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Bhang Pakora Recipe | How to Make Bhang Pakode Recipe

How to Make Bhang Pakode Recipe

Bhang Pakora Recipe Step by Step – Deep-fried snack made using gram flour, onions, potatoes, chilies, etc the hint of bhang is bhang pakoda. Bhang pakode is prepared at some places in North India on the occasion of Holi. These are basically simple pakoda infused with some bhang. Bhang is the paste of buds/flowers and leaves of cannabis. Bhang pakoda is another bhang recipe. Generally, bhang thandai is prepared using bhang

Ingredients for Bhang Pakora Recipe

Gram flour: Gram flour is the main ingredient for the bhang pakora recipe. Regular besan has been used. You can also use a thicker variety of besan.

Vegetables: Onions and potatoes have been used. I have used mini onions and mini potatoes. You can use the regular ones. Cut the same into thin roundels. Other than these, green chilies and fresh coriander leaves have been used.

Bhang: Readymade bhang paste has been used.

Other ingredients: Salt, red chili powder and oil are the other ingredients used for bhang pakora recipe. A spoonful of hot oil is added to the batter. It helps to make crispy bhang pakode.

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How to serve bhang pakode?

Serve these hot on the occasion of holi.

Bhang Pakora Recipe

1.This recipe serves 3-4 persons.

bhang pakora recipe

2.In a large mixing bowl add 1 cup of gram flour (besan), 1 sliced onion, 1 sliced potato, 1 chopped green chili, a handful of chopped coriander leaves, and salt to taste, 1 tsp red chili powder, ¼ tsp turmeric powder, and a pinch of fruit salt.

bhang pakora recipe

3.Next add in 1 tbsp of bhang paste.

bhang pakora recipe

4.Add water gradually.

bhang pakora recipe

5.Make a thick batter.

bhang pakora recipe

6.Heat enough oil for frying.

bhang pakora recipe

7.Add in 1 tbsp of hot oil. Mix well.

bhang pakora recipe

8.Add a spoonful of batter in hot oil.

bhang pakora recipe

9.Fry on low to medium flame till crisp and done.

bhang pakora recipe

10.Serve hot. Bon appetite!

bhang pakora recipe

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