Let’s make Snake Gourd Rings or Padavalakai kodubale. How many of you include snake gourd in your recipes? Do you know it is very good to control diabetes and good for fever? Lot more to know about snake gourd…
- It helps reduce bilious fever when it is taken with honey and pepper.
- It lessens the effect of diabetes.
- The extract of snake gourd is one of the best remedies for pain and stress on the heart.
- Crushed along with coriander seeds, the snake gourd combats diseases like jaundice when it is taken thrice every day.
- Snake gourd juice helps flush toxins from the body since it is a good digestive food.
- The popular use of snake gourd is, it is used in treating dandruff. Rubbing the juice of snake gourd on the scalp will do the magic.
- Since it is low in calories, it is used to burn body fat.
- The extract of snake gourd leaves can effectively stop hair loss.
- The snake gourd is rich in essential minerals like magnesium, calcium and phosphorous. These promote stronger bones and teeth.
- Snake gourd cures constipation.
Snake Gourd Rings |Padavalakai kodubale
- 1 Snake gourd medium sized
- 1 Cup Besan flour (Gram flour)
- ½ tbsp Jeera (cumin seeds)
- Hing (Asafoetida) A pinch
- ½ tbsp Red chilli powder
- ½ tbsp Chat masala
- ½ tbsp Mango powder (amchur powder)
- Garam Masala A pinch
- Oil for frying
- Curry leaves
- Salt to taste
- Cut Snake gourd ring wise, wash and keep them aside.
- In a bowl, mix gram flour, jeera, hing, red chilli powder, garam masala powder, chat masala, mango powder, chopped curry leaves, salt. Add little water and make a thick batter.
- Heat oil in a pan
- Dip the snake gourd ring and deep fry in the oil till golden brown.
Crispy snake gourd rings are ready to eat. Serve with tomato ketchup.
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3 thoughts on “Snake Gourd Rings | Padavalakai kodubale”
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Thanks for sharing this recipe. Honestly though, I don’t think it qualifies as a koDubaLe though. I’d just say padvalkai bonda.