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azra says:

Isn't chickpea flour bad for us? We aren't allowed chickpeas and lentils. Dietitian comment: The amount is important. In this recipe each serving has 130 mg potassium and 49 mg phosphorus contributed by the 2-1/2 tablespoons chickpea flour. Look at the total per serving of the finished product. Te recipe was revised to reflect updated analysis for the 4 Pakoda serving. You may also decrease the serving size for less potassium and phosphorus.

Jul. 07, 2014, 4:40 PM - Inappropriate review?
Shriya1 says:

Is fat 1 gm or 10 gm? You are deep frying! Also how can sodium be 0 gms if you used 1/2 tsp salt? Please correct it! Dietitian comment: Done! Thanks for notifying us.

Feb. 17, 2013, 8:30 AM - Inappropriate review?
Josephaga says:

Hurray for this one. I have only been on dialysis for a short while (and out of the hospital for less time). THe thought of giving up pakoras was too much. THanks (pakora right? Not pakoda) Moderator comment: Pakora is known as pakoda in southern India and China.

Oct. 24, 2012, 11:34 AM - Inappropriate review?

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