There was a time when I was least bothered of what’s cooking in the kitchen. Whatever Ma would serve me in the plate, I would just eat it cause it would be so tasty, and it was all that mattered to me. I would go in a restaurant and order something that sounded familiar and kept on wondering about the rest of the items. In fact I think that I always preferred menu with detail explanation and may be, a tiny picture of the dish 😉 My friends would always ask me to stop eating with my eyes… 😀 but isn’t that important too?!
Well, of late things have been different! I like to know more about a dish then just gulping it. And if the term is new, I would look through the net and try to learn more about it. I am always in hunt of a easy evening snack recipe, something we enjoy most evenings with tea or coffee. So, as I was blog hopping, I came across the term Fritters! And I was surprised to know that it’s nothing different from Pakodas (Indian term for Fritters). Wikipedia describes it as “A fritter is any kind of food coated in batter and deep fried” .
This is my version of a very simple Zucchini Fritter /Zucchini Pakoda. I however, didn’t deep fry it! I am sharing this plate with What’s Cooking Wednesday 🙂
I dipped it in chilly sauce .. spiccyy!!