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Ball-Shaped Spicy Potato Fritter (Bonda)By Yashodhara G.Ball-shaped spicy potato fritters (bondas) are made out of boiled, partly mashed potato with spices, dipped in a thick batter of gram flour (basan), and deep-fried until crispy. They can also be partially-fried and re-fried prior to serving. Serve with ketchup or chutney.
Beet Cutlets (Chukander Chops)By Yashodhara G.These beet cutlets (chukander chops) have a pretty deep-red color. Serve with breakfast, brunch, snack, or as a sandwich or burger patty. Make smaller-sized for appetizers or hors d'oeuvres.
Bombay Bread & Vegetables (Pav Bhaji)By Yashodhara G.This common street food, Bombay bread and vegetables (pav bhaji), consists of special roll called pav that you use to scoop to eat the spicy liquid mixture of coarsely mashed vegetables (bhaji).
Cauliflower Fritters (Pakoras)By Yashodhara G.For these cauliflower fritters (pakoras), dry gram flour is used to coat the cauliflower and then fried to a golden brown. Great with chutney or ketchup.
Corn Fritters (Pakoras)By Yashodhara G.For these corn fritters (pakoras), dry gram flour is used to coat and bind the corn together and then fried to a golden brown. Great with chutney or ketchup.
Easy Chicken MarsalaBy Seema S.This supereasy chicken marsala is made with lightly breaded chicken cutlets braised with wine, sherry, and baby bella mushrooms.
Easy Tortilla SamosasBy Yashodhara G.Delicious and quick! These easy tortilla samosas are made with store-bought tortillas. Make ahead of time and freeze for a quick appetizer. Serve warm with chutneys or ketchup.
Falafel PattiesBy Yashodhara G.Falafal patties are made of dried chickpeas, fresh herbs, and spices that are shaped into balls or patties and deep-fried. Serve as a vegetarian protein-substitute to any salad or sandwich with tahini, hummus, or tzatziki sauce.
Fluffy Leavened Bread (Bhatura)By Yashodhara G.This deep fried fluffy leavened bread (bhatura) is made with fermented all-purpose flour. Can be made fresh, or pre-make and reheat in a pan, microwave, oven, or freeze for future use.
Lentil Cutlets (Dal Chops)By Yashodhara G.These protein-rich lentil cutlets (dal chops) are made of whole brown lentils (kali masoor) or split red lentils (laal masoor). Use as a vegetarian burger or sandwich patty, or make smaller for an appetizer or snack.
Potato & Spinach Fritters (Pakoras)By Yashodhara G.For these potato and spinach fritters (pakoras), dry gram flour is used to coat and bind the potatoes and spinach together and then fried to a golden brown. Great with chutney or ketchup.