Watch: Bread Pakoda Gets Spicier And Better With This Easy Recipe

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How many of you have eaten thick bread pakoras in the evening to satisfy your evening hunger? A lot, we guess. The delicious taste of this delicious food fills our stomachs in no time. A popular Indian street food, Ruti Pakora can be easily made at home. This deep fried delicacy usually has a mild flavor, which is why it is also loved by children. However, if your palate still needs the extra spice that it is used for, spice up your bread crumbs – just the way you like it.

Ever tried spicy bread pakoras? If not here’s a new product just for you! We have a simple spicy pakoras recipe to make your evening spicy. Food blogger Manjula Jain shared this recipe on her YouTube channel ‘Manjula’s Kitchen’ and here we are sharing it with you all.

How To Make Spicy Bread Pakoda I Spicy Bread Pakoda Recipe

Start by making batter for pakoras – thicken it with besan, asafoetida, baking soda, salt, oil and corn starch. Then first make a mixture with cumin, ginger, raw chilli, asafoetida, red chilli powder etc. Add boiled potatoes, salt, black salt, mango powder, hot spices and a mixture. Sugar dash to balance the taste. Mix well for a few minutes till the potatoes are cooked. Sprinkle some coriander leaves and taste to make sure the mixture is spicy enough!

Now to finally make the bread pakoras, spread the potato mixture on the bread crumbs, cover them with plain slices and cut diagonally into two halves. Then dip the sandwiches in the pre-made basin paste and fry in hot oil till golden brown. Serve with your favorite sauce.

You can watch the recipe video below to see how spicy bread pakoras are made:

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