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mix vegetable pakoda is an easy and quick to make snack. use any vegetables that you have and you have a hot crispy snack ready.

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50minutes

veg pakora recipe with step by step photos. here’s another tasty veg pakora recipe for the monsoons…. hot hot crispy, crunchy mix vegetable pakoda. they are easy and quick to make and taste awesome with an accompanying chutney or hot cup of chai.

mix veg pakora recipe

i had made lovely mirchi, potato and brinjal pakoras for my friends and they all loved it. you can use different veggies like cauliflower, capsicum, cabbage, raw banana, aubergines, potato, sweet potato, bitter gourd, green chili and of course onions.

along with the vegetable pakoras i have also made bread pakoda. pakoras are loved by indians and even my friends from other countries love it.

2 ways you can make veg pakora:

  1. you can finely chop or grate all the veggies you have and then mix them in the batter. this way the pakora are crisp from outside and nicely soft from within. plus you get to taste all the veggies in one pakora. i have shared this method of making pakoras in this mix vegetable pakora recipe. you can also check this mix vegetable dal vada recipe which also has the same texture.
  2. second method to make mix veg pakora is to thinly slice or chop any veggie. prepare the pakora batter. dip the veggie slice in the batter and fry it. the good part of this method is that you can select the vegetable pakora variety which you like. as you know we all have different tastes and liking. in this veg pakora recipe i have followed this method. you can add your choice of veggies to make pakoras. take small portions of each vegetable and make pakoras.

this assorted vegetable pakoras can be served with tomato sauce, green chutney and with a hot cup of tea.

mix veg pakora recipe

if you are looking for more pakora recipes then do check:

veg pakora recipe

veg pakora recipe, veg pakoda recipe
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veg pakora recipe

mix vegetable pakoda is an easy and quick to make snack. use any vegetables that you have and you have a hot crispy snack ready.
course snacks
cuisine indian
prep time 20 minutes
cook time 30 minutes
total time 50 minutes
servings 4

ingredients (1 cup = 250 ml)

for veg pakora batter

  • 3 cups gram flour (besan)
  • 1 cup rice flour
  • 1 teaspoon carom seeds (ajwain)
  • 1 teaspoon white sesame seeds (safed til) - optional
  • 1 to 2 pinch asafoetida (hing)
  • 1 teaspoon red chili powder (lal mirch powder)
  • ½ teaspoon turmeric powder (haldi)
  • water to make the batter
  • oil for frying
  • salt as required

the vegetables

  • 2 small brinjals, sliced (baingan)
  • 1 large potato, thinly sliced (aloo)
  • 4 green chili – the larger variety of green chillies meant for pakoras, slit from one side (pakora bhajji)
  • 2 to 3 slices of bread

how to make veg pakora recipe

making veg pakora batter

  1. in a bowl take all the dry ingredients meant 'for the pakora batter'.

  2. add water and prepare the batter. the batter should not be too thick nor too thin.

preparing veggies

  1. slice the brinjals thinly and keep them in salted water for about 15-20 mins
  2. thinly slice the potatoes also. slit the green chillies without breaking them. the top and the base of the green chillies must be intact.

frying veg pakoras

  1. now heat oil for deep frying the pakoras.
  2. dip the vegetable slices one by one in the batter and slid these into the oil.
  3. fry the pakoras in batches and drain the fried vegetable pakoras on kitchen tissue.

  4. sprinkle some chaat masala on the pakoras.
  5. serve the mix veg pakora piping hot and have fun during the monsoons.

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making veg pakora batter

1. measure all the dry ingredients and spice powders for making pakoras.

mix veg pakora recipe

2. in a bowl, mix 2 cups of besan (gram flour) and add salt as required.

mix veg pakora recipe

3. also add 1 teaspoon of ajwain (carom seeds).

mix veg pakora recipe

4. add ½ teaspoon turmeric powder, 1 teaspoon red chili powder and a generous pinch of hing (asafoetida).

mix veg pakora recipe

5. add ⅓ cup of rice flour.

mix veg pakora recipe

6. stir and mix well.

mix veg pakora recipe

7. add water as required and prepare the batter.

mix veg pakora recipe

8. the batter should not be too thick nor too thin. batter should be of pouring consistency. taste the batter and if your taste buds feel that the spice powders or salt is little less in it, then add some more.

mix veg pakora recipe

making veg pakora

9. slice 2 small baingan (brinjals) thinly and keep them in salted water for about 15 to 20 minutes.

mix veg pakora recipe

10. thinly slice 1 large potato. slit the 4 green chillies without breaking them. the top and the base of the green chillies must be intact. also slice 3 breads and place aside.

mix veg pakora recipe

11. now heat oil for deep frying the veg pakoras.

mix veg pakora recipe

12. dip the vegetable slices one by one in the batter and slid them into the oil. i have fried the potato slices first.

mix veg pakora recipe

13. turn over after 2-3 minutes and fry the other side.

mix veg pakora recipe

14. similarly dip the slit green chilies into the pakora batter and slid them in hot oil.

mix veg pakora recipe

15. turn over after 2-3 minutes and fry the other side.

mix veg pakora recipe

16. now fry the bread slices in the same way. fry them till they become crisp and golden brown.

mix veg pakora recipe

17. finally fry the brinjal slices same way. fry them till they become crisp and golden brown.

mix veg pakora recipe

18. fry the pakoras in batches depending upon the capacity of the kadai. don’t over crowd the pakoras in the kadai as then it will be difficult to turn them or fry them properly.

mix veg pakora recipe

19. when they are crisp and golden brown remove from oil. keep the fried veg pakoda on kitchen tissue. sprinkle some chaat masala on the pakoras.

mix veg pakora recipe

serve the mix veg pakora piping hot with tomato sauce or some chutney.

mix veg pakora recipe

dassana amit
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i started vegrecipesofindia.com in feb 2009. it is a pure vegetarian blog and shares recipes with step by step photos that will help you to make delicious and tasty vegetarian food easily.

i am passionate about cooking from childhood and learnt cooking from my elders. having a home science degree surely enhanced my cooking & baking skills which i now share as fool proof recipes on the blog. i am trained both in mainstream indian as well as international cuisines.


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  1. Hi
    Thanks for loads of gluten free recipes. The hing I use has 30% maida to 60% hing gum. People who want to avoid gluten might not bother much because of a very small quantity used but for those who are allergic to gluten might have problems. Are you using hing without maida? If yes can you share the brand name? Will buy that when I am visiting India.
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    • bhuvana, i use two types of hing. one hing is given by my neighbor and he gets it from his friend’s hing factory is madurai. this hing beats all the hing brands that i have used till now. but i do not know if it has wheat in it. but looks like it does not as the consistency of the powder is different than the branded ones. the other one i get in the form of solid rock like crystals. i just crush and powder them and use. i think the crystals one do not have gluten.

  2. Hi, what do you do with the oil in which pakoras have been fried? Do you reuse it in any manner?

    • hi isha, i use it for making dosas.

  3. Hi,

    I have a lot of batter left. Can I freeze this? Great recipe, by the way!

    • thanks michael. don’t freeze but you can keep it in refrigerator and use in a day.

  4. Hi love em…. Make sure to try!!

  5. this is vry goooooooodddddddddddd

  6. thank you lovely recipe

  7. would like to some of your recpies thanks

  8. like to try some of your recipes

  9. Hey Dassana my mouth is watering they are tempting please pass me some 🙂

  10. What an authentic collection of Indian veg recipes. Love these yummy and crunchy-looking pakoras!!

    • thanks purabi… the pakoras are really good… do try them…..

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