakodi even tho i am not too ond of it. urs have lovely color & a healthy version too.

     
  23. kadhi loooks tempting and great..

     
  24. Madhu's cooking gallery

    Wow! nice idea to use the paniyarm pan! Kadhi looks perfect and Yum!

    Thank you for adding me in you list Sowmya!

     
  25. Adlak's tiny world

    Aeh excellent idea of using paniyaram pan for pakodi.. its my daughter’s favrt.. tempting one.

     
  26. Wow! what an excellent idea of using paniyaram pan… just love it… there is something waiting for u in my blog:)

     
  27. I’m so happy with this method too and we love the kadhi made from this… Yours looks great Sowmya.

     
  28. mmm. mouth-watering kadi! Nice idea to use paniyaram pan for pakodas. Beautiful color!

     
  29. This dish is entirely new to me ..looks yummy !!!

     
  30. Mahimaa's kitchen

    i shud also try baked pakodis. its in the list to try.. looks yummy Sowmya.

     
  31. I always fry the pakodas/ambodes and then add it to kadi. But using a paniyaram pan is totally new to me. Would definitely try out this method. Thanks for sharing 🙂

     
  32. Viki's Kitchen

    Making pakodi in panniyaram pan is a good idea. Kadi looks inviting.

     
  33. your kadhi has got such a lovely colour. And the idea of using that pan is so great!

     
  34. Your kadhi looks so yummy & u got such nice color…what is paniyaram…I have no idea

     
  35. Yummy recipe Sowmya. You can send to the event at my blog 🙂

     
  36. Nice dish!! i have tasted in restaurants and always wanted to make this.Congratulations for the awards!!

     

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