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Cheese stuffed Bread Pakkora

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Ingredients

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6 bread slices
1 cup cheese - grated
1 capsicum
1 onion - diced
5 green chilies - chopped
2 tsp coriander leaves
1/2 tsp chat masala
Salt as needed
1 pinch oregano
oil for deep frying
1 cup gram flour
1/4 tsp red chili powder

Nutritional information

861
calories
71.61 g
carbohydrates
44.36 g
protein
44.19 g
fat
1405 mg
sodium
11 mg
cholesterol

Cheese stuffed Bread Pakkora

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

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Oh boy, are you in for a treat with this cheese stuffed bread pakkora. That’s a mouthful to say, which is appropriate, because this dish is a delicious mouthful. Pakkora, is a fried snack that originates from the Indian subcontinent. It is typically made by combining one or two ingredients, dipping them in gram flour batter, then deep frying them. This is a great snack that goes well with a nice cold beer or all by itself. It’s all up to you.

Health Benefits

This snack is delicious, we already know that, or at least you will once you make it. But is it healthy? The answer is, it is not the healthiest food out there, it’s not raw oats, but it definitely has some health benefits that you can make use of. The cheese content in this pakora has protein and calcium which helps to maintain strong bones, fight off hypertension, and even build muscles. Just don’t over indulge when eating this snack.

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How to make Cheese stuffed Bread Pakkora

  • Combine the onions, green chili, capsicum, and coriander leaves.
  • Add oregano, chat masala, and salt.
    • Mix well.
  • Spread the filling on half the bread slices.
  • Cover the filling with the remaining bread slices.
  • Cut the sandwiches diagonally.
  • Mix salt, gram flour, and red chili powder for the batter in a bowl.
  • Add enough water to make a thick batter to coat the bread slices.
  • Add water one tbsp at a time to avoid thin batter.
    • Note: You want to achieve a medium consistency.
  • Dip one stuffed slice in the batter and coat both sides.
  • Drop sandwich into mid-high hot oil.
  • Flip to the other side when you see the bottom turn golden brown
  • Drop onto a paper towel to drain excess oil once done.
  • Serve hot with your favorite sauce and enjoy!

Trivia

Pakkora is extremely popular in Scotland.

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