Punugulu with idli batter recipes

Pakora/Punugulu/Pakoda from left over Idli/Dosa batter

Pakora/Punugulu/Pakoda from left over Idli/Dosa batter

These yummy Pakoras/Pakodas/Punugulu are made with left over Idli/Dosa batter. Pakoras are all time favourite tea time snack, that too if you make it with a left over Idli/Dosa batter it is serves the dual purpose of not wasting the left overs and relishing crispy tea time bites which was prepared instantly
punugulu with idily batter

punugulu with idily batter

Idily batter and makki atta mix it well and mix chillis, onions and salt and heat the oil in pan and cook it
Minapa Punugulu

Minapa Punugulu

These can also be prepared with left over idli/dosa batter by adding all purpose flour/maida,soda,onion,chillies to it with out fermentation
Punugulu / Andhra Snack

Punugulu / Andhra Snack

This will be very crispy and can be served with any variety of chutneys. In one of my nearby street food shop, they used to add chilli - ginger paste to the batter which gives a delicious flavor and taste
Andhra Punugulu Recipe

Andhra Punugulu Recipe

Punugulu is made with dosa batter and is a popular street food. I am blogging this whole month along with my friends for the Buffet On Table
PUNUGULU

PUNUGULU

In a bowl place the dosa batter along with rice flour and salt and mix well. Drop the punugulu gently one by one without touching and deep fry till they turn to light golden hue
PUNUGULU

PUNUGULU

In a bowl place the dosa batter along with rice flour and salt and mix well. It so happened, the other day, the smell that stuck with me was that of those yummy hot “punugulu” from the roadside vendor
Punugulu

Punugulu

This is an easy snack made with left over dosa batter. Place a tablespoon for batter into the hot oil. Turn the punugulu as they change color and cook till golden brown
Idli Batter Bonda

Idli Batter Bonda

Punugulu is a very famous Andhra snack. But it is made with idli batter and maida. Mix idly batter and wheat flour with