Mixed Vegetable Pakora are a favorite tea time snack in India. They are simple and fast, yet delicious, these Indian battered and deep fried vegetable bits are great served by themselves as a snack or as an appetizer or side dish. A variety of crunchy veggies are incorporated with the mixture of gram flour and spices, fried in oil to…
Description: Crispy and crunchy mouthwatering snack made with fresh spinach leaves. Palak Pakora / Palak Bhajji / Spinach Pakora / Crispy Pakora / Pakoda / Keerai / Spinach Chat / Papdi Ingredients 40 leaves Fresh Spinach leaves 1 cup Gram flour / Besan 2 tbsp Corn starch (White corn flour) 1/2 tsp Red Chili Powder 3/4…
Salmon fish tastes too good when they r fried with indian spices rather than that i never liked as gravies with this fish, so tried it out this pakoras with left over breadslices..tasty appetizier with simple ingredients, can also be a side for rice dishes too..Kids will love this for sure , can feed easily ur kids in case if they wont like to have fish..Here we go for a tasty Pakoras..
Spinach with broken cashews combined with spiced up flour blend to make this crispy snack. Pakoda mostly termed as "Pakora" in North Indian Sweet stalls are very rich with loads of ghee and nuts and usually seen with the combination of any leafy or mixed vegetables. This recipe of mine is for one such variety, petty much similar to regular pakoda with few additions.
Palak Pakoda / Spinach Pakoda / Keerai Pakoda / Cashewnut Pakoda / Pakodi / Ulli Pakodi / Pakora / Pattanam Pakoda / Sweet Stall Pakoda / Mint Street Style / Ghee Pakoda
Crispy deep fried lentil fritters, a popular street side savoury snack in Tamil Nadu. Colloquial term used for this type is Gharam Pakoda. (Onion Pakora / Onion Pakodi / Onion Pakoda / Ulli Pakodi / Pakora / Pattanam Pakoda / Sweet Stall Pakoda)
Proportion really matters a lot for this recipe, even an extra drop of water could turn them soft. I've tried my best to explain with right measures and pictures to make it easy for all. Enjoy!!!