After the culinary world tour last month, we are back to our regular blogging 3 days a week. This week I shall highlight some kid-centric party ideas.

These pakodas are a delight to make, serve and enjoy as well. I was expecting a bland kind of pakoda but these turned out super tasty and slightly on the spicy side. So I didn't offer it to my little one who cannot take spice at all, while my older one is just the opposite! 

Bread Pakoda

Ingredients - 

Bread 6 slices
Green Chutney or Bombay Sandwich spread as needed
Besan / Chickpea Flour 1 cup
Salt, Asafoetida and Red Chilli Powder as needed
Water to make a lump free batter
Oil to deep fry

* Optionally a layer of aloo sabji can be applied between the bread slices

Method Of Preparation -


Trim the sides of the bread slices.

Apply the green chutney on one slice and and place another bread slice on top. Make three pairs.

Slice each pair into 4 triangles and keep aside.

Heat a kadai/wok with adequate oil.

In a mixing bowl, sieve the besan/chickpea flour and add salt, red chilli powder and asafoetida. Add sufficient water to make a pancake better consistency.

Dip the prepared triangles in the batter, gently slide into the hot oil and fry on both sides until they are golden brown.

Remove onto paper towels to drain excess oil and continue until all the triangles are done.

Serve them warm with any sauce of your choice.

Preparation Time 45 min
Makes 12

20 comments

  1. Padma Rekha Says:
  2. Wow you are tempting me perfect... any time for me..

     
  3. Soma Pradhan Says:
  4. These bread pakodas look so yummy.

    soma : flavoursunlimited.blogspot.com

     
  5. Wow! Fried sandwiches! Very interesting.

     
  6. Suma Gandlur Says:
  7. I know how yummy they turn out! You can even put a paneer slice in between.

     
  8. Sarita Says:
  9. very different, they look yummy ..

     
  10. Priya Suresh Says:
  11. Drooling here over that fabulous pakodas, beautiful they are.

     
  12. We make these and they taste delicious. .perfect party food.

     
  13. Srividhya Says:
  14. Wow yum.. I have never tried bread pakoras this way. great

     
  15. Yummy pakodas

     
  16. I just love bread pakoda woth greenchutney in between :) looks so yummy and mouthwatering :)

     
  17. Yum yum yum. Pass me the plate let the party begin.

     
  18. delicious chutney spread pakodas..

     
  19. My mom makes these..haven't had them from a long time. .can have one right now !

     
  20. sneha datar Says:
  21. Can I have some of these yum pakoda.

     
  22. Pavani N Says:
  23. OMG, those bread pakodas look amazing. Love your clicks.

     
  24. Jayashree Says:
  25. These look great. I esp like the idea of filling the bread with something and then deep frying it.

     
  26. Srivalli Says:
  27. Such beautiful pictures Harini, I simply love bread padakos...

     
  28. Kalyani Says:
  29. loved the clicks, Harini ! truly makes my stomach growl .. :D

     
  30. A hot cup of ginger tea and plate full of these pakoda's hmm, an evening spent well!!! Tempting!

     
  31. looks so pretty with the chutney in the middle

     
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