Pakoras are a chai-time essential in every Indian household. Whether it’s paired a nice monsoon afternoon and a cup of cardamom tea or a lazy winter noon and some piping hot masala chai, pakoras are always crucial to drinking tea. And given its massive importance, the pakora has also seen a number of variations across cities, states, regions, and households to adapt to the wide-ranging palates of India. As a result we have a long list of pakoras that include everything from chicken pakora and fish pakora to vegetarian delights like pyaaz ka pakora, mirch ka pakora, and many many more. One such vegetarian variant is the mixed veg pakora.
The mixed veg fritter is a blend of a number of chopped veggies that instead of being coated in the batter before frying are made as a part of the batter. To understand the concept better and to enjoy it with your next evening cuppa, follow the recipe below!
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