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THE B & C BALLS ~ A DOODLE RECIPE.

My first ever Doodle recipe. I never ever thought that I would go doodling something. Finally I did. When I saw blogadda contest, I wanted to give it a shot. Its a simple recipe and no mess recipe. Even a kiddo could do it all by himself. 
I will be updating the photos shortly. But for now my doodle does it all by itself.


My Doodle recipe is a part of Easy Doodle Recipe contest at BlogAdda.com in association with TastyKhana.com

THE B and C BALLS
Ingredients:
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Please click on the picture to view an enlarged version. Due to space suffocation-had to use small size.  Apologies for the same.
Procedure:

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Please click on the picture to view an enlarged version. Due to space suffocation-had to use small size.  Apologies for the same.

For making this Doodle- I have taken a crumpled paper. Sharp pointed color pens for writing, Black gel pen, Sketches, color pencils and lot of creativity..  :)

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Cabbage Pakoras- Crispy Fritters

It's real long that I took time in clicking a decent photo by setting background and working on props. This is one of my best pics that I would love to present to all. I worked a little bit after a long time adjusting things.
Presenting you a crispy snack which is perfect for tea time or as evening munchies.
CABBAGE PAKORAS-CRISPY FRITTERS
INGREDIENTS

Cabbage- 1/2 cup chopped finely.
Corn Flour- 3 tbsps
Besan/Chick Pea Flour- 3/4th cup
Onion- 1 medium finely chopped
Ginger garlic paste- 1 tsp
Green chillies- 2 finely chopped
Salt- as per taste
Sesame Seeds- 1 tbsp
Garam masala- 1 tsp
Chilli Powder- 1 tsp
Oil- for deep frying.

PROCEDURE

Take a bowl and add all the ingredients listed above with 2 tbsps of hot oil. Now add little water and mix these ingredients. Consistency shouldn't be thin. It should be thick and be careful while adding water because cabbage will leave water.  Taste the batter and adjust spices if required. Take a heavy bottomed pan and heat oil in it.  Drop small portions of the batter into oil and fry until golden brown in color. Once golden brown, transfer them onto an absorbent paper and serve them with tomato sauce.


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