It is the monsoons. It is that cusp during the day when the afternoon handshakes with the evening. Heavy rains had just handed over the reigns to a slight drizzle as if to rest for a while. I am sitting in my balcony enjoying the drizzle as I count each drop of rain that falls onto the parapet of the balcony. With a hot cup of tea in one hand, I am enjoying the rains but…. Doesn’t it look like something is missing in this narration?
Yeah. It is the pakoras. Pakoras are always associated with a rainy day and a cup of tea/coffee. And that is what we have seen in our good old bollywood movies as well. Can it be any different in real life for we have always emulated movies into our real life? For a generation who has hugely been influenced by nature, beauty and movies, our real lifes are a reflection of us that we often encounter in some of these movies.
Rewind.. onto pakoras. While it is the traditional onion pakoras that normally find their way into the plates when we are enjoying rains, I prefer something like the bread pakoras along with some nice green coriander chutney. Why? Because every bite that I take of the bread pakora gives me a chance to enjoy the rain, the tea and of course the pakoras unlike the onion pakoras which is not more that a bite.
So, if you enjoy the rains and want to spend an evening in your balcony enjoying it, then you need to check out this bread pakora recipe of mine.
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