Prep time : 15 minutes
Cooking time : 20 minutes
Cuisine : Andhra
1 big tender bottleguard
2.5 cups rice flour (adjust)
5-6 green chillies (adjust)
1" piece ginger
4 garlic pods
salt as per taste
2 tbsp cumin seeds (Jeera)
2 tbsp finely chopped curry leaves
4 tbsp finely chopped coriander leaves (optional)
1. Peel and grate the bottleguard into a big bowl and keep aside.
2. Make paste with green chillies, ginger and garlic, add to above grated bottleguard.
3. Add salt, cumin seeds, finely chopped curry leaves and finely chopped coriander leaves, mix well with hand.
4. Now add rice flour to above mixture to form as chapati dough. Here one thing you have to remember that should not use single drop of water to mix the dough. Because when you grate the bottleguard, you can see some water quantity. Along with that water only you have to mix rice flour. For that you have add little little quantity of rice flour to grated bottleguard. Like that prepare the dough and keep aside.
5. Prepare the dough into lemon size balls, take each ball, press like poori on a wet and clean cloth.
6. Carefully remove from cloth and slowly drop in hot oil. Fry both sides till golden colour, remove and keep on a paper towels to remove excess oil.
7. Yummy anapakaya boorelu are ready to eat. These fritters will be very tasty, when you will eat hot.
Note: 1. Careful about mixing dough with grated bottleguard. Don't use single drop of water to mix the dough.
2. Adjust the green chillies according to spicy level.
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