Aloo pakora recipe is a perfect recipe for an evening or afternoon tea time brunch. You can serve these delicious treats with chili garlic sauce or creamy yogurt sauce. With incredibly hot days like these, aloo pakora recipe will be a perfect snack once the rainy season arrives. You will never regre
Aloo pakora recipe is a perfect recipe for an evening or afternoon tea time brunch. You can serve these delicious treats with chili garlic sauce or creamy yogurt sauce. With incredibly hot days like these, aloo pakora recipe will be a perfect snack once the rainy season arrives. You will never regret cutting potato slices, coating them with a spicy batter and deep-frying them until they are golden brown. These scrumptious delights will give your palate just what it asks for. Aloo pakora recipe even requires only basic ingredients that are used in every household e.g. onion, basan, potatoes, and a few spices. Boiled aloo pakora recipe is one of the most favored dishes among all the pakora recipes for iftar time. Not only is aloo pakora tasty but it is amazingly packed with various health benefits and energy. Aloo pakora recipe in Urdu is also available in the recipe below to teach you how to make aloo pakora recipe step by step and in other variations as well including, crispy potato pakora recipe, onion and potato pakoras recipes, and mashed potato pakora recipe.
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| 0:15 To Prep
| 0:10 To Cook
| 8 Servings
| Tips About Recipe
Add water to the Besan.
Besan has a tendency to be very clumpy, so you should add just a few tablespoons at a time to keep the batter smooth.
Add the Chilli powder, cumin powder, garlic, ginger, salt and chopped coriander and stir the batter.
The potatoes should be sliced very thinly.
No thicker than 1/4 of an inch.
At this point test one slice of potato in the batter.
There should just be a thin coat of batter.
Heat the oil in a pan.
Use a larger frying pan so that you have more surface area.
The oil doesn't need to be too deep since the potato slices are very thin.
Dip the potato slices in the batter and fry them till they are golden brown.
Remove them from the oil with a slotted spoon and set them on a paper towel for a minute to soak up the excess oil.
Potato Pakora is a very tasty Ramadan Iftar snack. It is made with potatoes, gram flour (besan), garlic, ginger, red chili, cumin powder and salt. Aloo pakora is the most common recipe of pakora. It doesn't take a very long time to cook. You just need to use right amount of spices to render a perfect taste of the recipe. Furthermore, you can also try mix vegetable pakora recipe.
The easiest way to cook any recipe such as Aloo Pakora, that I prepared last weekend, is to search it on kfoods web site and I found many appetizers and snack recipes. I advise about it to everyone.
- Aisha, Faisalabad
- Apr 23, 2019
I couldn't cook these things fast enough. Everybody was eating them as soon as they were done. I had to make another batch, to satisfy my hungry horde.
- Aisha, Karachi
- Jan 08, 2019
My loving daughter just want to eat Aloo pakora in Iftari, for her I have to make pakoras daily. I also make according to the same way which I see on this page, according to this method it make very crispy.
- Hira, Faisalabad
- Oct 18, 2018
I don't really like the regular pakora because to me, there is literally nothing in the pakoras but aloo pakora fills the gap in with its delicious aloo.
- Kiran Mumal Khan, Quetta
- Aug 07, 2018
This aloo pakora is sobnice dish who the everyone really like to eat that in mine family specially in the month of Ramadan due to the spicy and delicious taste
- haris, karachi
- May 16, 2018