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Bread pakoda chat

Bread is obviously every ones favorite base for making many different kind of recipes. Bread pakoda is a very crunchy appetizer, you can add more magic to this recipe by adding little freshly made salad to this and enjoy your evenings with a cup of tea.

Bread- 2slices
besin/ gram flour-3tbsp
oil for deep fry
Ajwain-pinch of seeds
Salt to taste
red chili powder to taste

For salad
Onion finely chopped-4tbsp
finely chopped coriander/cilantro leaves-1tbsp
lemon juice-1tbsp
salt to taste
chat masala-pinch
pepper/red chilli powder-pinch

Take the besin flour in a bowl and add ajwain, salt and red chili powder and mix with water. The consistency should be very little thick. Now take the bread slices and cut them diagonally, forming 2 triangles from each slice and dip the slice in the batter and deep fry them under medium flame in oil. Take them out when both sides are golden brown.

 Now mix all the salad ingredients in a bowl. Take 1tbsp of this salad/chat and garnish on the top of each bread pakoda and enjoy with s cup of tea. The lemon and chat masala in the salad gives a different taste with the crispy bite of pakoda. we loved it and we wish that you love it too!!!


  1. This is such a yummy one...I would love to try it..U have made perfectly Dear..Bookmarking it..


  2. Omg, such a super tempting pakoda chaat..

  3. Perfect tea time snack..spicy and yummy

  4. lovely tea time snack......yummy

  5. This sounds so yummy,would like to give a try :)

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