Monday, January 21, 2013

Yam Fritter

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Fritter / vada take a clean seat on the plate when it is a full meal order. It for sure adds punch to the meal and goes well with dal rice and rasam rice :) 

Inspite of not being a great fan of fried food, I still love vadas, especially when it is home made. 

I just loved this elephant foot yam fritter when mom made it a couple of weeks back since it was really very different and tasty. For a change it went really well with hot rice and ghee :)

Hubby who eats non-veg occasionally said this slightly tasted like fish fry!!! :P So vegetarians, that's a great news for you. Eat this fritters to know how a fish fry would taste!! ;P

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Ingredients:

Grated yam (Elephant foot yam) - 2 cups
Red chillies - 5 
Garlic pods - 8
Rice flour - 3 tblsp
Salt - for taste
Oil - for frying

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Method:

Wash and peel the skin of yam using a peeler and grate it. 

Grind the grated yam along with red chillies, garlic and salt into a coarse paste. 

Take the ground paste in a mixing bowl and mix in the rice flour. Now make small flat balls and fry them in hot oil until brown on both sides. 

Enjoy eating this fritter along with hot ghee rice :)

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Written by: Nithya
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18 comments:

pepper bowl said...

fritters looks so crunchy or softy...must be yummy too..

Priya R said...

interesting recipe here and looks so so good :)

Priya said...

Very tempting fritters, love to munch some with ketchup.

Kitchen Queen said...

crunchy fritters, perfect tea time snack.

pria said...

Interesting recipe, Yam fritters looks crispy and yum!!

anubhavati said...

Hi Nithya,

Yam fritters look good. I have forgotten how to fry..Ghee and rice sounds amazing!!!

Shobha

Rumana Ambrin said...

Even i cook this fritters very often.. very yummy.

Rafeeda said...

i love yam and this looks like a must try... have been a silent follower of yours and love your page... :)

Aruna Manikandan said...

delicious fritters, sounds new to me.

Archana Potdar said...

Interesting> Does the yam not need special treatment. Here we need to boil it with something sour.
but otherwise this is a great recipe. MAking it asap.

Chandrani said...

Very crunchy and inviting fritters.


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Veena Theagarajan said...

My mum does this.. It has been years since I had it.. yours looks crispy too.. nice shots
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Gauri said...

Am the only one who love yam in my house, do make a different version of it. This looks so crunchy and 'yammy'

Mina Joshi said...

The fritters look delicious. I have never cooked yam before but would really love to. It would help people like me if you included a picture of yam in your recipe so we can look out for it in the Asian stores.

Nivedhanams Sowmya said...

looks delicious!!! perfect with coffee or tea!!
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notyet100 said...

Love the presentation,..

Revathi said...

nice blog...First time here and i like all ur recipes. When u r free please drop into my blog.

shweta Sylvia jani said...

Yum is the word..i would love to have this with a cup of filter coffee. Also it reminds of a scene from bawarchi, where Rajesh khanna says that well cooked yam tastes like meat : ) thanks a lot, for the recipe

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