Bread Pakora

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Bread Pakora
Bread Pakora or Bread bajji is one of the most popular deep fried snack.Made in minutes, using easily available, few ingredients, this one top the charts when it comes to sinful eating.
bread pakora

Bread Pakora
 
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Recipe type: Snacks
Serves: 1-2
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Bread Pakora or bread bajji is simple to make, quick snack.The sliced bread is layered with a batter of spiced chickpea flour and deep fried.
Ingredients
  • 2 slices of bread
  • 1 small cup gram flour
  • Salt to taste
  • Red chilli powder as per taste
  • A pinch of baking soda
  • Water
  • Oil for frying
Method
  1. Make a basic flour batter, by mixing gram flour, salt, red chilly powder, soda and water.It’s consistency should be thick enough to coat bread pieces.
  2. Cut the slice in any shape viz; square, rectangle, triangle etc.
  3. If green chutney is available, you can apply a little of it on bread slice before dipping it in batter, it provides a tangy taste to pakoras.
  4. Dip them in flour batter and fry in hot oil till light golden brown.
  5. Serve immediately with ketchup or chutney

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5 thoughts on “Bread Pakora

  1. […] grains up, without letting it get too soggy and fall apart when cooking later. I served this with bread pakora and a plate heaped with chocolate and blueberry muffins (cooked lovingly in the fine kitchen of a […]

  2. That is a tasty snack for tea…Loved the clicks…
    First time to your SindhiRasoi..will drop in often from now..
    http://panchamrutham.blogspot.com/
    regards
    Deepti

  3. Yummy!! I love these pakoras and make them sometimes during the winter.

  4. Simple and delicious tea time snack. Baking powder is a new addition for me, shall try the next time while making these bread pakoras.

  5. Yummm….yummm…the bread pakoda looks so good…started my day with ur recipe and the pic is making me so hungry:)

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