Gujarati snacks are loved by both kids and adults, alike. Gujarati kadhi, dhokla, fafda, thepla, handvo – there's a range of small meals that the cuisine has gifted to us. Thepla is probably one of the most popular savoury eats that is relished in other parts of the country as well. It is traditionally made of methi (fengureek) that makes it truly delicious and healthful. If you like methi thepla, you will like methi pakoda too. Pakoda is an all-time favourite snack; this variant with a ‘methi' twist will let you enjoy and serve a different snack that will complement your evening tea perfectly. For the unversed, Gujarati methi pakora is also known as Methi na Gota, which is fairly popular in its own league.
Mumbai-based food vlogger Alpa Modi shared the recipe of this unique pakoda on her YouTube channel ‘Something's Cooking With Alpa'. This crispy and crunchy pakoda has a unique salty, spicy and sweet taste, which makes this dish extremely flavourful. Methi leaves lend a slight bitter flavour to the dish to balance out all the other flavours. Pair these pakodas with tomato sauce, sweet sauce or mint chutney and you'll have an amazing snacking time. Watch the recipe video right here and do try making these delicious pakodas at home.
Gujarati Methi Pakoda Recipe Video –
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