Aloo Pakora Chaat
Aloo Pakora Chaat recipe is a common snack for iftar times but did you ever experience Aloo Pakora Chaat? If not then you must try this easy and delicious taste of homemade Aloo Pakora Chaat recipe and give your comments. With its origins in Uttar Pradesh, India, Aloo Pakora Chaat recipe has
Aloo Pakora Chaat recipe is a common snack for iftar times but did you ever experience Aloo Pakora Chaat? If not then you must try this easy and delicious taste of homemade Aloo Pakora Chaat recipe and give your comments. With its origins in Uttar Pradesh, India, Aloo Pakora Chaat recipe has become immensely popular in the rest of the Asian subcontinent.The chaat variants are all based on fried dough, with various other ingredients. The original chaat is a mixture of potato pieces;it can be served as a snack, a side dish or a light meal. It is made from boiled and fried cubed potatoes served with chat masala. It is a versatile dish that has many regional variations.It is made from boiled and fried cubed potatoes served with chat masala.
Whether its summer, winter or when it rains, Pakistani people are sure to enjoy this delicious and healthy snack. Aloo Pakora Chaat recipe can even be best served with masala tea for lunch or even as a starter for a fancy dinner. Now, potato Pakora is one of the most common side dish served with ketchup during Ramadan but it’s finally time to set the usual tradition aside and enlighten your family with a burst of new taste with the same old recipe along with a twist. The reason it is one of the most common and loved dish during Ramadan is that the ingredients can be found in every house without much trouble.
Foodies can also add ajwain (carom seeds) to the batter because sometimes Besan and potato are heavier to digest, which is why ajwain (carom seeds) help in easy digestion. A crispy golden yellow mouthwatering aloo Pakora chaat recipe along with hot masala chai or yogurt is a stealer. Enjoy it with your spouse or with a group of friends. Either way, the aroma of the fried potatoes makes the get-together quite interesting.
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| 0:10 To Prep
| 0:15 To Cook
| 6 Servings
| Tips About Recipe
• Besan (gram flour/chickpea flour
) - 1 cup
• Potato - 2 medium size (slIce
• Chopped Onion - 1 cup thinly chopped
• Chopped Tomato
- 1/4 cup
• Cilantro - 1 tablespoon
• Green chillies
- 1 finely chopped (optional)
• Red chilly powder - 1/2 Tea
spoon (according to spIce
- 1 tablespoon
• Chaat masala
- 1/2 Tea
to taste - 1/2 Tea
How to make Aloo Pakora Chaat
1- Preparing the batter to dip potato slices:
• Besan (gram flour) - 1 cup
• Red chilly power - 1/2 teaspoon.
• Salt according to taste - approximately - 1/2 teaspoon.
• Water little less than 1/2 cup approximately.
2- Mix them in a wide bowl, vegetables are easy to dip.
3- Prepare medium thick batter consistency slowly adding water to it.
4- Take 3 cups of oil in a deep bottomed skillet. Heat the oil on medium-high. Dip the potato slice one at a time in the batter so that potato slices are well coated with the batter.
5- Gently drop them in the skillet and deep fry until golden.
6- Remove them on to a paper towel covered plate to soak the excess oil and let it cool a minute or two.
7- Take the chopped onions, tomatoes, cilantro, green chillies (optional) to the cut bite size pakoras and mix all of them in a bowl.
8- After mixing all of the above in the bowl, garnish the pakora chaat with lemon juice, red chilli powder (according to spice level), 1/2 teaspoon chaat masala. and a little salt to taste.
dahi chana chaat is the simplest dish which is made on each gathering I additionally should made this dish on birthday and other aftari parties
- Tahira khurram,
- Apr 11, 2020
You should provide aloo pakora chaat both in Urdu and English for all kinds of readers. People who live in Pakistan might have difficulty in reading and understanding English. Whereas people living outside Pakistan might get difficulty in reading Urdu, so provide all iftar items in both languages.
- Shazia, Karachi
- Mar 19, 2019
- Mehar, Karachi
- Jul 18, 2014
very nice recipe i like it
- amna, saudia arabia (jeddah)
- Aug 30, 2010