Pakora (Fritter) is a famous recipe for Iftar and Ramadan ul Mubarak. Pakoras are made in 90% homes at the time of iftar. Pakoray is a very tasty, light weight, and light saltish snack eaten with tomato ketchup, raaita or chutney. People of Pakistan and neighboring countries are very keen of eating pakora. Other than Ramadan, pakora is usually eaten in the rainy season. It tastes very well when weather is pleasant, rainy or with cool breezes. Pakistani women are very fond of cooking pakoray of different kinds. Especially, in the month of Ramadan, they keep besan (gram flour) days before arrival of Ramadan. New-to-cooking girls keep pakora recipes with then and make pakoras with the help of recipe. However, experienced women can make it without the help of written instructions in a recipe.
There are many kinds of pakore. Famous pakore recipes are aloo ke pakore, palak ke pakore, chicken pakore, onion pakore, chili pakore and egg pakore. Learn all these pakore recipes here at KFoods.com and enjoy the newer tastes of pakoray. You can also keep these recipes for Ramadan, try a different pakora recipe everyday and double the bliss of iftar time.