Veg Lollipops: Vegetable lollipop is crispy fried balls made with mix vegetable filling. A very tasty vegetarian appetizer best to serve at a cocktail party.
Crispy, fried, spicy or sweet – what do you like to have your cup of tea with? Admit it, we all look forward to tea-time where we can enjoy a steaming cup of chai with our favourite snacks.
In fact, We take lunch at the time of lunch and dinner at the time of dinner but as far as snacks are concerned there is no time limit. You can enjoy them at any time with a hot cup of tea or coffee.
Origen of snacks:
The origin of the tradition of tea-time can be traced back to the British High Tea. A custom that is believed to have popped up during the 20th century. It was lovingly embraced by other countries too. You know It’s impossible for us Indians to have our evening tea without snacks complimenting it. The traditional England afternoon tea is a formal affair with finger sandwiches, cream tea, scones and dainty cups. However, in India fried snacks are an obvious preference. Kachoris, samosas, vadas and veg lollipops are few of the snacks all Indians love and enjoy with a chuski of chai.
Moreover, Veg lollipops are one of my family’s favourite snacks. It is a mixture of a variety of vegetables and spices. You can call it a bundle of health with a wave of taste. Veg Lollipop appeal to kids and elders equally. They are a yummy treat packed with nutrition to tickle your taste buds especially with a cup of evening tea.
VEG LOLLIPOPSCourse: SidesCuisine: Indian
Vegetable lollipop are crispy fried balls made with mix vegetable filling. A very tasty vegetarian appetizer
Potatoes (boil and mashed) – 4 to 5
Green chilly (chopped) – 2
Green coriander – 3 tbsp
Nutrila ( keema style granules boil n strain) – 1/2 cup
ginger(chopped) – 1 tbsp
bread crumbs – 5 tbsp
salt, red chilly, amchoor, garam masala -according to taste
cornflakes (crushed) -1 cup
ice-cream sticks -12 pes
oil for frying
cornflower mix into little water -2 tbsp
Mix all the ingredients except cornflakes and cornflour.
Mix properly and then make 12 balls out of it, take icecream stick/ barbecue stick and put inside the ball give the ball a shape of loly and dip into cornflower and roll into cornflakes.
Deep fry till golden brown and serve with chutney
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