Phulaurah

I hope you were happy with Gatte Ka Pulao from Rajasthan. Today, lets explore the cuisine of Sikkim which is land locked on all sides and is surrounded by the Himalayas.  It is a popular tourist destination owing to the picturesque locations. 

Their cuisine is primarily noodle based and momos figure prominently on their dining tables. But here I feature this snack which is very healthy and unique in taste.

I have come to know that these fritters (without the spring onion) are fairly popular in other parts of the country specially during the fasting days, locally known as 'Vrat Ka Khana'.


Recipe Source - here  and here
Ingredients - 

Buckwheat Flour 1/2 cup
Baking Powder 1/8 tsp
Spring Onion, finely chopped 2 Tbsp
Salt as needed
Turmeric 1/8 tsp
Oil to deep fry


Phulaurah

Method Of Preparation -


In a mixing bowl, add the flour, baking powder, turmeric and salt. Mix well and add the spring onions as well. Add water just enough to make a thick batter.

Heat oil in a kadai/wok and after the oil is hot enough, drop teaspoon fulls of batter and let them fry until they are crisp and done.

Remove onto paper towels to drain excess oil.

Serve it chutney of your choice.



Preparation Time 20 min
Serves 1-2
Posted by Harini R on Friday, April 25, 2014

17 comments

  1. Priya Suresh Says:
  2. Would love to munch some, crispy phulaurah looks fabulous.A prefect evening snack.

     
  3. These are new to me but spring onion and buckwheat fritters sound so similar to our onion besan fritters. I am sure they were just as tasty.

     
  4. these lookso different, i thought it lookedlike meat initially, but like varada said a good option to regular onion pakodas

     
  5. These are new to me but am sure would be tasting yummy

     
  6. they are so new to me... they are looking super crispy and delicious!!

     
  7. Srivalli Says:
  8. I too thought these were meat or at least meatlook alike..:)..such different pakodas harini..I am sure these tasted so good..pakodas have to right..:)

     
  9. Kalyani Says:
  10. That's an interesting snack with Kuttu KA atta (buckwheat)

     
  11. Pavani N Says:
  12. Very interesting snack with buckwheat flour.

     
  13. An interesting crispy snack,perfect for a rainy evening...

     
  14. This is so like our onion pakodas. love it it must have tasted awesome with the buckwheat flour.

     
  15. Usha Rao Says:
  16. It is interesting to know that these fritters does call for chili powder / peppers or chilies. The chutneys or sauces covers the spice part. It looks crispy and must have tasted good.

     
  17. Simple flavors, a must try recipe!!!!

     
  18. lovely crispy snack

     
  19. I wud love to grab some phulaurah right away :) these buckwheat fritters looks very tempting !!

     
  20. Padmajha PJ Says:
  21. I too made this and we loved it.Your looks so nice :)

     
  22. looks crispy and crunchy.. nicely made

     
  23. Suma Gandlur Says:
  24. They must have made a good snack. You have come up with really good recipes, especially the NE region.

     
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