• Pakoras are a much-loved monsoon delight
  • These pakora recipes are beyond aloo and gobhi
  • Try these interesting and unique pakora recipes

Monsoon goes hand-in-hand with delicious snacks that are often relished along with a steaming hot cup of tea. As soon as we get the first whiff of rains, we whip out our besan batter and get frying! Pakodas go perfectly well with our favourite hot beverage, which is why they are a must-have during the rainy season. If you are bored of the same old aloo and gobhi pakodas this monsoon, we have some exciting new recipes for you to try!

(Also Read: How To Make Perfect Pakoras? 3 Easy-Peasy Tips)

ael8di4Pakoras paired with tea can make for a delightful meal in monsoon.

If you’re a lover of spicy food, you have got to try this amazing Hari Mirch Ke Pakode recipe. The zing of green chilli pairs deliciously well with the smooth Besan batter to give a fiery hot treat to your tastebuds. The second recipe is an ingredient we often use in our cooking, but would probably not have tried in the Pakoda version. Baby Corn Pakoda is an underrated Pakoda dish which deserves a special place in this list.

Apart from these two recipes, the recipe video by NDTV Food also has two more delightful Pakoda dishes to savour. Paneer Pakora is a decadent and indulgent recipe that you cannot get enough of. Soft, chewy and moist cottage cheese dipped and fried till crisp and golden brown – what’s there not to like about this recipe? And if you love onion, you should definitely give the Onion Pakoda recipe a shot. It is surprisingly simple and gives fantastic results, guaranteed.

So what are you waiting for? Don your aprons, prepare the kitchen and begin with the first batch of these delicious and interesting Pakoda recipes! We promise, you’d be craving another one very soon!

About Aditi AhujaAditi loves talking to and meeting like-minded foodies (especially the kind who like veg momos). Plus points if you get her bad jokes and sitcom references, or if you recommend a new place to eat at.

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