Rainy day Bread Pakoras | How to make Rainy day Bread Pakoras

By Bindiya Sharma  |  14th Jul 2015  |  
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  • Rainy day Bread Pakoras, How to make Rainy day Bread Pakoras
Rainy day Bread Pakorasby Bindiya Sharma
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About Rainy day Bread Pakoras Recipe

Love these pakoras with a cup of ginger tea...when its pouring outside!

Rainy day Bread Pakoras

Ingredients to make Rainy day Bread Pakoras

  • 200g gram flour(besan) sifted
  • 6 bread slices
  • a pinch of baking soda
  • 1/4 tsp ajwain
  • 1/4 teaspoon dry mango powder
  • salt acc to taste
  • 2 finely chopped green chillies
  • 1/4 teaspoon red chilli powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon turmeric powder
  • water as required
  • oil for deep frying

How to make Rainy day Bread Pakoras

  1. 1. First we will make the plain bread pakoras without stuffing-Take a bowl and add gram flour and water.Mix well so that there will be no lumps in the bowl.
  2. 2. Mix dry mango powder, salt, green chillies, ajwain, baking soda, red chilli powder and turmeric powder with the gram flour and water mixture.
  3. 3. Now cut the bread into halves.Add oil in a frying pan.Take a bread piece and dip it in the gram flour mixture and fry until golden brown. Drain well on paper towels to remove excess oil.
  4. 4. Serve the bread pakoras with mint chutney or garnished with some coriander leaves.
  5. For stuffed bread pakoras- Simply mash together 4 boiled potatoes with some garam masala, green chillies, coriander, chilli powder, amchur and salt to taste. Stuff mixture between bread slices cut into half, dip in besan mixture and deep fry. Drain onto paper towels and serve stuffed bread pakoras hot!

Reviews for Rainy day Bread Pakoras (24)

Nandini Maheshwari8 months ago

My all time favourite..
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Jyoti Kulkarnia year ago

It was very tasty
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Ishita Haldera year ago

Thanks
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Chaitali Maru2 years ago

Its to faster n testy Tiffin kay liye mainy banaya ekdam fast ban jata hai n fresh bhi rahata hai long time tak Tusm for sharing this receip Tnx a lot
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Sonali Bhagwani2 years ago

Hi....I love to add cheese in pakoda....any pointers for that. It actually takes lots of oil and comes out of bread too...
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Sirat Sukhi2 years ago

Pr mam mera stuff bread pakora me oil chla jata h.isliye mai stuff krke fry krne se drte hu . pls mujhe btaiye.
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Bebi Sarmah2 years ago

Looks yummy.
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Sonu 2 years ago

I love this
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Zeenath Amaanullah2 years ago

jus wowwwwww..:blush::blush:
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sana Tungekar2 years ago

awesome look
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Trishala Singh2 years ago

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Debalina Basu2 years ago

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Saila Vellampalli2 years ago

super fast
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Hussain Sv2 years ago

I tried it at home its a stomach full pakoras for our gingerbread it made tasty
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Priya Rakesh2 years ago

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yogita 2 years ago

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Neena Bansal2 years ago

my favourite
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Priya Chugh2 years ago

Wow awesome
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Kusum Chhawchharia3 years ago

I think if we stuff potato and masala it will become more tasty
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Shalu Ratawal3 years ago

while frying bread pakoras, bread becomes very soft n not easily fried out..wt to do?
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Neha Sharma3 years ago

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Dooradarsini Sonita3 years ago

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Beaula Neelima3 years ago

didn't prepare yet
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kalpana varanasi3 years ago

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