Stuffed Aloo Bread Pakora is a very commonly found street food in North India. Stuffed aloo bread pakora can be served along with green coriander chutney and tomato sauce.
Street foods – that term itself makes your mouth water.
Street foods are a specialty of India. Whichever state in India you go to, you would find some kind of specialty there in the form of a street food.
Pav-Bhaji, Chat varieties, Pakodas, Pani-puri etc. are some of my favorite ones. You can blame that on my affinity to Delhi but the fact is that the name itself, of any of these, makes my mouth water.
And while I make every attempt to replicate that taste when making them at home, I will be honest to say that I have never been able to do that.
Why, you ask?
That’s the thing with street foods.
In fact, you wouldn’t find the same taste for the same food at different vendors. Yet they taste yummy because they would have their own secret ingredient that they use in their recipe which makes it different from another vendor.
And funny is the fact that, this uniqueness in taste is what makes a specific vendor famous.
While I might be a fan of pav-bhaji at one vendor because I like his taste, somebody else might be a fan of the same pav-bhaji at a different vendor because they like that taste.
I so-so miss Delhi street food..
So, what would you call when you polish one of these street foods and serve it in a stylish and unique presentation.
You will call it “Maziga”.
If you are wondering what that is, then it is a restaurant in one of the malls here in Bangalore.
The last week, we decided to go have dinner there (as part of our marriage anniversary celebration.. now do wish me..lol). While we were a little skeptical because our experience with North Indian food in Bengaluru hasn’t been very encouraging, we thought we will take the risk.
And we were happy we did.
Maziga, was awesome.
The ambience was nice, the customer service was amazing and the food was simply awesome..
So where is “street food” in all of this, you might be wondering.
There were a list of street foods in their menu and we tried a few. And I should say, they all tasted yummy, particularly the “Pani-Puri”.
So if you are in Bangalore and happen to go to VR Mall, Mahadevapura, then do visit Maziga. I am sure you would love it.
On that note, let me get onto today’s recipe.
And today’s recipe is a street food. In fact, it is a variety of Pakoda.
No marks for guessing.
It is bread-pakoda.
Stuffed Aloo Bread Pakora Recipe – How to Make Bread Pakora
Stuffed aloo bread pakora is an Indian fritter made with spiced mashed potato stuffing in bread dipped in gram flour and then deep fried in oil. Stuffed aloo bread pakora is a great recipe to serve as starters or tea time snacks.
This pakora tastes good even when it is not hot. The best way to serve this bread pakora is along with coriander chutney, tomato sauce, and some fried green chili.
You can also have these kinds of pakoras along with coriander and mint chutney also known as hari chutney, generally served in restaurants along with starters. Bread pakora is also made without stuffing and I love adding lot’s of garlic to it.
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Stuffed Aloo Bread Pakora Recipe
For Aloo Masala
- 5 Potato boiled
- 2-3 tbsp Coriander Leaves finely chopped
- 1 tsp Ginger paste
- 1-2 nos Green Chilli finely chopped
- 1/4 tsp Cumin seeds
- Turmeric Powder less than 1/4 tsp
- 1/2 tsp Red Chilli Powder
- 1/4 tsp Garam Masala Powder
- 1/2 tsp Mango Powder
- Salt to taste
- 1 tbsp Oil
For the Batter
- 2 cup Gram Flour
- 1/4 tsp Turmeric Powder
- Red Chilli Powder to taste
- 1/2 tsp Carom Seeds
- Salt to taste
- 8 nos Bread Slice
- Mustard Oil/ Vegetable Oil to deep fry
How to prepare Batter
In a bowl, take besan flour.
Add carom seeds, red chilli powder, turmeric powder and salt. Mix all the dry ingredients well.
Now add water little by little and prepare a thick batter. Set aside.
How to make Potato Masala
Peel the boiled potatoes and mash it well.
Heat 1 tbsp oil in a pan.
Add cumin seeds to it.
When the seeds starts spluttering add turmeric powder, green chilli and ginger. Saute for a while.
Now add garam masala and red chilli powder to it.
Saute for few seconds.
Now add chopped coriander leaves and give it a nice stir.
Add mashed potatoes, mango powder, and salt.
Mix all the ingredients really well and saute for 2 minutes.
So the stuffing is ready.
Now turn off the gas and take out the stuffing in a plate so that it gets cold.
How to make Bread Pakoda
Cut all the bread slices into triangular shape.
Spread potato mixture in one slice and cover it with another slice and press slightly so that the whole sandwich sticks together.
follow the same process for all the slices and set aside.
Heat some oil in a pan.
Coat the stuffed bread sandwich evenly with the besan batter. Ensure not to keep the stuffed bread sandwich for a long time in the batter as the bread tends to break. So the oil is hot now you can easily drop the besan batter coated bread sandwich in the oil.
Deep-fry on a medium heat till it turns crisp and golden brown in color from both the sides.
Serve Aloo Bread pakoda along with green chutney, fried green chillies and tomato ketchup.
The potatoes should be boiled really well.
Mash the potato when they are still warm.
Make sure the gram flour batter is not too drippy or too dense.
Keep the flame medium while frying pakoras.
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