- 1 cup gram flour
- 1/2 tsp carom seeds
- 1 pinch baking soda
- 1/4 tsp garam masala powder
- 1/2 Red chili Powder
- salt to taste
- Oil for deep-frying
- water--as needed to make batter
- bread slices
Bread pakoras are savoury deep-fried fritters that are a great addition to evening or weekend get-togethers. This popular Indian street food is relished over breakfast as well. As a matter of fact, bread pakoras and chai are a must-have combo during the monsoon season. While preparing at home, you can make a variation of this lip-smacking and energising dish by adding spicy mashed potato stuffing, paneer, onions, chopped cilantro, etc. Its crunchy texture and subtle flavours make this a much-loved appetiser and finger food across generations. Bread pakoras are best enjoyed with ketchup, sriracha, cilantro chutney, or mint cilantro chutney.
Packing this for work? Make sure you carry it in an insulated lunchbox.
Ajwain, also known as Bishop’s weed or carom seeds, is rich in fibre, minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants. This herb has numerous health benefits and helps in curing indigestion and stomach ache. In addition, red chilies contain capsaicin that lowers blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
How to Make Bread Pakora
Store the Bread Pakora in an insulated storage container, one that will keep food fresh and hot for a few hours.