Unde Pakoda Evening Snack

About the Recipe

Looking for a companion to your evening tea? Well, look no further. Here we bring to you a delicious recipe of crispy onion pakodas ideal for a rainy evening or a weekend party! Made with groundnuts, fried gram, onions and maida , these are fried for that perfect crunch and bite! Oddy Snack Bag comes with a small quirky sealing tape to keep them fresh and crispy even if you eat them later or carry them on a journey.

Oddy snack bags keeps them hygienic and fresh . Moreover, these are grease locking and moisture balancing thus preventing the pakodas from getting stale and soggy.

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  • Onion and Green Chillies - 2 nos. each
  • Few Curry Leaves and 1 inch of Ginger
  • Salt to taste
  • Maida 1 cup + 2 Tbsp.
  • Rice Flour- 1 Tsp.
  • Ground Nuts - 2 Tbsp and Fried Gram 1 Tbsp
  • White Sesame Seeds - 1 Tbsp and a pinch of Soda
  • Ghee- 1 Tsp and Oil for frying



  • Take finely chopped onion in a bowl. Add ginger, green chillies, curry leaves, salt and ghee. Then add a pinch of baking soda and rice flour. Squeeze and mix well.
  • Grind peanuts and fried gram in a mortar pestle into a coarse powder and mix it with the above mixture. Add sesame seeds as well.
  • Now add 1 cup maida to the mix. Do not knead or over mix it. Add 1 tbsp water if needed to achieve the desired consistency. Add more maida if needed. Now make small roundels from this mixture and keep aside.
  • In a kadhai, take some oil for frying and fry these roundels. Take them out when done up to 90%.
  • After a while , fry the pakodas again and serve fresh.

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Aduge Sadhana

Aduge Sadhana is run by Asha, whose passion is cooking. Her channel Aduge Sadhana is an expression of her passion for the world. Aduge in Kannada means “Cooking” & Sadhana in Sanskrit means “accomplishing something”.

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