Bread Pakora | How to make Bread Pakora

By Salma Godil  |  1st Sep 2015  |  
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About Bread Pakora Recipe

This is a wonderful breakfast munch.The breads stuffed with spicy tangy potato mixture & green chutney then enclosed in batter to give a perfect crisp snacker.

Bread Pakora

Ingredients to make Bread Pakora

  • Potato Filling: 4-5 Pieces Boiled potatoes
  • 1 Piece Green chilli
  • 3 Tablespoons Chopped cilantro
  • 1 Teaspoon Red chilli Powder
  • 1 Teaspoon amchur Powder
  • 1 Cup Mint-coriander Green Chutney (Optional)
  • 1 Teaspoon salt
  • besan Batter: 2 Cups besan
  • 1 Teaspoon Red chilli Powder
  • 1 Teaspoon Garam masala
  • 1 Teaspoon Ajwain
  • water to mix batter
  • salt to taste
  • oil for frying
  • 6 Slices Breads
  • A pinch of hing

How to make Bread Pakora

  1. For Potato Filling: Boil the potatoes. peel and mash them when they are warm. To mashed potatoes, add and mix coriander leaves, green chili, red chili powder, amchur powder and salt.
  2. For Besan Batter: In Besan add ajwain, red chili powder, garam masala powder, asafoetida and salt. Add water for the desired consistency. Check for the seasoning. Add few drops of oil in the batter and keep it aside.
  3. For Assembling Bread Pakora: Slice the bread into triangular slices Apply chutney on one side of triangular bread Apply mashed potato mixture evenly on the bread Cover this slice with another slice
  4. Dip into besan batter to coat the breads. Deep fry pakora in hot oil on medium flame till crisp and golden brown. Enjoy with Tea or Coffee.

My Tip:

Do not heat the oil too much else the pakora browns too quickly.

Reviews for Bread Pakora (37)

Sakeena Fatima6 months ago

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Chhaya Rathia year ago

Waj
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Jasjit Kaura year ago

Att
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Naheed Alama year ago

Awsome!
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Prerna Paia year ago

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Veena Mogali2 years ago

Loved it
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Mohini Pandey2 years ago

Nice
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Neelam Tanwani2 years ago

Waoooo
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Anusha Tellakula2 years ago

Hai.. I am a beginner in cooking... recipe looks easy... can you add pics for each step like in some sites... so that we can understand it better.... Thank u Anusha
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Falguni Chondagar
2 years ago
Very nice i like this very much

Sadiya rahmani2 years ago

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Sadhana Gupta2 years ago

Good breakfast bahut banatai hai
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Ankit Kumar Gupta2 years ago

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Gunjan Goswami2 years ago

Yummy & crispy
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Foram Galaiya2 years ago

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Virendra More2 years ago

दमदार नास्ता
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kusum attri2 years ago

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Neelam Srivastava2 years ago

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Neelam Raj purohit2 years ago

Awesome..!!
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Anamika Singh2 years ago

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anita bharti2 years ago

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Gouranga Das2 years ago

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Anil Dogra2 years ago

very nice recipe
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Geeta Nandalal N3 years ago

Is there no way we can have it baked and not fried.
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Saroj Yadav3 years ago

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Rekha Agarwal3 years ago

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Kusum Chhawchharia3 years ago

lovely i tried
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Nisha Gupta3 years ago

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Sabrina Dutta3 years ago

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Sofiya Mulla3 years ago

hw to make green chutney for this
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Nihar Sulthana3 years ago

nice
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mahekheena. Pahilwani4 years ago

Just one query Between 2sliced bread we have to put potato mix and of these slices apply chutney on one slice or both.
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Kavita Ferwani4 years ago

nice
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Tejal Patel4 years ago

superb delicious items
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bina bedi4 years ago

Thank you !!!! All time favourite!!!!
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Lipsmacking Bites4 years ago

Superb. preferred anytime over vada pav / samosa …i desperately want to learn this....
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Aalim Ali4 years ago

Love being Indian. This came out really good .
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Gyanendra Verma4 years ago

Tried it today. Easy and delicious recipe. Loved it. Thanks for sharing :-)
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