PAKODE, (Indian Fritters)
These crispy, crunchy, Indian Fritters are not a fake, low-carb version of anything, but a tried and true, classic recipe. They are made with a very low-glycemic flour that is diabetic and low-carb friendly.. Read the post to learn why it is an exception to the standard rules of keotogenic dieting. The fritters can be made with cauliflower, mushrooms, onions, eggplant, or cheese. All are gluten-free, egg-free, grain-free. and dairy-free (with olive oil option). Two options for dipping sauces are given including a sweet, spicy chutney like the one in the picture..