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Pakora—Indian Vegetable Fritters


Often served for appetizers with chai in Indian households, this recipe has a cornucopia of spices and herbs. It is a very popular street food and buffet item at weddings and parties. You may tailor it according to what herbs and spices you like.

Also the amount and type of vegetables are up to you. Common vegetables used are potatoes, onion, cauliflower, and spinach. Tip: try to keep potatoes thin and all the vegetables roughly the same size for even cooking.

Submitted by: Kulminder from Calgary, AB
Yield: serves 5 or more


Featured in this Recipe

Fennel, Whole Seeds

Fennel Seeds


Jar, 1/2 Cup, 2 oz.
Chiles, Cayenne

Cayenne Pepper


Jar, 1/2 Cup, 2.5 oz.
Curry, Garam Masala Ground

Garam Masala


Flatpack, 1/2 Cup


Preparation Instructions:

  1. Heat oil for frying.

  2. Mix all ingredients together till well combined. It should be relatively thick batter not thin batter with vegetables floating in it. This results in a crunchy fritter!

  3. Wait till oil is ready and drop fritters in with a tablespoon. Watch carefully , turn the fritter to cook evenly on other side and remove when golden brown. Test one and ensure the inside is cooked and not wet.

  4. Adjust the seasoning in the remaining batter as needed. If the outside is brown and inside is not cooked, lower heat a little to ensure the fritter is in long enough to cook through.


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Customer Reviews


What kind of dipping sauce is used for the fritters?
Or non maybe. Thanks

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