Okra Fritters/ Bhindi Pakoda

I would like to start my post with this beautiful Quote that is apt for this beautiful Rainy weather.

It’s a relief to hear the rain. It’s the sound of billions of drops, all equal, all equally committed to falling, like a sudden outbreak of democracy. Water, when it hits the ground, instantly becomes a puddle or rivulet or flood.

Alice Oswald

As it rains, the first thing that comes to my mind is Hot Masala Tea with fried Pakodas. Sipping my tea and enjoying the beautiful weather is what I miss these days. We are so busy with our daily routine and hectic lifestyle, that we miss out some beautiful moments.

Well I cherish each and every moment, as Life is too short to complain and have regrets.

As you all know, I love to experiment and think out of the box. So made these Okra Fritters/ Bhindi Pakodas . It is so yum that you just can’t stop at one.It  was loved by my family. This can be made within 20 minutes.

Recipe for Okra Fritters/ Bhindi Pakodas:


6 Medium sized Bhindi/ Okra  slit and cut into small pcs
1 Onion finely chopped
2 Green chillies finely chopped
2 Tbsp besan
1 Tbsp fine rava
1 Tbsp rice flour
Salt to taste
1 Tsp jeera
1 Tsp red chilli powder
Oil for frying


Mix all the ingredients. Add 2 Tsp sizzling hot oil. Mix water just enough for to bind the ingredients together and not soggy.

Deep fry in hot oil and serve hot with sauce or green chutney.

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3 thoughts on “Okra Fritters/ Bhindi Pakoda”

  1. Hi Preethi tried bhindi pakoda today. Tasted really yum ,only diff is I made in appe pan so didn’t turn as crispy as yours. But hubby n I totally enjoyed it. Awesome combination of my two fav dishes bhindi and pakoras

  2. Preethi I’ve tasted the fried okra that is served in some of the Chinese restaurants here but have not tried a deliciously spiced okra pakoda. What a wonderful recipe. Just the kind of snack I’d love on a rainy day.

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