Bread Pakoda

>> December 13, 2013

In my kitchen pantry there was bread and I wanted to make use of this before it turns bad. Thought of making Bread Pakoda. This is a very common indian snack. Only the stuffing mixture varies. I had posted Bread Bonda for which there was Potato Filling. For this dish I used Spinach and Corn Kernals. This is made as little bites. Should be very tasty with Chutney or Chilli sauce. One can add cheese to the filling to make it interesting for kids. 


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Prep Time : 15 Mins
Cooking Time : 20 Mins
Serves - 2 - 4


Ingredients

  •     Bread ( White or Wheat) - 8 slices
  •     Kadale hittu / Besan / Gram flour - 1 cup
  •     Akki hittu / Rice flour - 1/4 cup
  •     Hasimensina pudi / Red Chilli powder - 1 tsp
  •     Ajwain / Carom seeds poweder - 1/2 tsp
  •     Salt to taste
  •     Water  - 1/2 cup (aprox)

Ingredients for Stuffing
  •     Spinach / Palak leaves - 1/2 cup, chopped
  •     Onions / Eeruli - 1/2 cup , chopped
  •     Corn Kernals - 1/4 cup , chopped
  •     Green chillies(few) / Green chilli paste - 1/2 tsp
  •     Garam Masala - 1/2 tsp
  •     Jeera powder - 1/2 tsp
  •     Salt to taste
  •     Cheese , grated (optional)

Method
  1.     Make stuffing first : Take a small pan add 1 tsp oil fry onions then add spinach and corn stir until spinach and corn becomes tender then add garam masala, green chilli paste and salt mix well and remove from the flame keep aside for cool down
  2.     Cut the bread crusts off your bread and keep aside
  3.     Mix gram flour, rice flour, salt, chilli powder, carom seed powder add enough water and make a medium thick batter
  4.     On top of each bread slices add 1tsp of spinach mixture and cover all the edges using little water and cut into half (makes little bites)
  5.     Dipped into the gram flour batter
  6.     Heat 500 ml oil  in a pan , deep fry the stuffing bread and fry till golden brown. Make them into batches
  7.     Remove drained with the paper towel and serve with chutneys


Sending this post to Gourmetglobal (Taste of Tropics corn)


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2 comments:

Gayathri Sathyanarayanan December 18, 2013 at 1:42 PM  

pakoda looks good. tempts us to eat. Normally pakoda is a tasty snack. i hope , if it goes with bread it will be so tasty.

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