People make Pakoras in number of different ways. Mix Vegetable Pakora is prepared mostly during Ramadan in Asian Islamic countries. In other Asian countries like India, people eat mix vegetable pakora in the evening with tea. They are also known as Bhajiya in India. They are served hot with chatni or yogurt. You can add potato, onion, green chili, coriander, cauliflower and cabbage to improve the taste of the vegetable pakoras.
These pakoras are crunchy, crispy and bit spicy. You can also add other spices like crushed coriander seeds and cumin seeds. Pakoras are perfect to serve as a snack in a rainy day. If you want crispy pakoras, you should cook them on a medium low flame in hot oil. If oil will be too hot, pakoras will not be crispy and if the oil will not be enough hot then pakoras can be so much oily. Cook it once and Enjoy with friends and family.
Here is the authentic recipe of Mix Vegetable Pakora. Please follow the exact recipe for amazing results. Do not forget to leave your lovely comments.
INGREDIENTS FOR MIX VEGETABLE PAKORA:
Chili Flakes 1 tsp
Gram Flour (Besan) 1 Cup
Water As required
Turmeric Powder ¼ tsp
Salt To taste
Potato (1 inch Sliced) 1 medium sized
Cumin Seeds (Crushed) 1 tsp
Onion (Sliced) 1 medium sized
Coriander Seeds (Crushed) 1 tsp
Spinach (Roughly Chopped) 1 Cup
Green Chili 2 – 3
Oil To fry
Cabbage (Julienne Cutting) 1 Cup
Take a bowl and mix all vegetables in it. Add gram flour, salt, chili flakes, turmeric powder, cumin and coriander seeds crushed. Now mix it well with your hands. Add some water if required. The mixture should be thick enough to make proper shape of Pakoras. Now heat up some oil for frying. Deep Fry Pakoras over medium flame until they become golden brown in color. Serve with Ketchup or Chatni.