Crispy mixed vegetable pakoras are vegetarian fritters that are deep fried and served with chutney.

They’re addictive, and one of Pakistan and India’s most loved street food snack.

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Mixed Vegetable Pakoras

Spinach          Potato                Onion

variety of finely chopped veggies

– In a bowl, mix together all the ingredients except water and oil. - Now gradually add the water, a little bit a time, until a thick batter has formed.

Making the Pakora Batter

– In a medium sized wok, bring oil to a medium high heat. To see if the oil is ready for frying, drop a little bit of batter into the oil.

Frying the Mixed Vegetable Pakora

– Using a tablespoon, drop the batter into the oil. Frying only a few pakoras at a time. Too many pakoras will crowd the wok, and cause the temperature of the oil to drop and the pakoras won’t cook evenly.

– Gently flip the pakoras while frying so that they cook evenly from all sides.

– Using a slotted spoon, remove the pakoras from the wok and place on a paper towel lined plate.

Make the Batter

– Serve with green chutney or imli ki chutney.

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