Ribbon Pakoda |Ola Pakoda Recipe-A savory snack for Deepavali




Ingredients:

2 cups rice flour
1 cup gram flour
1 tsp red chili powder/grounded powder of 5 red chillies
Salt to taste
Oil For Frying
1 tbsp butter



Method:





Mix the rice flour, gram flour, salt  in a vessel
Powder the red chillies in mixie into fine powder and suave them,otherwise the seeds will disturb u while pressing into the mould.If  you don't want to powder the red chili ,You can add the red chili powder also.
Add the red chili powder into the flour and mix it well.
Heat the butter and let it cool for sometime.No need to cool completely,you can add the Luke warm butter into the flour.Add water little by little and make the flour into a chapati like dough.
Heat oil in a heavy bottomed kadai, and when the oil is hot add a little piece of dough to check for the hotness. When the dough raises immediately then the oil is ready for frying.
Put 1 hand full of dough into a press, and close the press with ribbon pakoda mould. Squeeze the dough to a big circle.
Deep fry the ribbon padoka in low flame till it is crisp.
Take it out and place it in a paper towel to remove excess oil and allow it to cool.
Store it in a air tight container and serve.
The delicious ribbon padoka is ready to serve.

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  1. Hi Prema,

    The ribbon pakodas have come out gr8 dear..I love them>.:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  2. RibbonPakoda looks delicious. Nice and crispy.

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  3. These look awesome and I have all the ingredients on hand.

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  4. Ribbon pakodas look perfect! :)

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  5. I love the name.. looks so good,irresistible snack..perfectly done prema!

    US Masala

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  6. My fav, how much i love to munch on these..Looks crunchy and perfect

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  7. Luks crunchy and delish .....

    Cheers n Happy Cooking,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  8. Crispy and great lookng ribbon pakodas..

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  9. this looks perfect and crispy....nicely explained.

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  10. looks crispy n yummy thanks for sharing the recipe

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  11. My fav!!Mom had made this just last week..

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  12. That looks very crunchy and delicious.

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  13. I love thatai. I make it every deepavali. I can never get sick of this one.

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  14. The snack looks perfect and mouth watering!

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  15. That sure is one awesome ribbon pakoda. Perfect click.

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  16. Beautiful click..the pic say's it all..crunchy and yummy

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  17. Crispy pakodas looks awesome..

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  18. ohhh am drooling over here, wish to tear my screen and grab them :)

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  19. They have come out so perfect and crispy..would be a great tea time snack...

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  20. Dear Prema
    Dussera and Durga puja greetings to you. I was bit tied up and cd not visit blogs. I like this one..But dont have the gadget to make this.
    Let me see what great recipes I have missed out.
    Have a nice week

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  21. looks crispy n yum yum pakodas..

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  22. Wow lovely.. must be tasted very good:)

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  23. Love ribbon pakoda..This looks perfect..

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  24. looks so crispy!!

    There is an award for u in my blog.Kindly collect it...

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  25. Thanks pj for sharing the award with me.

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  26. Dear Prema, mouth-watering recipes.. thanks for creating such a beautiful bloog.. really vry useful.. i have a doubt. the rice powder u have mentioned for all murukkas varieties is from raw rice or boiled rice..?

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  27. Thanks for the comments and ur lovely words,its raw rice...

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