Mixed vegetable Pakora Recipe - Yummy Traditional

Mixed vegetable Pakora Recipe


mixed vegetable pakora recipe with step by step photos



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Make Vegetable Pakora with step by step photos


Pakora is a delicious and popular food street snack, prepared with gram flour and vegetables, in which you can add anything by your choice, I added basic veggies like potatoes, onions, green chilies, and coriander leaves, additionally can be added spinach, eggplant usually pakora is had almost throughout the year, But in Ramadan, its demand has been increased, most people love to have an iftar especially in Pakistan

Which is considered an incomplete iftar table without Pakoras and samosa or chaatI prepared pakora from my homemade instant pakora mix powder, from this same pakora mix powder you can make chicken, prawns, potato, and chilies pakoras easily, so lets the go-ahead to know how to make mixed pakora 
 
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how to make vegetable pakora



    Take out homemade instant pakora powder In a medium mixing bowl
    Note don’t need to add any spices in it because already has been added spices just add vegetables then fry, add veggies and mix them well

    Now add water gradually to the pakora batter mix well until fluffy and thick without any lumps batter neither should be thick nor rainy, it would not be properly coated with veggies, keep aside for 20 minutes..



      Take a wok or deep frying pan pour oil and heat it on medium flame, Oil should be not too hot otherwise pakora will remain uncooked from inside and burn the crust, The best way to check the oil heat is you put one drop of batter if instantly pakora come up that means oil is too much hot or if  take a second to come up that’s means oil is medium heated, it’s ideal heat to fry at 1 time add 3-4 pakora in the wok

      Flip it carefully so that it doesn’t shred_Fry them until you get nice golden brown color




      Place the kitchen towel on the plate or tray for removing excess oil from pakora_
      Transfer to the serving plate/tray

                       


      Now Ready to serve with the ketchup and coriander sauce

      pakora recipe







      Mixed vegetable pakora is a delicious and popular food street snack, prepared with gram flour and vegetables, in which you can add anything of your choice

      Ingredients:
      1. 8 tbsp, instant pakora mix powder 
      2. 1 cup, boiled potatoes cut into a cube shape
      3. ¼ cup, onion thin slices
      4. 1 tbsp, green chilies chopped
      5. 1 ½ tbsp, coriander leaves
      6. 100ml, water or as required
      7. As required, cooking oil (for frying)
      How to make the Mixed Pakora?
      1. Take out homemade instant pakora powder In a medium mixing bowl
      2. Note don’t need to add any spices in it because already has been added spices just add vegetables then fry
      3. Then add potatoes, green chilies, coriander, and onions mix them well
      4. Now add water gradually in the pakora batter, mix well until fluffy and thick without any lumps
      5. The batter neither should be thick nor rainy, it would not be properly coated with veggies
      6. Keep aside for 20 minutes.
      7. Take a wok or deep frying pan pour oil and heat it on medium flame
      8. Oil should be not too hot otherwise pakora will remain uncooked from inside and burn the crust 
      9. The best way to check the oil heat is you put one drop of batter if instantly pakora come up that means oil is too much hot or if  take a second to come up that means oil is medium heated
      10.  it’s ideal heat to fry at 1 time add 3-4 pakora in the wok
      11. Flip it carefully so that it doesn’t shred 
      12. Fry them until you get nice golden brown color
      13. Place the kitchen towel on the plate or tray for removing excess oil from the pakora
        Transfer to the serving plate/tray
      14. Now Ready to serve with the ketchup and coriander sauce
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