Stuffed Aloo Bread Pakora Recipe – How to Make Bread Pakora

post modified on March 29

Written by Puja

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.

aloo bread pakora

About Aloo Bread Pakora:

Aloo Bread Pakoda is a popular snack item in India that is loved by people of all ages. It is a simple yet delicious dish made with bread slices stuffed with a spicy potato filling and then deep-fried to crispy perfection. This snack is perfect for a quick bite on a busy day or as a tea-time snack to enjoy with friends and family.

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 lots of garlic to it.

Aloo Bread Pakoda is believed to have originated in the streets of North India, especially in the state of Uttar Pradesh. It is a popular street food item that is sold by roadside vendors and small eateries. It is said that Aloo Bread Pakoda was created as a variation of the traditional Indian snack ‘Aloo Bondas’, which are deep-fried potato fritters.

Over the years, Aloo Bread Pakoda has gained popularity across the country and is now a common snack item in many households. People have come up with various variations of this dish by adding different ingredients and spices to the potato filling, or by using different types of bread. Some people also like to serve it with a tangy tamarind or mint chutney, or with a cup of hot tea or coffee.

Aloo Bread Pakoda is a delicious and easy-to-make snack item that is loved by many. Its crispy exterior and spicy potato filling make it a perfect snack for any occasion. If you’re ever in India, make sure to try out this yummy street food item and experience the true flavors of India.

aloo bread pakora

Why you should make this recipe?

Aloo Bread Pakora is a delicious, easy-to-make, and versatile snack that is perfect for any occasion. So, go ahead and try making it today and enjoy its scrumptious taste and flavor! There are several reasons why one should make Aloo Bread Pakora,

  1. Quick and Easy: Aloo Bread Pakora is a quick and easy snack to make and can be prepared within minutes. It requires only a few ingredients and can be made with easily available ingredients from your kitchen.
  2. Perfect for Tea Time: Aloo Bread Pakora is an ideal snack to enjoy with a cup of hot tea or coffee. Its crispy texture and spicy filling make it a perfect companion to your hot beverage.
  3. Delicious and Flavorful: Aloo Bread Pakora is a delicious and flavorful snack that is loved by people of all ages. The combination of crispy bread and spicy potato filling makes it a delightful treat for your taste buds.
  4. Vegetarian and Gluten-Free: Aloo Bread Pakora is a vegetarian snack that is perfect for those who do not eat meat. It is also gluten-free, making it an ideal snack for people with gluten intolerance.
  5. Great for Parties and Gatherings: Aloo Bread Pakora is a crowd-pleaser and is perfect for parties and gatherings. It is easy to make in large quantities and can be served as finger food or an appetizer.
aloo bread pakora

Pro Tips:

Here are some pro tips to keep in mind while making Aloo Bread Pakoda:

  1. Use stale bread: It’s best to use slightly stale bread for Aloo Bread Pakoda as it holds up better when soaked in the batter and doesn’t become too soggy.
  2. Don’t overstuff the bread: Be careful not to overstuff the bread with the potato filling, as it can cause the pakoda to break apart while frying. A thin layer of filling is enough.
  3. Adjust the consistency of the batter: The batter should be of medium consistency, neither too thick nor too thin. This will ensure that the pakoda gets coated evenly with the batter.
  4. Fry in hot oil: Heat the oil properly and make sure it’s hot enough before adding the pakoda to the oil. This will ensure that the pakoda turns crispy and doesn’t absorb too much oil.
  5. Drain excess oil: Once the pakoda is fried, drain the excess oil by placing it on a paper towel-lined plate. This will help remove any excess oil and keep the pakoda crispy.
  6. Serve immediately: Aloo Bread Pakoda is best served hot and crispy. Serve it immediately after frying to enjoy its delicious taste and flavor.
aloo bread pakora

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aloo bread pakora

Basic Ingredients Used to make this Recipe:

These basic ingredients are easily available in most kitchens, making it easy to whip up a batch of delicious Aloo Bread Pakora.

  1. Bread slices: You will need white or brown bread slices for this recipe.
  2. Potatoes: Potatoes are the main ingredient for the filling. Boiled and mashed potatoes are mixed with spices and herbs to make the filling.
  3. Spices: A variety of spices are used to flavor the potato filling, including mango powder, cumin seeds, turmeric powder, red chili powder, and garam masala.
  4. Herbs: Chopped coriander leaves are used to add freshness and flavor to the filling.
  5. Besan (Gram flour): Besan is used to make the batter for coating the bread slices.
  6. Salt: To taste.
  7. Water: To make the batter.
  8. Oil: For deep frying the pakoras.
aloo stuffed bread pakora

Stuffed Aloo Bread Pakora Recipe

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.
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Course: Snacks, Starters
Cuisine: Indian
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes
Servings: 5 people
Calories: 345kcal
Author: Puja


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

Other Ingredients

  • 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.


Nutrition Facts
Stuffed Aloo Bread Pakora Recipe
Amount Per Serving
Calories 345 Calories from Fat 54
% Daily Value*
Fat 6g9%
Sodium 62mg3%
Potassium 1317mg38%
Carbohydrates 56g19%
Fiber 10g42%
Sugar 5g6%
Protein 16g32%
Vitamin A 60IU1%
Vitamin C 28.4mg34%
Calcium 99mg10%
Iron 9.7mg54%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Aloo Bread Pakoda:

Is Aloo Bread Pakora vegan?

Yes, Aloo Bread Pakora is a vegan snack as it does not contain any animal products.

Can I make Aloo Bread Pakora ahead of time?

It is best to make Aloo Bread Pakora just before serving as it is best enjoyed hot and crispy. However, you can prepare the potato filling and batter ahead of time and assemble the pakora just before frying.

Can I use any type of bread for Aloo Bread Pakora?

Yes, you can use any type of bread for Aloo Bread Pakora. However, it is best to use slightly stale bread as it holds up better when soaked in the batter.

How do I make the potato filling spicy?

You can adjust the spiciness of the potato filling by adding more or less green chillies, or by adding some red chilli powder.

Can I make Aloo Bread Pakora without deep-frying?

Aloo Bread Pakora is traditionally deep-fried, but you can try baking or air-frying it for a healthier version. However, the texture and taste may differ slightly.

Can I freeze Aloo Bread Pakora?

Aloo Bread Pakora is best enjoyed fresh, but you can freeze it for later use. Place the fried pakora in a single layer in an airtight container and freeze. Heat bread pakoda in oven before serving.

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Note: This recipe for Bhature was published on December 10, 2018. Has now been republished on March 29, 2023.

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