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Gobhi Pakora

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Times Food
13th January, 2022 12:55 IST

A plateful of crispy pakoras with a piping hot cup of tea on the side on a chilly winter day is all one needs to relax. Pakora with chai is a wholesome combo that can light up any gloomy day. If you are bored of the usual aloo, pyaaz pakoras, then we have for you a special Gobhi Pakora recipe that can be made in a jiffy. Pair up these tempting pakoras with mint chutney, tomato ketchup or any other dip of your choice and enjoy. If you are a pakora lover, then you need to add this easy-to-make recipe to your list. We have used minimum spices to keep the real flavour of gobhi pakora alive, but you can add some spices to suit your palate. Mustard oil is usually the best pick to fry pakoras, however, you can use the oil of your choice for frying purposes. Be it kitty party, family get together, evening tea party or any other occasion, you can quickly whip up the batter and make some delicious Gobhi Pakoras in no time. Do try this recipe, rate it and let us know how it turned out to be by leaving a comment in the section below. Happy Cooking! (image credits- istock)

INGREDIENTS

1 cup gram flour (besan)

1 small cauliflower

1 teaspoon red chilli powder

0 salt as required

1 green chilli

1 teaspoon ginger paste

1 teaspoon garlic paste

2 tablespoon coriander leaves

1 cup mustard oil

How to make Gobhi Pakora

Step 1

Take besan in a bowl. Add salt, red chilli powder, chopped green chilli, ginger paste, garlic paste and coriander leaves. Now add water in batches and mix well to prepare a lump-free batter. The batter should be neither too thin nor too thick.

Step 2

Pour the mustard oil in a kadhai and keep on medium-high flame. Let it heat until smoke emerges from it. Make sure you heat mustard oil well to get rid of its smell.

Step 3

Now wash the cauliflower properly and pat it dry. Chop the florets and collect them in a bowl.

Step 4

Now dip one floret into the batter and drop in hot oil. Repeat this step and fry all the gobhi florets in batches until golden brown from outside.

Step 5

Once fried, your Gobhi Pakora are now ready to be served. Pair up with dip of your choice and enjoy.

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