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Recipe# 11409
December 17, 2001
Rice Dal Pakoda by susheelar
No reviews
The snack is tasty and filling. this can be served with chutneys for better taste.

this is an old snack and has gradually disappeared from the lost of popular recipes.
Recipe# 36818
July 11, 2012
Rice Ke Pakode by Chef to be..Dhruti
No reviews
The best time to make is when it is raining.
Recipe# 10306
August 05, 2002
Rice Pakoda by sandhyan
No reviews
Note: for this recipe you may also use leftover cooked rice.
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Recipe# 34207
February 11, 2011
Ridge Gourd (turai) Fritters 
by Palak Rajput
Ridge Gourd (turai) Fritters, seasoned ridge gourd and deep freid.
Recipe# 12866
March 31, 2001
Roller Coaster Samosas by shalgeeta
No reviews
-this recipe is easier and quicker than traditional
-if the filling tends to come out while frying, make a
thin batter by mixing 1 tbsp Maida with 1/2 cup water
and a pinch of salt. dip the slices in this batter
before frying.
Recipe# 36787
June 30, 2012
Royal Buffvada by Radha Hoizal
No reviews
This is an evening snack with some extra rich flavour.
Recipe# 9822
July 03, 2003
Sabudana Pakoda by kushi_3
No reviews
An interesting variation to a typical maida based cake recipe, suji cake is a tempting recipe. The suji or semolina are mixed with baking powder and soda to create a mouthwatering and soft suji cake.
Recipe# 14757
November 24, 2001
Sabudana Pakoras by geetharam
No reviews
Bring the crispy crunchy Sabudana pakoda in your evening snack or even breakfast menu and the family is sure to shower you with accolades. Enjoy the Sabudana or sago pakodas with chutney or dahi.
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Recipe# 39230
March 21, 2014
Sabudana Twinkling Stars 
by Madhumalti
No reviews
A festive dish which can be made and relished by all.
Recipe# 11753
June 20, 2003
Sago Pakoda by jolu
No reviews
An authentic and very easy to prepare sago pakoda recipe using soaked sago or sabudana, potatoes and green chilies. Also known as sabudaana vada, this snack tastes superb with coriander and tomato chutney. Go Relish!
Recipe# 12082
September 19, 2001
Samosa By deepaen by deepaen
No reviews
Do not overheat the oil, since this will cook only the outer covering and the inner layer will remain uncooked even if the samosa has turned dark brown on the outside.
you can change the toppings & name the samosas accordingly. for example: if you put peas in it ;it will be called peas samosa, sa ....
Recipe# 11001
June 13, 2002
Samosa By laviniasoans 
by laviniasoans
No reviews
Side dish - tomato ketchup
Recipe# 14106
November 07, 2002
Samosa By paulachand by paulachand
No reviews
Samosa would always be the king of Indian snacks and can now be put on your evening table with this easy recipe. Fill the samosas with vegetables, spicy potato or Soyabean filling and enjoy them deep fried with sweet and spicy chutneys.
Recipe# 10310
August 05, 2002
Samosa By sandhyan by sandhyan
No reviews
India's most popular snack or appetizer , samosa is easy to prepare at home with this samosa recipe. The deep fried maida or refined flour patties are filled with vegetable, potato or meat stuffings. The samosa can be prepared in various shapes and sizes. Share and recommend samosa recipe online.
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