Thursday, July 7, 2011

Crunchy Fritters With Onion And Oats

It is raining heavily outside and inside everything is so wetty and moist , for last two days sun is coming for a very short tour of 10 minutes and then signing off for the whole day. Now in such a whether condition I need something crunchy with my cup of tea. Now “O” came for my savior, you must be thinking who is “O”… it is onion and oats from my pantry. A quick and delicious crunchy fritters with onion and oats is what I prepared today.

Onion   6 medium
Egg       1
All purpose flour    2 tablespoon
Cumin seed  1/4 teaspoon
Carom seed 1/8 teaspoon
Quaker oats  1 cup
Salt and pepper  to taste
Cooking oil    for  deep frying

Peel and cut onion into thick slices. Now in a bowl beat one egg mix flour in such way that no lumps is formed and to it add carom, cumin seed, salt and pepper and then little water to make a thick batter. In a flat surface spread Quaker oats you can slightly toast them if you wish. Dip onion rings, one at a time, in batter to cover. Let excess batter drip back into bowl. Now roll them on oats and working quickly place each ring in hot oil. Fry rings a few at a time about 2 to 3 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from oil with fork, drain on paper towel. Sprinkle salt and pepper before serving and have this crunchy fritters with onion and oats with chilly garlic tomato sauce and mustard sauce (I put both the sauce in layers and it turned out great)or any sauce or dip of your choice.

Be Happy And Stay Healthy.



Anonymous said...

Ooh, this looks like a tasty way to enjoy fried onions. I've always heard of using cereal or breadcrumbs as a coating, but never oatmeal. Great idea!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Scrummy! Those fritter must be so addictive and really delicious.



Padhu said...

I am sure it would have tasted great with lot of onions.

aipi said...

OMG...these look ultra how simple the recipe is.
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Shilpi Bose said...

A great idea using oats.

tigerfish said...

Oh....Oh.......anything crunchy is good for me. :p

khushi said...

a healthy fritters ...loved the healthy theme of your cooking ...glad to follow you :)