Ragi Peanut Pakodi | Ragi Palli Pakoda | Ragi Onion Pakodi

17 mins Snacks

This Finger Millet Pakodi made with Slit Onions, Finger Millet Flour, Peanuts is an all time favourite Tea snack.

The best thing about this Pakodi is that it doesn't absorb oil like the Pakodi's we make with Bengal Gram flour.

The Pakodi's we make with Bengal gram flour may not suit every one, but the Ragi ones are healthy as well as taste different and will be sure shot liked by all. Onions and Bengal Gram Flour Pakodi's are commonly made by all. This is also similar recipe-wise to that one. Follow the tips to get a crispy perfect taste.

Please follow the tips before proceeding.

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Ragi Peanut Pakodi | Ragi Palli Pakoda | Ragi Onion Pakodi

Tips

Onions:

  1. The water that oozes out from the Onions is enough to mix the flour and other ingredients, but sprinkle some water if it is required.

Procedure to fry Pakodi's:

  1. Always fry the Pakodi's on a medium flame. Fry till the bubbles in the Oil reduce, as you may not be able to see whether it is fried, because of the colour of the Finger Millet Flour. Do not over fry them, as they become hard and burnt if you fry for a long time.

  2. To check if it is fried or not, remove a Pakodi from the Oil and press it with your finger.

Ragi Peanut Pakodi | Ragi Palli Pakoda | Ragi Onion Pakodi - Recipe Video

Ragi Peanut Pakodi | Ragi Palli Pakoda | Ragi Onion Pakodi

Snacks | vegetarian
  • Prep Time 2 mins
  • Cook Time 15 mins
  • Total Time 17 mins
  • Servings 3

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup Finger Millet Flour
  • 1/2 cup Roasted Peanuts
  • 7 Red Chillies
  • Salt- Required
  • 1 tsp Cumin
  • 250 gms Slit Onions
  • Oil for Frying

Instructions

  1. Coarsely grind Roasted Peanuts and Red Chillies.
  2. Add Salt to the slit Onions and mix thoroughly squeezing the pieces
  3. Add Finger Millet Flour, Peanut Powder, Cumin into the Onions. Mix well and add a little water if required to make it a slightly stiff batter.
  4. Heat Oil in a pan. Slowly drop a spoonful of batter into the hot oil and fry on a medium flame till the bubbles stop. (Follow the tips for Frying) Remove them after frying and place them on a strainer.
  5. It will become hard once it cools down.

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Ragi Peanut Pakodi | Ragi Palli Pakoda | Ragi Onion Pakodi