Delicious Pumpkin Flowers Fried in Gram Flour.

About: Sourya Choudhury is a 14 year old student and an electronics enthusiast living in Kolkata, India.

Intro: Delicious Pumpkin Flowers Fried in Gram Flour.

Hello Everyone!

Flowers are truly beautiful creations of God. However, they become even more attractive when they are transformed into something delicious! Here, I will show you how to make yummy Pumpkin Flower fries. This is a traditional Bengali cuisine which will make your mouth water !

Step 1: Items Required.

The following items will be required for this recipe :

1) 6 Fresh pumpkin flowers.

2) A small amount of salt.

3) A pinch of cumin .

4) A pinch of poppy seeds (Posto) .

5) 100 grams of gram flour.

6) 100 grams of oil.

Step 2: Preparing the Gram Flower.

Make a slightly watery batter of the gram flower .

Add the cumin, salt and poppy seeds.

Step 3: Preparing the Flower.

Take the pumpkin flower.

Snap of the green stem and the stamen inside the flower.

Now dip the flowers in the batter . A coating of batter should form on the flowers.

Step 4: Cooking.

Take a frying pot and pour some oil into it.

Fry the flowers till they are golden-brown.

Step 5: READY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Serve hot.

You can experiment with the recipe and add some other spices/ prepare it in a different manner.

Please vote for this for the flowers contest.

Thanks a lot for reading !

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    Uncle Kudzu

    4 months ago

    These look delicious! I may have to plant some pumpkins this year :)

    I love daylily buds just before they bloom. l know they can be cooked somehow - maybe stir-fried - but I always lose patience and eat them raw. The open blooms would probably be yummy cooked your way. Something to try soon...

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    Sourya ChoudhuryUncle Kudzu

    Reply 4 months ago

    Thanks.

    These have to be fried while they are submerged in oil.

    By the way, this is my governess' idea, not mine.