Noodles Pakora Recipe - Yummy Traditional

Noodles Pakora Recipe

                                         
                                                   
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Noodles Pakora | Noodles Fritters || How to make noodles pakora with step by step photos

Noodles fritters are literally delicious, crisp deep-fried evening snack that is made of boiled spiced noodles, gram flour along with some veggies and black pepper
Noodles pakora has a bit different taste from other pakora varieties due to making with noodles. easy to make and hardly takes 20-25 minutes to be prepared. you can variations by adding veggies of your choice


Nowadays rainy season (monsoon) is ongoing and in this weather feels like to have something special like chaatpakora, or samosa with hot tea or coffee
So on the same cloudy evening, I feel like eating something crispy and spicy which should be different from daily routine meals so I tried to make another version of pakora though it's common mostly people have been making but I prepared it in my style 
                             
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People add beaten eggs, maida, and additional spices other than spice maker but I didn’t use one of them in making pakora rather I added gram flour, and veggies, and in the additional spice, I added black pepper powder.
Noodles Pakora is pakoras with a slight twist of noodles. Pakoras are an all-time favorite snack in Pakistan and perfect for a rainy day or winter day or even for a cocktail party
                                       
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Recipe Notes:
  1. An important thing that should keep in the mind to making noodles pakora is that don’t cook the noodles in a large amount of water, Secondly don’t overcook the noodles otherwise, pakora won’t make crisp and they turn soggy
  2. I didn’t use additional spices to make this pakora except for black pepper as there is no need of adding more adding spices. if you will use extra spices in noodles pakora they won’t be good in taste
  3. Don’t add water for mixing noodles with gram flour, just splash some water to make batter if needed
  4. I added spring onion, green chilies and coriander leaves you can add veggies of your choice like boiled peas, cabbage, and capsicum 
  5. Oil temperature should be medium-hot around 140 C
  6. These pakoras are fried on the medium-low flame as they take little time to be fried if you will fry pakoras on high flame they will burn and fry on low they turn soggy and won’t make crisp
  7. For the best result follow my detailed step by step photo instructions and tips

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To begin this recipe firstly boil the noodles with a spice maker
To it in the pot pour one cup water with spice maker, stir to mix well.Once the water gets boiled put noodles 
                     
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And cooks them for 2-3 minutes on medium flame or until water dries up
                          
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Noodles are cooked shift to the mixing bowl and let it a bit cool down, set aside
                         
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Take all veggies and prepare them all
                                 
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In the noodles, bowl put chopped spring onion, green chilies, and coriander leaves. Next, add gram flour, baking soda, and black pepper powder
                   
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First, give them a good stir with the help of a spoon
                               
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Then combine well with the fingers. Splash some water on the noodles mixture if required. At this point adjust the spices and salt
                          
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The noodles mixture is ready

                                         
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Heat the oil in the wok on medium heat
                    
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Take a medium portion of the noodles mixture. Flatten it between your fingers
                           
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Drop the noodles pakora into the medium-hot oil.3-to 4 noodles pakora is enough in one batch_ Don’t overcrowed the pakoras in the wok. Once they started floating in the oil
Turn the side of the pakoras
                      
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And keep frying until they get a uniformly golden brown color. Drain out the noodles pakoras
                      
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Place on the kitchen towel napkin to remove the excess oil.Fry all remaining noodles in pakora 
                        
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Transfer to the serving dish
                            
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Serve hot noodles pakora with a hot cup of tea and garlic chili ketchup

                                
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Enjoy and Share!
                                    
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Noodles Fritters are literally delicious, crisp deep-fried evening snack that is made of boiled spiced noodles, gram flour along some veggies and black pepper.

Ingredients:
  1. 2 packets, noodles spiced 
  2. 3 tbsp, gram flour
  3. ½ tsp, crushed black pepper powder
  4. 2 cups, of water
  5. ¼ tsp, baking soda
  6. 1 cup, spring onion chopped
  7. 3-4 pcs, green chilies chopped
  8. a handful, of coriander, leaves chopped
  9. Oil, as required for frying
How to make the Noodles Pakora?
  1. To begin this recipe firstly boil the noodles with a spice maker
  2. To it in the pot pour one cup of water into the spice maker, and stir to mix well
  3. Once the water gets boiled put noodles and cook them for 2-3 minutes on medium flame or until water dries up
  4. Noodles are cooked shift to the mixing bowl and let it a bit cool down, set aside
  5. Take all veggies and prepare them all
  6. In the noodles, bowl put chopped spring onion, green chilies, and coriander leaves
  7. Next, add gram flour, baking soda, and black pepper powder
  8. First, give them a good stir with the help of a spoon
  9. Then combine well with the fingers
  10. Splash some water on the noodles mixture if required
  11. At this point adjust the spices and salt
  12. The noodles mixture is ready
  13. Heat the oil in the wok on medium heat
  14. Take a medium portion of noodles mixture
  15. Flatten it between your fingers
  16. Drop the noodles pakora into the medium hot oil
  17. 3-4 noodles pakora is enough in one batch
  18. Don’t overcrowed the pakoras in the wok
  19. Once they started floating in the oil
  20. Turn the side of the pakoras
  21. And keep frying until they get a uniformly golden brown color
  22. Drain out the noodles pakoras
  23. Place on the kitchen towel napkin to remove the excess oil
  24. Prepare all remaining noodles pakora
  25. Transfer to the serving dish
  26. Serve hot with a hot cup of tea and garlic chili ketchup
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