Bread pakora is an Indian fried snack. It is also known as bread bhaji. A common street food, it is made from bread slices, gram flour, and spices among other ingredients. The snack is prepared by dipping triangular bread slices in spicy gram flour batter and frying them. Stuffing such as mashed potatoes is common.
Bread Pakora is quite easy and tasty snack in Indian which you can eat as a tea time snacks or in breakfast. It is very popular street food or roadside food which sells in huge quantity. To make bread pakoras, dip the bread slice into a gram flour batter and deep fried into oil till to crisp and golden.
Addition of green chilies, coriander and stuffing of potatoes or paneer makes this bread pakora more irresistible snack.
This time I shared very simple and easy to make bread pakora recipe, for which no need to prepare stuffing. Just cut the bread slices into equal pieces and dip into besan batter and fry them.
You can check stuffed bread pakora recipe also here: Stuffed Bread Pakoras (roadside style)
4 Bread Slices
1 Cup Bengal Gram or Besan
1 Tsp. Carom Seeds
Salt to Taste
Red Chili Powder to Taste
Oil For Frying
How to Make Bread Pakora:
Cut the each bread slices into equal four pieces and keep aside. Heat the oil in wok on high flame. Combine gram flour, salt, red chili powder, carom seeds and water to make smooth batter for pakoras. When oil is hot enough, dip each piece into besan batter and deep fry them on medium flame till to golden and crisp. You can fry 4-5 pieces at a time. Serve besan pakoras with green chutney or tomato ketchup and tea.
Bread Pakora Recipe
Bread pakora is an Indian fried snack. It is also known as bread bhaji. A common street food, it is made from bread slices, gram flour, and spices among other ingredients.
- 4 Bread Slices
- 1 Cup Gram Flour
- Salt to Taste
- Red Chili Powder to Taste
- 1 Tsp. Carom seeds
- Oil For Frying
Cut the each bread slices into equal four pieces and keep aside.
Heat the oil in wok on high flame.
Combine gram flour, salt, red chili powder, carom seeds and water to make smooth batter for pakoras.
When oil is hot enough, dip each piece into besan batter and deep fry them on medium flame till to golden and crisp.
You can fry 4-5 pieces at a time. Serve besan pakoras with green chutney or tomato ketchup and tea.
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14 thoughts on “Bread Pakoras | Easy Bread Pakora Recipe”
I love bread pakoda and serving it for breakfast is surely a sinful way to enjoy!..
Even without any stuffing these bread pakoras are such an irresistible snack for sure. I would love this with a cup of coffee for a nice evening.
I am reminded of how umma would make this all the time when there is nothing to eat and just bread… love these bites!
Good one, Preeti. I have very fond memories of bread pakora when we had gone to an outdoor camping and it was raining. Thanks for reminding me of that wonderful times.
Love these inviting and addictive bread pakoda. Perfect tea time snack.
It am so glad that I found a recipe for Bread Pakora. I have had these yummy pakora, when i traveled to Kerala last year. From then on I am carving for this.
Bread pakoda looks so tempting. Perfectly done
We may make any fancy snacks but nothing can beat our simple age old pakoras that we are consuming since childhood. Drooling already
Easy version bread pakoda sounds yummy on a cold evening like I have right now.
Cant resist to those bread pakoras, with some spicy chutney i can munch some without any fuss.. Love to finish that plate.
Perfect monsoon snack,tastes heavenly with green chutney and cup of tea.
This used to be one of my favorite snacks to make right after I started cooking. Made it so often then, but it has been ages now since I made it. Your picture is tempting me to make some soon.
a quick and easy pakora when guests show up unexpectedly – wow to make such a great looking snack from just a few slices of bread!
bread pakora looking tempting, a great snack with tea time. we too make this often.