Past few years we were lucky that Ramadan started during summer holidays and most of time I was in India but this is the first time that kids are fasting and going to school ….. for sure its little tiring for all of us but Allahumdullah ,kids never complained once that they were tired even though we break our fast at 7:15 pm , so to make them feel special I make dishes that they like and when I saw this recipe , I knew it would a hit among kids as they love noodles and pakora with it was something very new and different plus the mixture was ready in few minutes
I loved the crispness of these pakoras and my niece Rida told that they were hero dish of the day and enjoyed it throughly….kids have requested me to make again for them
You can chop all the vegetables and keep it in fridge to save time
- Boiled Noodles 1 cup
- Cabbage – ½ cup ( Cut into Juliennes )
- Green bell pepper – ½ cup ( Cut into Juliennes )
- Onion – ½ cup ( Cut into Juliennes )
- Chopped Green chillies – 2 nos
- Turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp
- Coriander powder – 1 tsp
- Cumin powder – 1/2 tsp
- Chopped Coriander leaves – ¼ bunch
- Chick pea flour or besan – 3 tbsp
- Oil for frying
- Salt to taste
- In a bowl add juliennes of cabbage , green bell pepper, onion, green chillies, turmeric powder , coriander powder , cumin powder , salt and mix thoroughly.
- Add boiled noodles, coriander leaves, chick pea flour and mix well ( Don’t add water ) .
- Heat oil in a pan and then drop in the pakoras and deep fry till they are golden brown in colour and transfer it into paper towel.
- Serve hot pakoras with sauce
Note : I didn’t add chili powder because of green chillies , you can add little if you like it to be more spicy
I took 25 minutes to make these pakoras ( frying time included )