The ribbon pakoda recipe uses rice flour and besan as the main
ingredients and is one of the Indian snacks that gets a good score on
the taste scale. For festivals like Diwali, this item is made.
This pakoda is delicious and serves as a fine evening
snack with coffee or tea. In the ribbon pakoda recipe, hing and ajwain
gives flavor and aids digestion.
of the other names for this food are ola pakoda and nada thenkuzhal.
The word 'ribbon' as a part of the name of this food is perhaps because
of the shape of the snack that somewhat resembles a ribbon.
to make ribbon pakoda? To prepare this traditional snack, you need to
have the chakli or murukku machine. It can be rotating or press type.
portion of the dough made from rice flour, besan and other items is
inserted into the machine and then its handle is pressed or rotated to
get the raw ribbon pakoda. Then, It is deep-fried. The snack is now
is one more type of the ribbon pakoda recipe:
Rather than eat this
snack as is, top each piece of the pakoda with fresh carrot gratings
and finely-cut tomatoes and onions.
This topping would not only soar the taste higher, but also
be beneficial for the health.
mung beans are nutritious