Ribbon pakoda recipe is an easy, savory and crunchy snack that goes well with a cup of tea or coffee. Make ribbon pakoda in a bulk and store for up to a week in the airtight container.
Easy Snack for Road Trips:
Ribbon pakoda is a simple and easy savory snack that stays well for a week. It is an excellent snack option for the kids. Kids love crunchy snack, you can serve as an evening snack or pack in the school lunch box. The best part of this snack it has a good shelf life, so you can make in bulk and store in the container. It is an excellent snack option for the picnics and road trips. Check out the other road trip snack recipes.
Smart Cooking Tips:
- You can add half a tsp of sesame seeds in this snack, it gives an excellent taste to the ribbon pakoda.
- Fry the ribbon pakoda over a medium heat that helps to prevent the ribbon pakoda from getting burned.
- After taking out the ribbon pakoda from oil, the color gets darker. So avoid frying the ribbon pakoda for a long time until the color changes to dark brown completely.
If you find difficult to press the dough into the oil, add a little amount of water to the dough and knead again for the soft dough.
South Indian Ribbon Pakoda Recipe:
Ribbon pakoda is a popular South Indian snack that is prepared in many households during the special occasions like Diwali, Pongal and Summer Holidays. Kids would love this crunchy snack. It is one of my favorite snack that I make regularly at home. It is similar to the other deep fried snack like murukku and Kara Sev. Murukku press is used to make this snack.
Murukku maker is used to making this snack. It is easily available in the Amazon. Use this specific mold to make ribbon pakoda.
Ribbon pakoda is an easy, savory and crunchy evening snack that goes well with a cup of tea or coffee. Make ribbon pakoda in a bulk and store for up to a week in the airtight container.
- 1 cup Rice Flour
- 1 cup Besan Flour
- 1 tsp Red Chili Powder
- 1.50 tsp Salt (to taste)
- 0.50 tsp Asafoetida
- 0.75 cup Water (for kneading dough)
- 2 cups Oil (for frying)
- 0.50 tsp Ajwain
- 1 tbsp Melted Butter
- 1 tbsp Hot Oil
In a wide bowl, add rice flour, besan flour, red chili powder, salt, asafoetida (hing) and mix well.
Add melted butter, hot oil and mix well. Add water and knead a soft dough.
Grease the murukku maker with oil and fill it with the dough. Press in the hot oil and deep fry the ribbon pakodas until golden brown. Ribbon pakoda is ready to serve.
How to Serve Ribbon Pakoda?
Serve ribbon pakoda as a snack or appetizer. It is an excellent evening snack that goes well with a cup of tea.