Take a sneak peak into a crunchy delight that comes with the flavors of onion and garam masala.... Spruce it up with a tangy dip and enjoy this winter treat hot and sizzling....
Parwal Pakora, a crispy crunchy delight from the Marathi Cuisine made of snake gourd is sure to surprise you with its unique taste and flavour.. Enjoy this stellar snack along with a sweet and your favourite beverage...
Devour the royal delicacy of paneer pakora with your kids on a rainy day from your terrace garden...
Crispy Potato Pakora is the perfect snack to dig in to on wintry or rainy days. These potato slices are coated in a spiced gram flour batter and fried in hot oil.
Just like other pakora recipes, this Paneer Pakora recipe is superbly delicious. You will need few ingredients to finish the recipe, the key ingredients are paneer (cottage cheese) and gram flour. You may also like: Homemade Sambar Recipe, Instant Vegetable Momos and Baingan ka Bharta This evening snack has delicious crisp taste from outside and […]
Paneer is a very easy to prepare Indian cheese. If you can’t find paneer in your local store, then stop searching! This recipe will guide you to prepare paneer, which you can use for various dishes on this website. You may also like: Paneer Pakora with Imli Chutney Grilled Pork Paneer Kebab Bengali Sponge Rasgulla […]
Crispy and crunchy savory fritters made with okra, chickpea flour, and spices are so delicious and more-ish. Bhindi pakora is perfect with a cup of masala chai on a rainy day! Gluten-free, vegan, and ready in 20 minutes.
Crispy and crunchy from the outside, soft and moist inside, these paneer pakoras are so delicious and easy to make. They are perfect with a cup of masala chai and also make great party appetizers. Gluten-free, freezer-friendly, and ready in 10 minutes.
Aloo pakora aka aloo pakoda recipe is a delectable crispy delight where tender and moist potato slice lies within the spicy and crunchy gram flour coating. It is one of the immensely popular and beloved Indian snacks recipes which is sold all over India by street food vendors at chaat centres, pakoda stalls etc. In this preparation, thin potato slices are made and are washed and dried, and then further dipped in spicy gram flour batter and deep fried in oil. Potato pakora is mostly accompanied as an appetizer or afternoon snack with some green chutney or tomato ketchup along with a cup of hot tea.
Why head to the chippy when you can make this gloriously crispy, spicy deep fried chicken pakora from the comfort of your own home?
This crispy vegetarian pakora recipe is so easy. They are oven-baked until golden brown. The calorie count is low but they taste amazing!
Chicken pakora aka chicken pakoda is a delicious, deep-fried, crispy chicken fritter recipe a popular Indian street food easy to make at home
Onion Bhaji (also known as Onion Pakora or Kanda Bhaji) is a delicious Indian snack made by deep-frying finely sliced onions dipped in lightly spiced gram flour batter.
Bread pakora recipe homemade with spiced potato stuffing. Aloo bread pakora recipe.
Palak Bhajiya Chaat is a sweet, sour & tangy fusion chaat recipe. Crispy spinach fritters coated with besan & garnished with crunchy farsan, chutney & curd.
Ajwain Leaves Pakora is a crispy and tasty fritters recipe. This is an easy and quick-to-make fritter that is easily digestible.
Pudina pakoda aka mint pakoda is a scrumptiousandcomforting recipe for pakoda which is quite popular in the subcontinents of India. It has got the perfect bite of crisp with refreshing flavour of mint leaves aka pudina. This deep-fried fritter is the amalgamation of chopped mint leaves, chopped coriander leaves,onions, ginger-garlic paste, green chillies, gram flour, rice flour, few spices and seasonings which are mixed and then deep fried in small portions. Pudina pakoda recipe is a perfect companion for evening snacks with a cup of tea and a perfect side with dal, rice and ghee.
If you're looking to try something new and delicious, look no further than Spinach Pakora. Learn how to make these spinach pakoras.
I bought a big batch arugula last week. I’ve made a salad, add it to sandwich and made stir fry arugula, but I still have some arugula sitting in my fridge. So I decided to make arugula pakora for an afternoon snack. I know deep fried vegetable is not the healthiest meal but I think it the easiest way to cook a big batch leftover vegetables. Besides that who can resist a plate of warm vegetable fritters? Arugula Pakora with Lemon Yogurt Sauce Ingredients Arugula Pakora 200 gr arugula 1 medium onion, finely sliced 1 medium carrot, peeled and cut into julienne strips 2 chillies, finely chopped 150 gr gram flour 1 teaspoon grated ginger 2 teaspoons ground coriander 1/2 teaspoon paprika powder 1 teaspoon garam masala 1 teaspoon salt 50-100 ml water oil for frying Yogurt Sauce 1/4 cup plain yoghurt 1/2 teaspoon fresh lemon juice salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste Cooking Directions Yogurt sauce: Combine the yoghurt, lemon juice, salt and freshly ground black pepper in a small bowl and set aside in the refrigerator. Arugula pakoras: Add all prepared vegetables to the bowl, add grated ginger and chopped chillies. Sprinkle all the dry spices, salt …