Thursday, May 26, 2011

How about some nice, hot, crispy onion pakodas?





"Look it is raining, says grandma, looking up from her knitting


"Oh, wow! I can only look at the lovely pakodas you have made"...says grandpa




The weather is cloudy, with thunder and lightning, with some welcome showers, it is such a relief!!
The time to celebrate: and what could be a better way to do it than make some hot pakodas with some heavenly cups of tea to go with it......





All of a sudden the garden is looking so pretty and inviting.....









Its has been ages since I made onion pakodas, so pushing aside my guilty conscience, I went ahead and made them: so here they are looking so delicious and irresistible....










Don't you feel like having some, then what are you waiting for?
Go ahead and make it and enjoy homemade onion pakodas, the rain, the garden and your life..........

17 comments:

  1. Okay okay!!! I'm hungry now!

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  2. Rama they look delicious. Maybe you would consider posting the recipe. Your garden is looking ever so pretty..

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  3. @Rama,

    A glimpse of your backyard shows that you are very fond of plants and tress. I love rain. People over here complain about rain but I never do....

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  4. Rama, the pakodas look so inviting and the rain does make the garden look so lush and green, doesn't it? I am enjoying, though wish I could just reach in and grab one of those pakodas:):)

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  5. aiyo saapidanam pola irruke:)

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  6. I've never heard of pakodas but they sure look good and so do your flower photos :-)

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  7. lovely pics and yummy pakodas...Rain? Is it raining there? God, its so hot and humid here, i wish i were there!Nice relating the pakodas to the Pictures:)Where are my pakodas???

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  8. great pictures. the pakodas look inviting..

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  9. What a beautiful garden. It's soooo lovely. The ideal place to have a nice brunch on a sunny day. I especially am in love with the last picture. Those pakodas look yummy I love having them as well with tea on cold rainy nights. Hope you enjoyed.

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  10. wow...rains and pakoras.everybody's favourite and I loved grandpa and grand ma too..I want them too:)

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  11. Wow, I love pakodas and make them many times during rains. There is something romantic about rains, garam chai, pakodas and a book. Pure Bliss ;).

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  12. I wish I could sit in that rocking chair and enjoy the pakodas..I will remember to do this when I am a grandma :-)

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  13. Pakoda is a great snack during rain.I miss the rain.....Your table arrangement is nice!!Garden pictures are pretty and I love the climbers that gives green carpet look to the compound wall.

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  14. Looks great!!!!!! and beautiful flowers!

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