Onion Pakora

Ruma Chak


Onion Pakoras are a kind of street food. People generally care for it during the rainy season as its little spicy. It goes best with hot tea or coffee.


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5 Min
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1 c
onion, sliced thin
3/4 c
chickpea flour / garbanzo flour
1/2 tsp
green chilli, chopped
1 Tbsp
cilantro, fresh, chopped
salt to taste
oil for frying

How to Make Onion Pakora


  • 1add all the ingredients except oil. Add water little by little and mix to a consistency when you think you can fry the droplets. The miture should be thick. So be careful when you add water.
  • 2Heat oil and lower the flame. Add as many tablespoon of the mixture in the hot oil (each tablespoon separated from the other) as it covers oil partially and you would be able to comfortably fry the droplets.
  • 3Fry till golden brown in low to medium flame adjusting in betewwn till crispy. Take them out in paper towel and serve with your chioce of dip.

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About Onion Pakora

Course/Dish: Other Snacks
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids
Hashtag: #Onion-pakora

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