Bread Pakoda

TSh 6,000

Bread pakoda is a popular Indian street food and snack made by deep-frying bread slices coated in a spiced gram flour (besan) batter. This crispy and flavorful dish is enjoyed across India as a delicious tea-time snack or as part of a light meal.

To prepare bread pakoda, you’ll start by making a thick batter using gram flour (besan) along with spices such as turmeric powder, red chili powder, cumin seeds, ajwain (carom seeds), and salt. The batter is mixed with water to form a smooth and thick consistency.

Slices of bread are then dipped into the besan batter, ensuring they are well-coated on both sides. The coated bread slices are carefully placed into hot oil and deep-fried until they turn golden brown and crispy.

The key to delicious bread pakoda lies in the flavorful batter, which infuses the bread slices with spices and a crispy texture when fried. Some variations of bread pakoda include stuffing the bread slices with a spiced mashed potato filling before coating them with the batter.

Once fried to perfection, bread pakodas are typically served hot and crispy, often accompanied by mint chutney or tamarind chutney for dipping. They can be enjoyed as a snack on their own or paired with a hot cup of masala chai for a delightful tea-time treat.

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