Chicken Pakora | How to make Chicken Pakora

By BetterButter Editorial  |  29th Sep 2015  |  
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  • Chicken Pakora, How to make Chicken Pakora
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About Chicken Pakora Recipe

Chicken Pakoda is a dish uniquely found in India. Pakoda recipes are popular in India and all kinds of pakodas are prepared- from onion pakodas, methi pakodas, moong dal pakodas, aloo pakodas and off course chicken pakoda recipe. Chicken Pakoda recipe is a popular appetizer amongst non vegetarians and is relatively easy to prepare. BetterButter gives this chicken pakoda recipe a big thumbs up.

चिकन पकोड़ा भारतीय का एक प्रसिद्ध व्यंजन है जो पुरे भारत में बहुत ही लोकप्रिय है। ये स्वाद में बहुत ही उम्दा होता है और आप इसे किसी भी त्योहार या विशेष अवसर पे परोस सकते हैं। लज़्ज़तदार चिकन पकोड़ा को आप रोज़ाना इस्तेमाल होने वाले बर्तन का नाम में भी बना सकते हैं। चिकन पकोड़ा के हर एक बाइट में आपको एक अनूठा अनुभव मिलेगा जिसकी तुलना आप दूसरे किसी अन्य डिश से नहीं कर सकते हैं। चिकन पकोड़ा एक ऐसी डिश है जो आपको लगभग हर रेस्टोरेंट में मिल जाएगी पर सोचिये अगर आप घर पर रेस्टोरेंट स्टाइल चिकन पकोड़ा बनाएँगे तो सब कितने अचंभित रह जाएंगे। बेटर बटर के चिकन पकोड़ा इन हिंदी में आपको इसे बनाने की विधि हिंदी में मिल जाएगी जिसकी सहायता से आप इसे जब चाहे तब बना सकते हैं। चिकन पकोड़ा का स्वाद जितना बढ़िया होता है इसे बनाना उतना ही सरल होता है, इसकी तैयारी में केवल कुछ मिनट मिनट का समय लगता है और इसे पकने में केवल 45 मिनट मिनट का समय लगता है।

Chicken Pakora

Ingredients to make Chicken Pakora

  • 500g chicken (boneless)
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tbsp Corn flour
  • 4 tsp flour
  • 1 tsp ginger paste
  • 1 tsp garlic paste
  • 1 tsp vinegar
  • 1 tsp red chilli pwder
  • 1 tsp lemon juice.
  • A pinch of red color
  • oil for frying
  • salt to taste

How to make Chicken Pakora

  1. Rub salt and pepper with lemon over chicken pieces. Leave for 20 mins
  2. Mix the egg, ginger paste, garlic paste, cornflour, flour, red color ,chilli powder, pepper and salt together in a bowl.
  3. Heat oil in a deep frying pan, add chicken and fry until chicken is cooked.
  4. Remove from heat and drain excess oil over paper towels.
  5. Serve with lemon wedges on the side.

Pakoras are a popular teatime snack that are made in India. Pakoras are traditionally prepared by making a batter of gram flour, salt, red chilli powder and cumin seeds using water. Onions, breads, paneer or spinach leaves are then tossed and coated well in this batter and then fried on a medium flame. The Chicken pakora is also made in pretty much the same way, the only difference being that instead of breads or onion, the chicken pieces are coated with the batter and then fried in oil until crisp and golden brown. Chicken pakoras can be served as snacks at parties or even consumed as an everyday food item. Serve the pakoras with green chutney, ketchup or any condiment of your choice. Chicken pakoras and a sizzling hot cup of Indian Masala tea are a perfect rainy day or winter day snack that everyone in your family will love. So follow this recipe for Chicken Pakoras and make this tasty and easy to make snack for your family and friends at home!

The Chicken Pakora recipe by the editorial team at Better Butter, gives a step-by-step breakdown of the various stages involved in cooking this popular dish at home. It needs a few minutes for teh preparation and 45 minutes for cooking.

Chicken is the main ingredient of this dish and has some amazing health benefits. It is rich in protein and is extremely important for the development and growth of various body organs. It is loaded with calcium which helps in decreasing bone loss and it also helps in the maintenance of body weight. Chicken is a good source of Selenium that contains antioxidants. Selenium helps in the controlling of free radicals within the human body that help to improve immunity. Chicken is also rich in vitamin B5 which is a great nutrient that helps to prevent heart attack. It is very useful in regulating blood pressure. The American Heart Association also advises that people should eat chicken instead of red meat to lower the risk of cholesterol and heart disease development. Chicken is loaded with amino acid which is very important for the growing children. It helps for their physical growth. Chicken also contains niacin, a kind of vitamin B that has been proven to reduce risk of cancer and other genetic complications in the human body.

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Shivani Jamwal2 months ago

Nice
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Priyam Dutta2 months ago

Will try
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Mamta Rastogi7 months ago

Will try surely.
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JNamrata rao8 months ago

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Dilip Singha10 months ago

Thank you
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Tausif Hussaina year ago

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Neelam Srivastavaa year ago

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Nilufer Mullicka year ago

Awesome recipe i use to make everyday for my iftar
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Ruchira Hoon2 years ago

Yes! You're right. Making the change
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Anandi Suryavanshi
a year ago
very nice meeting

Aditi Malhotra2 years ago

I am assuming the chicken has to be dipped in the batter before frying... I think that step got missed out
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roshan shaw2 years ago

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Ruchi Khanijo2 years ago

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