Bread pakoda is easily one of the most popular variants of pakodas.
Tea-time in India is an indulgent affair. It is an event for people to sit back, unwind and chat while munching into fried delicacies. Several households in India consider it disrespectful to invite people for tea and not serve snacks alongside. From namkeen, vegetable cutlets to dhoklas, there are options galore to serve with tea. But you have to admit, one of the most sensational pairings has to be that of chai and pakoda. While some may argue that pakodas taste best in monsoon; in our view, any season is good for a hot plate of these fried fritters.
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Bread pakoda is easily one of the most popular variants of pakodas. Breads slathered over with spicy besan batter fried in sizzling hot oil. A sight of these golden fried delicacies at your favourite halwai/snack shop is enough to tempt you to go ahead and tuck into some. But what if we tell you that we have a perfect recipe that can help you recreate the same at home? Yes, you heard us. Bread pakodas made at home with good quality oil are ideal to liven up your chai time. This detailed step-by-step recipe video of bread pakoda by famous YouTuber and blogger Manjula Jain will help you make these treats at home. The recipe was posted on the YouTube channel 'Manjula's Kitchen'. Try it at home and pair with chutneys of your choice.
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