Kuttu Ke Pakore(Vrat Ke Pakode, Buckwheat Flour Fritters) is a delicious deep-fried snack made for vrat (Hindu fasting) days. Serve these with a tangy mint coriander chutney and plain yogurt for a hearty meal.
Mix kuttu atta, rajgira atta, potatoes, rock salt, cilantro, and green chilies in a large mixing bowl.
Add water slowly (approx ¾ cup) and mix to make a thick pakoda-like batter.
The consistency of the batter should be very thick and droppable. It should be like that of mashed potatoes.
Note - The batter to fry the pakoda should be of the right consistency. If it looks too thin, then add some more flour and if it looks very thick, then add a few tablespoons of water.
Heat vegetable oil in a non-stick pan over high heat.
When the oil is hot, drop small pakoda in the oil using your fingers or a small spoon and fry on medium-high heat until they are crispy and golden brown in color. Keep stirring while frying at regular intervals for even frying.
Drain the pakora on a plate lined with kitchen tissue.