Delicious Pumpkin Flowers Fried in Gram Flour.

Introduction: Delicious Pumpkin Flowers Fried in Gram Flour.

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

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 !

Share

    Recommendations

    • Creative Misuse Contest

      Creative Misuse Contest
    • Game Life Contest

      Game Life Contest
    • Water Contest

      Water Contest

    2 Discussions

    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...

    1 reply

    Thanks.

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

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