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1. Soak moong dal for 4 hours. Grind to a fine paste. Add chopped coriander leaves and green chillies. Add salt.
2. Heat oil. Make small balls with the moong dal paste. Fry on a slow fire.
3. When the pakodas are golden brown, take them out and dip them in... - 39.9238
Onion, Sweet Potato And Coconut Pakodas
These pakodas are first fried in oil and then baked to perfection. A very good choice for appetizer, they also can be served as snacks with any dip of choice. - 0
Spinach Pakoda Chaat
A different type of chaat made with spinach leaves and topped with fresh curd, sweet chutney and masalas. Most important thing to remember about this recipe is to serve immediately. - 0
Baby Corn Pakoda
Cut the baby corns lengthways into two,keep aside.Grind together the green chillies, garlic and ginger to make a paste.Combine maida, cornflour, salt, masala paste, coriander and water to form a batter.Take a skillet and heat oil in it. Dip each baby corn... - 15.4961
Fried Pakoda Pomfret
1) Mix all the ingredients and make chutney.
2) Make a thin batter of gram flour, salt, turmeric and soda and enough.
3) Cut the head and tail of fish. Clean it properly.
4) Slit the fish half and remove the middle bone. Wash it clean.
5) Make a... - 43.0204
Bread Pakoda or batter-fried bread is the easiest dish you can serve for breakfast or snack, when you are not in a mood for any detail preparation. The crispy, crunchy feel of this savory dish will definitely brighten up your mood. - 0
Stuffed Bread Pakoda
Pakoda is an all time favorite snack for many Indians. This recipe is a mild spicy, stuffed version of bread pakoda. Perfect to be served on rainy days. - 0
Tava Bread Pakoda
Tava bread pakoda is a healthy variant of regular bread pakodas which are deep fried in oil. The bread pakodas are cooked in little amount of oil on a tava, and enjoyed as a very popular breakfast or snack food in Indian cuisine. - 0
Spicy Paneer Pakoda
Pakoda is a delicious snack prepared in most Indian homes. Check out this recipe to know its preparation. - 0
Paneer Chilli Pakoda
1) Shred the panner.
2) Heat 1 tsp oil in a pan saute the onions.
3) Add shreded paneer .
4) Add turmeric powder and amchur powder and salt to taste.
5) Remove from fire and corriander mix well.
6) Slit the chillies and deseed them .
7) Stuff chillies with... - 49.9392
1. In a small bowl, place all ingredients of the batter, mix thoroughly to make it lump free.
2. In a wok, heat oil, dip the salami slices into the batter, one at a time and gently slide into the wok, fry until crisp and golden... - 0
Aloo Bonda / Bread Pakoda Making Made Easier
If its raining outside and you feel like eating something hot and crispy to go with a nice cup of chai, this is what should be making. Aloo bonda and bread pakodas are popular south Indian snacks that can satisfy palates of kids and adults alike. This demo is... - 80.71
Crispy capsicum pakoda an easy snack which your guest would love. - 0
1. Mix all ingredients for batter, add water little at a time to make thick batter.
2. Adjust chilli, salt to taste.
3. Heat oil in small pan on high. Dip vegetables in batter and deep-fry to golden brown, drain on absorbent paper.
4. Serve hot with green... - 37.4695
Spicy Bread Pakoda
Bread pakoda is an all time favorite with most kids. They taste really wonderful, especially during monsoons. This variation of the pakoda is really easy to make with ingredients easily available at home. - 0
Ever thought that the wonderful mushrooms could make a yummy snack? The Kumbhi pakodas recipe proves just that. Yummy Kumbhi ( mushroom ) pakodas for a great tea time snack with friends. - 32.8867
If eggs are your favorite then this variety of boiled egg fried in batter will delight you as an evening snack - 39.1814
Crispy Palak Pakoda
Palak Pakoda is a delicious crispy pakoda made during monsoons. Check out this recipe to know its preparation. - 0
My friends love this Assorted Pakora Recipe. Assorted Pakora is a delicious Indian snack. It is also a very popular marriage party snack in India. During Ramadan, the month of fasting, Assorted Pakoras are often eaten by Muslims during Iftar. It is a good... - 41.3477
Anda Pakoda (egg Fritters)
These fritters are a change from the usual vegetable fritters that we taste very often. It not only satiates the craving for egg but also a good variation. They are crispy and can be served for parties as well. - 0
1. Prepare a batter with salt, soda, chilli powder, gram flour and water to pouring consistency.
2. Peel and cut pumpkin and potatoes into thin slices. Break cauliflower into flowerettes. Cut onions into rings. Season with salt and chilli powder. Slit ladies... - 37.4618
1. Prepare a smooth batter with salt, chilli powder, gram flour, oil and water (pouring consistency).
2. Dip panir cubes and fry in hot oil. Serve piping hot with chutney. - 34.8128
Simple Potato Pakodas
Potato pakodas are not only a favorite among the street foods in India, but also these are favorite snacks at many homes. They are crispy and savory. Served with ketchup, they are the ultimate soul pleasing food. - 0
Aloo Stuffed Bread Pakora
Bread pakora is a popular Indian dish, commonly made as a breakfast dish in many Indian households especially during weekend. The bread pakodas can be either made simple by dipping bread slices in gram flour based batter and deep frying them in oil or they... - 0
What to serve to your unexpected guests? Don't worry, these Indian fritters can create a splendor to mesmerize your guests just in their first bite. Just keep the basic ingredients stocked up in your kitchen and use any vegetable or meat or fish or anything,... - 111.283
