Bread Pakora (Pakoda) Recipe

Bread Pakora (Pakoda) Recipe




20 min


25 min


Potatoes 2 Large
Gram Flour (Besan) 150 gms
Green Chillies 2-3
Garlic Cloves 5-6
Cumin or Mustard Seeds 1/4 Teaspoon
Turmeric Powder 1/4 to 1/2 Teaspoon
Coriander Powder 1 Teaspoon
Salt As Per Taste
Fresh Coriander Leaves 2-3 Tablespoon
Oil As Per Requirement
Garam Masala 1/2 Teaspoon
Bread Slices 5
Bread Pakoras

Bread Pakoras

How To Make Bread Pakora (Pakoda):

  • Boil 2 large Potatoes. Once it cools down peel, mash and keep aside.
  • Clean, wash and chop fresh coriander leaves.
  • Chop 2-3 green chillies. Crush 3-4 garlic cloves.
  • For potato masala heat 2-3 tablespoon oil in kadhai.
  • Put cumin seeds or mustard seeds. Once it starts spluttering add crushed garlic and cook till it turns light brown.
  • Now add green chillies and cook slightly.
  • Put mashed potatoes in it and mix.
  • Put turmeric powder, coriander powder, red chilly powder and garam masala.
  • Put salt, chopped coriander leaves and some oil if required and stir properly.
  • Switch off the flame. Bread pakora masala is ready.
  • Now its time to prepare besan (gram flour) batter.
  • In a vessel take around 150 gms besan and add water gradually and mix in order to make medium batter consistency. It should not be too thick nor too thin.
  • Now take 4-5 bread slices and cut it in triangle shapes. Put potato masala on each bread pieces. Now place one bread slice on top of other and keep aside in a plate.
  • Heat sufficient oil in kadhai for frying bread pakoras (pakodas).
  • Take stuffed bread slices one by one dip in besan batter such that batter coats bread properly from all the sides. Do it carefully to avoid breaking of bread.
  • Put it slowly in oil. Again be very careful while inserting coated potato stuffed bread in oil.
  • Don’t drop it from top else hot oil will pop out and can cause burning.
  • Fry bread pakoras from both the sides.
  • Don’t keep flame high because bread pakoras or besan gets cooked in less time. If flame is high there are chances of burning bread.
  • As soon as you are done with all Bread pakoras switch of the flame.
  • These bread pakoras goes very well with green dhaniya tamatar chutney and dry coconut garlic chutney.


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