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Monday, March 11, 2019

Bread Pakora recipe


               Bread pakora recipe- without deep frying

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Bread pakora recipe is very famous snack. Today, I am going to share my innovative recipe of bread pakora in which I have used semolina instead of chickpea flour and vegetables instead of potato and most important thing is, I have not deep fried it, so totally healthy and yummy treat, great recipe for non-vegetable eaters, specially kids. So let us start.


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Recipe cuisine - Indian

Recipe course - Snack

Preparation time - 30 minutes

Servings – 4 servings

Recipe ingredients:

4 small bread slice
2 cup semolina
1,1/2 cup butter milk
1 cup spring onion
½ cup capsicum
1 cup green peas
½ cup carrot
1 tbsp refined oil
½ tea spoon red chili powder
¼ tea spoon turmeric powder
½ tea spoon coriander cumin powder
Salt to taste
½ cup green coriander leaves
1 green chili finely chopped ( optional)

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Recipe instruction:

First, soak the semolina in buttermilk for 30 minutes.
Meanwhile, chop all the vegetables in a chopper separately.
Heat 1 tbsp refined oil in a non stick pan.
Add onions, sauté for 2 minutes, add capsicum and sauté for 2 minutes.
Now mix green peas, sauté for 1 minute, add carrot and all the spices and salt to taste and cook on low flame for 2 minutes stirring continuously.
Let it cool.
Mix salt to taste to the semolina batter, add chopped green chilli and coriander leaves and mix well. It should be medium in consistency, neither thick nor thin.
Next, take bread slices and remove their edges with the help of a sharp knife.
Fill the mixture between two bread slices, and cut them in a sandwich shape from the center.
Dip the ready sandwich in the batter and place them carefully in a non-stick sandwich maker.
Repeat the process, close the lid and let it cook for 4-5 minutes.
Yummy and healthy bread pakora is ready to serve.
Serve with tomato ketchup or chutney.
If you like my recipe please give comments in the comments box.
Feel free to ask any questions about the recipe.

Note : You can also make the normal bread pakora in the same way.



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