Have you ever come across the pretty hanging bunch of Moringa flowers. Every part of the Moringa tree is edible. Today I am sharing the recipe of Moringa Flower Fritters Recipe with you.
Experiment word fits so well with this Edible Flowers.I am sharing the recipe Moringa Flower Fritters which are super delicious to resist. I am sure they won’t disappoint you at the end. you can also store them as sun-dried to use when they are not in season.
Moringa Flower Fritters Recipe
Cooking Edible Moringa Flower
Moringa flower has a delicate texture. You can stir fry with thin slices of potatoes. This is the first dish I tried in a village in Odisha. I clearly remember the only two spices used in that dish were salt and turmeric. It was truly delicious.
It’s December, Christmas time. To me the best time of a year. Warmth & Comfort has a different aspect of Life these days.
A little more sleep in a cozy blanket,an extra cup of tea munching with some hot fritters that my heart always wants in these wintry days. And who doesn’t love to sip a cup of tea wrapping a soft blanket around with these Moringa Flower Fritters?
The sight of a Moringa Tree with flowers is really catchy. Moringa is a Superfood. Starting from leaves to a drumstick, everything is edible.
Loaded with calcium, iron, magnesium and many more vitamins, these Moringa Flowers are super healthy to be used in your dish.I also love Drumstick a lot. You must check this Murungakkai Kuzhambu Recipe
You can sun-dry Moringa Flowers and store it in an air-tight container. You can use in different recipes like Dal, Dosa or this Moringa Flower Fritters. Make sure to clean them properly before you cook. Just soak in a bowl of water for 10 minutes.
In a similar way, Moringa leaves can be stored. You can also make a powder of sun-dried Moringa leaves and use in Soup. Moringa Tea is again a healthy drink that can be consumed regularly. Moringa leaf concentrate can significantly lower inflammation in the cells.