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Bhaang Ki Pakori

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Nutritional information

1000
calories
4g
Sodium
14g
Fat
145g
Potassium
11g
Carbohydrates
2g
Fiber
1g
Sugar
2g
Protein

Bhaang Ki Pakori

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
    • 40 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy

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    Bhaang Ki Pakori is one of the old recipes in Asia. It comes with a terrific flavor, inviting aroma, and mouthwatering taste. It is a popular snack during Holi festivities.

    The recipe is made of potatoes and flavored with cauliflower, onion, and spinach. It can be served with tea and you’ll surely find it pleasing and enjoyable.

    Health Benefits

    1. Gram flour is good for the human body. It is a good source of carbohydrate. Its intake ensures that the body gets enough energy for its everyday metabolism.
    2. Spinach and cauliflower are very delicious in meals. They are also good sources of antioxidants for the body. By this, they help to secure the internal organs of the body from cancer. Also, they offer adequate boost for the immune system of the body.
    3. Potato is another notable ingredient in the dish. It comes with several nutrient properties. Its regular intake can have positive impact on the smooth functioning of the overall body system.
    4. Oil is also good for the body. It is a good source of fat. Its intake helps the body to complete its metabolic activities at ease. Also, it aids easy digestion of meals already taken.

     

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    How to make Bhaang Ki Pakori

    1. Cut all the vegetables in large chunks after you have washed them. Set it aside.
    2. Mix gram flour, baking soda, and salt in a bowl.
    3. Add cannabis seed powder, carom seeds, and pomegranate powder.
    4. Add a little water and mix everything together very well so that it becomes batter.
    5. Dip the vegetable piecesin batches in the batter until they are completely coated in the batter.
    6. Heat oil in a big pan. Fry the vegetables in batchesin the hot oil until color turns golden.
    7. Serve it at once.

    Trivia

    1. Potatoes were first cultivated in India around 200 B.C. Today, it is the major non-cereal meal crop around the world.

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