Vegetable Pakora Platter recipe | Ramadan Special by Mayela's Kitchen

Pakora is all time recipe. People love to eat Pakora's when it is raining and it is cooked in different occasions. Specially in Ramadan, they are cooked every day for Aftari. This version of our Pakora is with vegetables included which makes it healthier version. Vegetarians love it. So lets cook our Vegetable Pakora Platter.

Preparation time: 5 to 10 mins
Cooking time: 5 mins


Egg plant - 2 pcs - Bengan
Cauliflower - 1 piece - Phool Gobi
Potato - 4 pcs - Aloo
Gram flour - 1 cup - Basin
Salt - 1 and half tbsp - Namak
Red chili powder - 1 tbsp - Laal mich
Turmeric Powder - 1 tea spoon - Haldi
Sweet Soda - 1 pinch - Meetha Soda
Water as required

You can adjust spices as per your requirement.

Making Vegetable Pakora Platter

Preparing Coating Material

First take a bowl and add Gram flour, Salt, Red chili powder, Turmeric powder and sweet soda in it. Now mix it and while mixing add water in it. Do not add too much water that it becomes too thin because if it will become too thin then it won't be able to cover vegetables. In the video you can see my material is neither too thin neither too thick.

Preparing Vegetables and Frying

Slice Potatoes, Cauliflower and Eggplant. Add seasoning as per your choice. We added salt, red chili powder and mixed them. Then we put vegetables in our coating material and covered them completely with the liquid type material we made before.

After that we put them in preheated cooking oil in fry pot and deep fried them. When Potatoes and other vegetables will Protuberate / Bulge , Change their sides and when their color changes and they seem cooked you can dish out them.

Enjoy them with your family and friends.

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