Bread Slices 2
Besan Powder 3/4 cup
Water 1/2 cup
Green Chillies 2-3 chopped
Coriander leaves chopped 3 tbs
Onion finely chopped 1/2 of a medium
Salt to taste
Oil for deep frying
-In a bowl add all the ingredients other than oil and the bread pieces Mix well to form a batter.
-Heat oil in a kadai/wok.
-When the oil turns hot(not smoky hot),dip each bread piece in the batter,coat well all the sides and deep fry flipping both sides.
-When it turns golden brown,remove from the oil using a slotted spoon onto a tissue paper.
-Serve with your favorite sauce.
*The oil should be on medium to high heat while cooking.
*The bread pieces float on the oil,so once the down part turns golden brown flip to the other side and press a little into the oil using the slotted spoon so that it fries all the sides too.
*The pakodas does not absorb oil at all.
Looks really appetizing and delicious dear :)ReplyDelete
Quick snack perfect with a cup of teaReplyDelete
oh i love this ...very tempting pakora ...ReplyDelete
lovely, perfect snack with a cup of coffee.ReplyDelete
Delicious snack . love itReplyDelete
Such delicious snack ..looks yummReplyDelete
All time fav snack :) bread pakoda looks very delicious and yumm dear !!ReplyDelete
Yummy tea time snack,love itReplyDelete
Sounds yummy and tempting dear :)ReplyDelete
Awesome well coated crisp pakoda ..droooling hereeee.ReplyDelete
Perfect & very good looking pakodas.................loved it.ReplyDelete
wow...beautiful presentation and am sure the taste would be equally yummy :)ReplyDelete
and thanks for your lovely comment on my blog !!
It has been ages since I made bread pakoda. Your recipe sounds yummy and the presentation looks very nice.ReplyDelete
quick & tasty pakoda....ReplyDelete
what an amazing blog you have!! lovely clicks and recipes, particularly this one!! Glad I found your blog, lets stay connected...cheersReplyDelete
thank u for stopping at my space,happy to follow backReplyDelete
Delicious and tempting pakoda...ReplyDelete
Looks tasty...its really tempting...nice clickReplyDelete
Looks tasty.Want to try soon.ReplyDelete
looks so yummy! :) will try this recipe! never made bread pakodas before...ReplyDelete
nice clicks! :)
wow! this looks delicious! thanks for giving another yummy idea for a snack..ReplyDelete
yumm, great way to use up old breadReplyDelete
Mouthwatering...am ready to have it anytime !!!!ReplyDelete
perfect tea time snack...lovely pictures...ReplyDelete
hope you enjoyed a lot the lovely pakodas// great way of making them thanks ruxana for sharing the step by step pix :)ReplyDelete
cute n hot luking pakodas r tempting me.ReplyDelete