1 In a bowl, prepare a thick batter with besan, water, salt, ground thymol seeds, red chilli powder and baking powder.
2 Cut paneer into big thin pieces.
3 Rub them with a little salt.
4 In a pan, heat the ghee.
5 Dip the paneer pieces in the... - 39.7238
Deep Fried Bread Pakoras
Are you looking for an Indian recipe that can be a snack, appetizer and even finger food? Something that can be enjoyed with family and can be served to guests or party? Well, Chef Manjula makes deep fried bread pakoras that look stunningly delicious. She is... - 126.652
Bread Pakora is simply tasty. Bread Pakora gets its taste from flour mixed with chilli powder and coated with bread. Bread Pakora is loved by many people. - 44.6102
Paneer Fritters By Tarla Dalal
Paneer fritters are a unique preparation of chilli garlic flavored paneer coated with crushed papad and deep-fried to perfect golden brown. The innovative use of papad instead of bread crumbs makes it all the more crisp and flavorful. It is a wonderful... - 0
This Bread pakora recipe is loved by my family. Bread Pakora is a very popular Indian snack. It is generally eaten during breakfast or evening snack time. Bread Pakora goes well with chutney, but it can also be eaten with tomato sauce. Try and enjoy this... - 54.2151
Crispy Paneer Ke Pakore
Paneer ke pakore is a popular Indian tea time snack made by dipping paneer cubes into gram flour based batter and then deep frying them in oil. The dish is commonly available with many street vendors selling pakoras, and can be easily made at home too. - 0
Mushroom And Spinach Bhajis
These pakodas are healthy with spinach and button mushrooms. They are perfect to be served as appetizers as well as snacks with dip. - 0
Tali Hui Tikka
1 Wash the chicken and squeeze dry. Put the milk to boil in a large pan. Add the chicken pieces, spice bag, salt and saffron. Cook over a medium heat till the chicken is tender.
2 Remove the chicken and keep aside. Squeeze the spice bag to extract maximum... - 33.4759
Potato Fritters (aloo Pakora)
Learn how to make Indian snack Aaloo ke Pakore (Pakoda) which is basically a potato fritter made by dipping potatoes in a batter made out of chickpeas and various Indian spices (like Carom seeds (Ajwain), salt, Red chilli pwd, Dried Mango Powder (amchur),... - 0
Pyaz Ke Pakode
This is a popular Indian snack dish made by deep frying onion slices in gram flour based batter. It is a popular winter delicacy enjoyed with tea or coffee. The recipe for the same follows below. - 0
Aloo Ke Pakode
Aloo ke pakode is a popular Indian tea time snack savored mostly during winter season and rainy days. The dish is simple to make and is commonly made in almost all the Indian households. Here follows the recipe for the same. - 0
Aloo Pyaz Ke Pakore
You must have definitely heard about aloo pakoda and pyaz pakoda; but have you ever heard about aloo pyaz pakoda? When you want to enjoy the taste of both aloo pakoda and pyaz pakoda, but really do not want to take much effort, then do try the recipe given... - 0
Ajwain Leaves Ke Pakode
This is a dish of Indian Origin wherein fresh carom (ajwain) leaves are dipped in gram flour batter and deep fried in oil. The fritters are best enjoyed during snack time along with tomato ketchup on the side. - 0
Gobi Ke Pakode
These are cauliflower fritters made by dipping cut cauliflower into gram flour based batter. A perfect Indian snack to be served during rainy weather or during festivals like diwali, dussehra, holi etc. - 0
Mix ingredients 1 to 6 in water to batter consistency dip vegies n deep fry in oil until it turns to light brown(dark golden)in colour
Note:onion and cabbage pakoda
same batter as above cut cabbage and onion seperately n mix it seperately.and... - 30.4302
This sandwich pakoda is a delicious snack that you can make with the left over veggies and bread. This batter fried snack is a wonderful treat for teatime and is sure to be a lunchbox favorite too. - 23.1488
Looking for a spicy Indian Dip, try pudina chutney. Chef's recipe has a perfect balance of spice and sourness and is easy to make. It is full of freshness and flavors, so much so that the smell of it can make one drool. The dip is best enjoyed with Indian... - 138.397
1. Make pakoda like batter by using besan, chilli powder, soda, garam masala and water.
2. Make green chutney by grinding coriander leaves, ginger, chillies, salt and lemon juice.
3. Make red chutney by grinding tomato sauce, garlic, cumin seeds, sugar and... - 35.5139
Palak Ke Pakode
This palak ke pakode recipe is my new favorite as I had never tasted such a crisp snack in my life. Watch this video to try this spinach dish and you would never forget that first bite all your life like me. - 110.379
Mirchi (green Pepper) Bhajji Making Made Easier
Mirchi Bhajji is a daringly spicy snack which is very popular in Andhra. On a rainy and cold day nothing can cheer you up as these delicious, spicy, tamarind stuffed and batter fried chili fritters. Watch this video to learn how to make these delicious... - 89.3255
Baked Cottage Cheese Delights
What does one feel like when it pouring heavily outside? A hot cup of ginger tea and some hot fritters to go with it. So this recipe is a healthy take on the usually high calorie, deep fried "paneer pakoda" or cottage cheese fritters. - 0
Microwaved Gobi Manchurian (low Fat)
Try this recipe the next time your friends come over ,they will never know the difference and you can laugh about it once the party is over or- maybe even share the recipe.This idea sparked when I was making onion fritters in the microwave...which I do a lot... - 111.169
Baked Eggplant Chips
An excellent evening snack to spice up your otherwise bland tea-time! Rightly flavored and perfectly crispy, this is ideal for all those who yearn for the crispy crunchy snacks but still want to have their healthy lifestyle going. This can pretty much be... - 0