Corn Fritters Recipe: The recipe includes healthy food ingredients like sweet corn, sweet potato, flaxseeds, pink salt and more. You must give it a try!
Fritters out of aloo, peyaj is always mentioned whenever we speak about 'Tele Bhaja'. But did you know Bengalis also make fritters out of flowers?
High-Protein Chickpea Fritter Recipe: This dish includes boiled chana, tahini, atta and everything healthy. You can prepare it in just a few minutes.
Pazham Pori (Banana Fritters): Just perfect with a cup of hot tea when you hear the pitter-patter of the rain on a typical monsoon evening in Kerala.
Stuffed with cheese, battered and fried there are many ways to cook delicious, in-season zucchini.
Nadru churma is easy to make and are super delicious, and the best part is that it can be prepared at home in a jiffy.
These fritters are crispy, healthy, fuss-free and can help you whip up a unique snack in this rainy season.
Methi na gota is a soft and fluffy pakoda that looks quite similar to Maharastrian batata vada or South Indian aloo bonda.
Balekai podi or banana podi are deep-fried fritters from the streets of Mangalore that you just won't be able to resist!
The fried fritters make for an exceptional appetiser and also as a tea time snack. See the recipe of the Chinese special snack here.