Category : Vegetables
Author : o6
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Date : 19/12/2002
Mix:14 oz flour (Kicherebsenmehl)1 onion (chopped to small slices)1 green chili (chopped)some parslip-like, but more bitter, spicesred chili powdersaltgarlic (chopped)ginger (chopped, from the glass)
Add slowly more and more water while kneading the dough. In the end it shouldbe a creamy substance, pancake-like.Let it stand for 5 till 30 minutes to soak through.Heat oil in a deep pan and deep-fat-fry spoonfuls of dough. Alternativelyslice a raw potatoe into thin slices, turn them in the dough and deep-fat-fry.If you like it hot, sprinkle some chat masala on the brown Pakora pieces.
Celery Root Uses and Availability
Also called apio and celeriac, celery root can be eaten raw, cooked, used in soups, stews and salads.
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