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807.Aloo Bread Pakoda home recipe.

Bread Pakora is a very popular and beloved street food of Northern India. You can call them appetizer, brunch, or tea-time snack or sometimes even breakfast. Easy to make, and so damn delicious, spicy, crispy, and deep fried snack. Stuffed bread pakoras with paneer and potato are sure to love at first bite. Stuffed with paneer, aloo

806. babycorn pakoda/ Corn Bhajji home recipe.

Corn Pakoda or Corn Bhajia— is a perfect tea time snack made using fresh corn kernals, chickpea flour and spices. It is crispy crunchy from outside and soft from inside. It makes for a perfect accompaniment with tea or coffee and is very easy to make. There are many variations of pakoda that you can make,

805. Onion pakoda/Onion Bhajji/piyaji(North india).

You may also like these cakes recipe:- chocolate cake Home recipe,Vanilla cake, Khoya cake, Tutti futti cake, Chocolate Tuffle cake. Crispy Onion Pakoda is one of the most favorite Indian snacks during Monsoons or Winter days. These fritters taste even better when served with some delicious Indian Chutneys. Onion Pakoda or Onion Pakora is a

804. Egg pakoda/Anda Pakoda/ Egg Bonda(South india).

Egg bonda is prepared with hard boiled eggs and besan or gram flour as main ingredients. Moreover, this is a low carb recipe. Egg bonda/bajji/pakora is a famous south Indian snack recipe. Serve this as a tasty evening snack with hot tea. My family is full of egg lovers and I have learned to cook

803. Mirchi bhaji/ Chilli bhaji/ Menasinakai / Mirapakaya bhaji/(south india).

Mirchi bajjis or menasinakai bajjis or mirapakaya bajjis are made with big, fat, light green coloured chillies often sold as “bajji mirchis” in the stores. Stuffedmirchi bajjis are a popular street food in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. They are known as “Mirapakaya bajji” in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. They are locally known as “Menasinakai bajji”