Brinjal Pakora Recipe
100% Veg Healthy Pakora | Quick Cook
“Brinjal Pakora Recipe”. We at Quick Cook | Your Taste Partner ! are pleased to present you with another appetizing dish of the month. Our today’s dish is brinjal or egg plant pakora “Brinjal Pakora Recipe”. The dish consists of vegetables and different kind of herbs and spices mixed together.
People in different parts of the world recognize it by different names for example pakoda, bhaji, pakora or ponako. Whatever the name is pakora is an extremely appetizing dish. The snack is wrapped in batter and deep fried to get a mesmerizing deep golden color. Our easy to cook brinjal pakora can be cooked easily in a very short time and with only a few ingredients.
Pakora or as some might say pakora is not just a simple and humble street snack it is indeed much, much more than that.
Brinjal Pakora Recipe is not a cup of tea to cook for everyone. The right ingredients, the right choice of quantities and the art of cooking it on the right flame takes experience and intellect. Our best chefs at quick cook provide you with the best recipes to cook brinjal pakora. Here with Brinjal Pakora Recipe.
Although pakora is a single dish but people all over the world keep on experiencing with it and have created different recipes and styles from this simple Brinjal Pakora Recipe.
Brinjal pakoda is another version of this artistic recipe. Enjoy and savor the sensation as your teeth sink into the soft, crusty pakoda. Let the flavours of this flavorful recipe take you on a bouncy, yummy ride.
Benefits of Brinjals
Talking about health how can we forget about this yummy, nutritious and healthy looking vegetable. Brinjals are a beautiful purple color with leaves on top. Brinjals first originated in India and then spread all over the world. Nowadays there are many variations of brinjals and these plants are usually grown in the warmer climates.
Brinjals also known as egg plants are full of antioxidants, nutrients and vitamins and can even help in weight lose. What more can we ask for! You will be surprised to hear that egg plants Eggplants are brimming with natural chemicals called phytonutrients, which have been known to increase brain power. They also boost memory by stimulating blood flow to our brain.
Recent researches have concluded that egg plants can even prevent and cure anemia in children. This the best excuse to introduce this healthy vegetable in our kids daily diets whether in the form of stews, barbeques or by following our recipe of snacks at Quick Cook | Your Taste Partner.
Older people since centuries have been lecturing there young generations about the health benefits of this wholesome plant but its only now that we have come up with different variations in the recipe of egg plant that are not only nutritious but yummy in taste as well.
Our delicious Brinjal Pakora Recipe at Quick Cook can be eaten by people of all ages. It is loved by kids because of its crunchy texture and during this Ramazan there can be nothing better than these golden snacks to impress your whole family after an hectic day of fasting.
Pair them up with spicy onions and your favorite sauce dip!
4 to 5 Brinjals soaked in salt water
½ Cup Besan
½ Tbl Spoon Cumin
½ Tbl Spoon Coriander powder
Salt as required
½ Tea Spoon Red Chilli powder
1 Tbl spoon of Mix Masala Powder or Garam masala powder
- Add salt, red chilli powder, coriander powder, cumin, mix masala powder and egg in a bowl and mix them well to make a batter.
- Add water to get the right consistency of the batter. We use egg to make our pakoras crispy.
- Keep aside for a few minutes.
- The next step is to take oil in a pan and heat it before adding your batter in the pan.
- Now add your batter and fry it until you get a beautiful golden colored pakoras. Take your pakoras out and enjoy your crunchy snack with your favorite chutney.
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Article by: Khaula Mansoor