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Pakora is a fried snack made of vegetables and gram flour, popular across South Asia. Pakoras are prepared by taking one or two ingredients such as onion, eggplant, potato, spinach, cauliflower, tomato, chilli, or ... More »
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,... - 136.843
Chef Manjula is going to show a recipe that will please audience from all countries. It’s a delicious Indian snack that's not spicy, made with spinach and few other ingredients that can be found easily. Watch the video just to find that the recipe is just... - 128.368
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... - 128.321
How about using bread for making a delicious Indian snack? Indian home chef Manjula makes bread pakoda using gram flour and Indian Spices. This snack is best enjoyed with tea during evening. As usual Chef manjula has the detailed recipe with instructions. - 125.349
Crispy Onion Pakoras
Crispy Onion Fritters to enjoy on a rainy day with a cup of chai! Onion bhajis are a delicious and spicy pakora, perfect with a red or green chutney. This is a simple recipe to make your own mouth watering onion bhajis at home. They also make a wonderful... - 123.935
Onion And Eggplant Pakora
How about having some South Asian style fritters with a touch of spice to it? In the video, chef is making fritters with two different ingredients. However the batters for both are same and is made with chickpea flour and spices. While she dips eggplant... - 122.059
Pakistani Pakora Kurhi
Want a hot and sour soup for a cold winter night? Something that is not so usual and vegetarian as well. In this video, chef is making Pakistani Pakora Kurhi in the most traditional or authentic way using the right mix of ingredients and spices. The soup is a... - 120.387
Aloo Ke Pakore
This aloo ke pakore is one Indian snack which has become international favorite. Watch this video to make these mouth-watering pakore which are popular worldwide and a bite of this crispy snack will take your taste buds to a whole new world of snacking. While... - 117.585
Crunchy Fish Pakora
If you want to learn the different variations of fish pakora, then here is the answer. Famous Indian chef Sanjay presents here, by how many different ways you can prepare the crunchy and delicious fish fritters. These are going to be the main attraction of... - 115.939
Healthy Onion Pakoda
Can you believe you just saw the words healthy and onion pakoda in the same sentence? Yes these are non-fried, no-oil pakodas microwaved to crispy perfection. These are meant for those on a diet or with cholesterol problems, having agonizing cravings for not... - 115.72
Indian Paneer Pakora
Want to try something crunchy snack which is healthy? These crunchy cottage cheese balls are just ideal. Paneer or cottage cheese is a popular ingredient in Indian cuisine, and it is prepared in several ways. One of the most delicious ways is obviously the... - 111.428
Celebrate monsoon with this home made crispy and crunchy Corn Pakoda. An awesome variation for regular Onion or Aloo Pakoda. - 107.78
Indian Paneer Pakoda
Crispy, Crunchy, tasty snack goes well on cold, rainy, cloudy days. A cup of ginger tea with garama garam Paneer Pakoda will make your day :-) If you are a paneer lover I am sure you are going to like this :-) - 105.968
Fried Tuna Fish Pakoras
On the lookout for an appetizer that you can whip up within minutes? Then watch this video and learn to make yummy tuna pakoras that everyone is sure to love! - 105.618
Indian Aloo Pakoda
Nothing like that to have hot Aloo pakoda with hot ginger tea during nice, cold, rainy weather. Tastes just awesome! - 105.309
Rain and snow storms may keep you arrested at house, but this is good time to enjoy fresh and hot snacks at home. Chef Manjula is just doing the same, it’s raining at her place and thus she makes bhajiya's using different types of vegetables. These are... - 100.058
Spinach known as palak in most parts of India is widely used in mains, sides and snacks as well. Watch Madhura showing how to make Palak Pakoda or Spinach Fritters with spinach and chickpea flour as the key ingredients. Great for tea time! - 94.2864
Pakora Or Bhajia - Panner, Aloo, Mix Vegetable Pakoras
If you're in the mood to have an Indian snack then this a must try recipe. In India we call it pakoras or bhajiyas. Chef Bhavna shows us how to make a variety of these . They are so yummy that you must try making it. This is a very famous Indian snack. You... - 92.3577
Raw Pakoras & Tahini
A fusion recipe that comprises of Indian style fritters served with a Lebanese dip. Such videos are the need of the hour to help bring variety to everyday boring food. You should try it today. - 77.3358
Spinach Fritters Or Modified Gotas As Appetizers
Deep-fried fritters have always been irresistible. The spinach fritters are no exception. How often you like to snack on something, but somehow failed to find the right combo. Bhal Dave's spinach fritters are the perfect answer. - 75.0692
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... - 72.6373
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... - 53.7553
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... - 51.5953
Kamal Kakri Pakoras
Lotus root (renkon in Japanese) is actually the rhizome of the lotus plant. It’s a popular vegetable throughout southern and eastern Asia, but it’s still not that well known in the west. Lotus root is full of fiber and various vitamins and other... - 47.3192
This goes very well served with gramflour dumplings in them - the kadhi here imparts a tangy spicyness to the pakodas. cooking time is including frying pakoraas. - 47.0253
Pat the vegetables dry with a paper towel and set aside.
