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Bread Pakora - Bread Bajji - Bread pakkora - Simple snack recipe - simple after school snacks recipe

I have tasted this at my cousin's place. I haven't done it at home. One of the day when all of us were during tea time my kids were looking for some snack. I asked them whether they want to try bread pakora they said yes without any hesitation. It is simple and fast to make it. So made this for them.. They loved it. They told me they couldn't taste the bread :-)
Ingredients

Bread - 4 slices (As required)
Besan flour / Kadalai Mavu - 1/2 cup
Rice flour - 3 tablespoons
Asafoetida - pinch
Hot oil - 1 tablespoon
Red chilli powder - 1/2 teaspoon (as per spice level)
Salt to taste
Oil for deep frying

Method:

Mix in besan flour, rice flour, asafoetida, hot oil, salt and red chilli powder in wide bowl. Add water to make a batter. It should be in idli batter consistency. If it is too watery it will drink more oil. Trim the edges of the bread. And cut each bread into 4 pieces. 
 
Heat the oil in deep curved pan. When oil is hot, dip each pieces in the batter 
Drop it in hot oil. Reduce the flame and cook the bajji till it is cooked. 
Drain the extra oil and leave it on kitchen tissue paper to drain the extra oil. When you drop the bread in the oil keep the flame high and reduce it to cook
Enjoy this simple yet tasty tea time snack
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5 comments:

  1. Ayyo I want this!!!! It's tea time!! Lovely Lovely snack, Veena!!

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  2. I join the earlier commentor and say I too want this Veena :)

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  3. One of my favorite snacks... yum...

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  4. Delicious snack.. nice to have with evening tea or coffee..

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