To be able to cook an elaborate 3-course meal after wrapping up a long day at work is commendable. Now with ‘work-from-home’ becoming the norm, fixing a quick snack that can double up a filling lunch is an even greater achievement. Agree?
So today we have Avinash Patnaik from Bhubaneswar, Odisha to teach us how to make ‘Bread Pakora’ – an easy, yummy, and filling snack that can be made with ingredients already available in your kitchen. Get ready to bring this popular Indian street food item from the bustling gullies to your own kitchen.
Avinash Patnaik – recipe curator, food stylist, and photographer from Bhubaneswar teaches us how to make his all-time favorite ‘Bread Pakora.’
- 4 slices of bread (white or brown, depending on your bread preference)
- 1 cup besan (Gram flour)
- 1 pinch Haldi (turmeric Powder)
- 1 teaspoon cumin powder
- 1/2 teaspoon black salt
- 1-2 green chilies, finely chopped
- Chopped Coriander
- Salt to taste
- Water as required to make the batter
- Refined oil for deep frying
Directions to cook:
- Use any regular white bread (Brown if you are health conscious) and slice into triangular pieces by cutting it diagonally in between.
- Take 1 small bowl of besan(gram flour) add a pinch of turmeric, salt to taste(add little black salt as well), half a teaspoon cumin & carom seeds, finely chopped chilly and coriander leaf. Make a thin batter by adding water as per requirement ( batter should not be very runny nor too thick).
Heat a frying pan and add refined oil for deep frying the bread
Once the oil is sufficiently hot, dip the bread slices into the besan batter – one by one, and deep fry it over medium to high flame.
- Brown them on both sides, take it out and drain the excess oil with a napkin. Deep fry the remaining slices.
- Serve hot with your favorite sauce or dipping. (p.s. Health-conscious people can pan fry it instead of deep-frying)
Serve these hot bread pakoras with your favorite sauce or dipping. Follow Avinash on Instagram account for more such recipes.
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