To make the batter, sift the flour into a bowl.
Add all the remaining ingredients except the water.
Gradually add the water, stirring well to make a thick batter, rather like pancake batter.
Heat the... - 45.4553
Palak Pakoda Kadhi
1. Prepare a thick batter with three-fourths of the gram flour, soda bicarbonate, half the chilli powder and salt and water.
2. Heat fat in a deep fry-pan (karai) and fry spoonfuls of batter.
3. Turn over when one side is cooked. When golden yellow, remove... - 45.161
Mixed Vegetable Pakoras
1 Peel the vegetables.
2 Cut the vegetables into small and thin pieces.
3 In a bowl, preapre a thick batter with besan, water, salt, baking powder and coriander leaves.
4 Sprinkle the cut vegetables with red chilli powder and a... - 45.1314
1 In a bowl, soak the chana dal overnight.
2 Drain well.
3 In a grinder jar, add the soaked dal and grind.
4 In a separate bowl, combine the ground chana dal with all the other ingredients.
5 In a deep frying pan, heat the ghee.
6 ... - 44.819
Karhi With Pakoras
Beat curds and add gram flour.
Gradually add water avoiding lump formation.
Add ground masala paste and place on fire.
Keep stirring until it comes to a boil.
Lower heat and let boil half covered or uncovered for 1 1/2 to 2 hours or until karhi is thick.
Add... - 44.5813
1 In a bowl, mix besan and salt.
2 Add in water to make a batter, whisk it well.
3 Chop the onion, ginger, green chilli, mint and coriander leaves.
4 Peel the mangoes and chop into small flat pieces.
5 Add all the chopped ingredients into the... - 44.5719
Pakoras And Coconut Chutney
1) Gently heat the oil.
2) While the oil is heating, mix together all the remaining ingredients for the pakora in a bowl.
3) Add just enough water to make the mixture of a dripping consistency.
4) Into the moderately hot oil, drop spoonfuls of the... - 44.2754
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... - 43.5577
Sift the gram flour, plain flour, salt and bicarbonate of soda into a bowl.
Add the spices, the chopped coriander and green chillies to the bowl, then gradually pour in the water, mixing it in with a fork to form a smooth batter.
Add the prepared vegetables... - 43.5516
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. - 43.1743
1. Mix besan, soda, salt, red chilli pd. and ajwain.
2. Add enough milk gradually, to get a thick batter.
3. Beat the batter well till light.
4. Mix all ingredients of the filling, adding enough lemon juice to make a thick paste.
5. Cut paneer into slices... - 42.8106
Pakoras With Mint Chutney
First make the chutney.
Put all the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.
Taste and adjust the seasoning.
Put in a bowl and refrigerate for 3 hours.
To make the fritters, sift the flour, chili powder, salt and baking powder into a bowl.
Beat in... - 42.3423
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