Dill leaves pakora recipe

Dill leaves pakora recipe – This is my childhood favorite. It is made from besan, rice flour, onion, dill leaves and few spices.

Dill leaves pakora recipe (Suva bhaji pakoda or sephu bhaji pakora)

The procedure is similar to any kind or pakoda recipe. Make batter and fry till crisp.

In Gujarat, dill leaves are known as Suva bhaji. But for other languages name, I searched Wikipedia and here they are – Shepu in Marathi, sabbasige soppu in Kannada and sada kuppi in

Not everyone likes the taste of dill leaves as it has very strong aroma and taste. But I grew up eating it and I am used to with its flavor. So I like it.

It has many healthy benefits and low in calories. I have seen that suva is given to the mother right after she delivers the baby. No idea why but I have seen it around when I was in India.

If making and dish with this bhaji and not sure if you will like it or not. In that case, start with less amount and once you get used to, increase the quantity.

Check out more dill leaves recipes
aloo suva sabzi  //  suva kadhi  //  dill leaves dal  //  gajar suva sabzi.


How to make dill leaves pakora recipe (Step by Step Photos):


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1) Take besan and rice flour in a bowl. Add sesame seeds, salt, red chili powder, turmeric powder, cumin powder, fennel powder, garam masala and hing. Mix well.
Dill leaves pakora recipe (Suva bhaji pakoda or sephu bhaji pakora)

2) Add chopped green chilies, onion and dill leaves.
Dill leaves pakora recipe (Suva bhaji pakoda or sephu bhaji pakora)

3) Mix well till everything incorporated.
Dill leaves pakora recipe (Suva bhaji pakoda or sephu bhaji pakora)

4) Add little water at a time and make thick batter.
Dill leaves pakora recipe (Suva bhaji pakoda or sephu bhaji pakora)

5) Meanwhile heat the oil in kadai or pan on medium heat for deep or shallow frying. Once oil is hot enough; drop small balls in the oil using your hand or with help of two spoons.
Dill leaves pakora recipe (Suva bhaji pakoda or sephu bhaji pakora)

6) Do not touch for a minute or so and then keep moving and turning around the pakora for even browning and cooking. Always fry them on medium heat. If oil is too hot then pakora stays raw from inside and become brown faster from outside. So please make sure right oil temperature. And also do not overcrowd the pan. Fry few at a time.
Dill leaves pakora recipe (Suva bhaji pakoda or sephu bhaji pakora)

7) Once pakora become golden brown, remove them on paper towel lined plate. Oops that half already went in my stomach before I take the photo.
Dill leaves pakora recipe (Suva bhaji pakoda or sephu bhaji pakora)

Serve suva bhaji pakoda warm or hot to get the best taste out of it.

Serving suggestion: Serve dill leaves pakora with hot cup of tea or coffee. Or serve with green coriander chutney or mint chutney, tamarind date chutney or ketchup.

Dill leaves pakora recipe (Suva bhaji pakoda or sephu bhaji pakora)

Dill leaves pakora recipe (Suva bhaji pakoda or sephu bhaji pakora)
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Dill leaves pakora recipe

US measuring cups are used (1 cup = 240 ml)
Course Breakfast, Snack
Cuisine Indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Yield 2 servings
Author Kanan

Ingredients (1 cup = 240 ml)

  • gram Besan (gram flour)
  • 3 tablespoons Rice flour
  • a pinch Hing (Asafoetida)
  • 1 tablespoon Sesame seeds
  • ½ teaspoon Red chili powder
  • ¼ teaspoon Turmeric powder
  • ½ teaspoon Cumin powder
  • ½ teaspoon Fennel seeds powder
  • ¼ teaspoon Garam masala
  • Salt to taste
  • 2 Green chilies chopped finely
  • ¼ cup Onion chopped
  • ½ cup Dill leaves (sephu bhaji or suva bhaji) chopped,
  • cup Water
  • Oil for frying

Instructions

Making batter:

  1. Take besan and rice flour in a bowl.
  2. Add sesame seeds, salt and all the spice powders Mix well.
  3. Add chopped green chilies, onion and dill leaves. Mix well till everything incorporated.
  4. Add little water at a time and make thick batter.

Making dill leaves pakoda recipe:

  1. Meanwhile heat the oil in kadai or pan on medium heat for deep or shallow frying.
  2. Once oil is hot enough; drop small balls in the oil using your hand or with help of two spoons.
  3. Do not touch for a minute or so and then keep moving and turning around the pakora for even browning and cooking.
  4. Once pakora become golden brown, remove them on paper towel lined plate.
  5. Repeat the same for rest of the batter

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