Introduction: Karela (Bitter Gourd) Chips in 5 Mins
Here's the vegetable, Karela (Bitter Gourd) that is famous of its bitter
taste among children and adults of all ages. It is used more as a medicine than a vegetable. It has immense health benefits but is still consumed very less frequently.
This recipe of karela chips will help you develop its taste among children while adding a ‘X’ factor of chips!!
- Category: Vegetarian
- Course: Snacks & Appetizers
- Cuisine: Indian
- Technique: Deep Fry
- Level of difficulty: Intermediate
- Prep Time: 3 mins
- Cook Time: 2 mins
- Servings: 1 Persons
- Learning: Deep Frying
- Fresh Karela/s
- Oil for frying (Sunflower/olive) [You may use oil of your choice]
- Table Salt
- Chat Masala
- Kadhai (Wide pan for frying)
- Small Serving bowl for serving
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Step 1: Slicing the Karela (Bitter Gourd)
Step 1: Slice the Karela (Bitter Gourd) into small circular/full moon pieces. Try to keep the thickness uniform for proper frying. They shouldn’t be too thin nor too thick.
Soak in cloth (water content remove)
Step 3: Frying Chips
Step 2: Heat up the oil in kadhai.
Step 3: Fry the sliced pieces in batches to a crisp brown. Fry on medium flame.
(Adult supervision required while frying)
Step 4: Ready to Serve
Step 4: Drain the excess oil using a wire strainer. Sprinkle some salt and mild spices.
Serve it as a snack or with main course.
Hope you liked it !!