Stuffed Mirch Pakora
Stuffed Mirch Pakora recipe is a mix of spices blended together in gram flour that is a popular snack in the Indian subcontinent. It is also a very popular Asian cuisine that is divided and presented differently in many countries of the subcontinent. Mirch Pakora recipe is very crisp on the outside and medium soft to a juicy crisp on the inside, accompanied by a highly spicy flavor. There are many varieties of pakoras that are softer overall and are termed as Maida Pakora in many cultural restaurants; some are even made with other ingredients such as potatoes. Stuffed Mirch Pakora recipe is a deliciously spicy treat prepared from fresh chilies, combined with gram flour and a few other spices that give the spicy snack more flavor and nutritional values. The main objective of adding in other spices is to add more dimension to its flavor which will help it to bring down strong aroma of the Mirch Pakora recipe and make it more presentable as a mid-day snack. Especially if the maker is expecting guests or just want to add a twist with some tempting snacks like pav, classic bread and dips like coconut chutney. It is famous for tasting amazing with Mumbai cutting chai.
Stuffed Mirch Pakora Recipe can be easily prepared within just 10 minutes. To prepare the snack, take one cup gram flour, 1/2 teaspoon carom seeds (ajwain), 1/4 tablespoon chili powder, 1/4 tablespoon turmeric powder (haldi), 1/4 garam masala powder, 1 pinch of asafetida, 1 pinch of baking soda, salt as required by taste and water as required to make it a thick paste. After that, make a thick paste out of all the ingredients placed above and mix well into a thick paste. This will be used to coat the green chilies. Then, slit the green chili from the middle or one side, only slit as much to not break the chilies. Additionally, with a spoon scoop out the seeds and pith then coat the chili piece with the batter thoroughly twice or more properly. In a frying pan, pour oil and let it heat up until the required temperature. Once it’s done heating, carefully place all the chilies in the heated oil to fry until they are crisp brown. Now, serve with pav, bread or as a side dish for your family to enjoy. It is also amazing to eat during the monsoon season or rainy season.