Green Pepper Fritters – Gluten Free Fritters


Who wants hot hot green pepper fritters??? It's very hard for me to say NO to fritters and I never seem to get tired of it. And it tastes more delicious on a rainy day or on a cold freezing day. In winter, I get the craving for having fritters and I feel so cozy after having them. Fritters are very common in my hometown. We make fritters with raw and ripe plantain, onion, mixed veggies, chicken, banana peppers, eggplants, lentils, chick peas etc. Serving fritters along with hot cardamom tea in the evening is an usual scene in Kerala. If you walk through the streets in the evening in my hometown, you could see street vendors and small cafeterias selling hot fritters along with piping hot tea. I love fritters made with almost everything, after all frying makes everything tastes delicious. For making the batter, you can either use all purpose flour or gram flour. Usually, ripe plantain, dates and anything that's sweet is coated with all purpose flour batter. If vegetables are used, mostly

What you will need

Green pepper, cut into thick wedges- 2 to 3

Oil- for frying

Gram flour- 1½ cups

Chili powder- 1 tsp

Asafetida- 2 pinches (optional)

Ground cumin- ½ tsp

Salt- to taste

Water- ¾ cup or just enough to make a thick batter


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