Rainy season is all about hot piping pakoras and tea.
The weather is looking up! Yes, monsoon has finally arrived and nothing feels better than sitting near the window on a cold, rainy day and munching on some hot piping pakoras.
This weekend, whip up some crispy pakoras – from kanda bhajiis and dal pakoras to methi and cheese pakoras – you name it, and we have it.
Check out these videos on India Food Network to get the recipe of different types of pakoras that you can make at home in a jiffy.
Kanda Bhajii or Pyaaz pakora
Pyaaz pakoras are the most popular and easy-to-make pakoras. Make these onion crisps on a rainy evening to make the most of the monsoon.
Prepared commonly by Sindhis, Sanha pakoras are made of besan, onions, potatoes and spices. They are typically chickpea flour fritters that is quick to make and enjoyed during the wet months.
Another interesting variety of pakoras, make these simple Dal pakoras, which are prepared with different kinds of lentils. Serve it hot with green chutney.
Aloo and Methi pakora
Aloo and methi pakora are the most common pakoras, and yet make for the perfect evening snack. Serve them as party starters and watch how they are a guaranteed hit.
Make some yummy cheese fritters using cheese and garlic. They can be prepared quickly and delicious snack on a rainy evening.