Baingan Pakoda Recipe | Brinjal Pakora | Indian Food Recipes By, 2015-09-30 Baingan Pakoda Recipe | Brinjal Pakora | Indian Food Recipes Try this Easy Baingan Pakora also called as Brinjal Pakoda, which is a tempting snack item. Everyone definitely relish in having this as his or her Monsoon Recipes. Have a look at the recipe. Prep Time: 20min Cook time: 25min Ingredients: 5Small brinjals,1cupGram flour,as per requiredWater,¼ teaspoonTurmeric powder,¼ teaspoonChili powder,½ teaspoonCoriander powder,pinchBaking soda,Saltto taste,Oilfor frying, Instructions: Take a mixing bowl and add all the dry ingredients like gram flour, turmeric powder, red chili powder, coriander powder, cumin powder and salt Mix them together and add required water to it – about 2/3 cup Mix them together to obtain a smooth batter without any lumps Slice the brinjals thinly in either round shapes or vertical slices Dip them in the batter evenly and gently place them in hot oil Fry them till they turn golden brown in color Fry both the sides With the slotted spoon remove them from oil and place them on oil absorbent sheet Turn off the flame and serve them hot as snacks in the evening with coriander chutney or tamarind chutney During monsoon, we desire to have a lip smacking hot pakoras with any green chutney. This will definitely fulfill your taste buds. Brinjal considered as a low calorie food and has healthy nutrition profile. So there is no harm to your diet in having once a week. Know more About Eggplant. -Neelima

Monsoon Special Brinjal Pakora Recipe

Monsoon Special Brinjal Pakora Recipe

Brinjal Pakora otherwise called as Baingan pakora is a yummy snack recipe that you can have it with your family members in the evening. Crispy outside and soft inside, try this recipe for your kids.

Ingredients

  • 5Small brinjals
  • 1cupGram flour
  • as per requiredWater
  • ¼ teaspoonTurmeric powder
  • ¼ teaspoonChili powder
  • ½ teaspoonCoriander powder
  • pinchBaking soda
  • Saltto taste
  • Oilfor frying

Directions

  • Take a mixing bowl and add all the dry ingredients like gram flour, turmeric powder, red chili powder, coriander powder, cumin powder and salt
  • Mix them together and add required water to it – about 2/3 cup
  • Mix them together to obtain a smooth batter without any lumps
  • Slice the brinjals thinly in either round shapes or vertical slices
  • Dip them in the batter evenly and gently place them in hot oil
  • Fry them till they turn golden brown in color
  • Fry both the sides
  • With the slotted spoon remove them from oil and place them on oil absorbent sheet
  • Turn off the flame and serve them hot as snacks in the evening with coriander chutney or tamarind chutney

During monsoon, we desire to have a lip smacking hot pakoras with any green chutney. This will definitely fulfill your taste buds.

Brinjal considered as a low calorie food and has healthy nutrition profile. So there is no harm to your diet in having once a week. Know more About Eggplant.

-Neelima

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