Drumstick leaves recipe! That is exactly all that people want to know here. It is because of drumstick leaves miracle nutritional values. So people perhaps do not bother about its taste. They just want to consume those miracle leaves.
Is it true? I mean to say, will you eat anything that is not delicious? There are plenty of healthy vegetables available on this earth. So why will people eat something just for health. Food should be enjoyable – Delicious! Yummy! Mouthwatering! I will never eat anything which is just for health unless & until there is a serious illness. Once you became foodie then taste is everything, haha. So here is a moringa (drumstick) leaves fritters (sojne patar bora in Bengali) what is very delicious and I love to eat those as an evening snack with tea.
Many people actually add those drumstick leaves to lentil soup (dal) or mix it with any other green leafy vegetables. But whenever it comes to a perfect drumstick leaves recipe or moringa leaves recipe then they are actually clueless because there is no such delicious drumstick leaves recipe available except this drumstick leaves fritters. I love this fritters a lot. I often try this awesome fritters with tea during this season. I mean from summer season to end of rainy season because during this period I can harvest plenty of young moringa leaves from our homegrown plant.
Drumstick plant is such a plant whose fruits, flowers, leaves, peel of its stem, everything is edible. If you search recipes from rural Bengal then you can get many awesome dishes prepared with those parts of drumstick plants.
I even love its flowers bati chorchori. It is a popular village recipe in West Bengal. I use to eat delicious mixed vegetable curry with drumstick fruits since my childhood at home. Two years ago I have even tried a dish prepared with peel of its stem. But I did not like that dish.
Bengali style aloo posto with sojne data
But this moringa leaves recipe is actually super delicious and you will definitely enjoy it with tea or coffee.
Drumstick leaves fritters recipe
(Sojne patar bora/pakoda in Bengali)
- 1 cup fresh drumstick leaves, cut into small pieces
- 1 big onion, cut into thin slices
- ½ tablespoon Bengal gram flour/besan
- ½ tablespoon rice flour
- 2 green chillies, cut into thin slices
- 6-8 garlic cloves, cut into thin slices
- 1 teaspoon turmeric powder
- Salt as needed
- 2 tablespoon vegetable oil
- Water as needed
- Take everything in bowl and add water as needed and combine all, make thick mixture (do not add extra water)
- Heat oil in a cooking pot and make small balls with that mixture and fry all those balls
- Take all those fried fritters in a bowl and serve those drumstick leaves fritters