Pakoras | Fried Vegetable fritters Menu

Crispy Pakodas (vegetable fritters)

The aroma of the wet mud and the pitter-patter of raindrops falling on the window sill makes every Indian remember ‘Pakodas’ and ‘Chai’.

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This is the most divine combination of cold weather and food. ‘Pakodas’ are like vegetable fritters, sometimes served with one or more chutneys, and is usually eaten as a tea-time snack.

We Indians make these all the time when we have guests come over unannounced. It is simple and tasty and goes well with almost anything ranging from bread to curry or with tea. There are street stalls that serve pakodas and even entire stores that only make different kinds of pakodas. The ‘Pakodas’ are a full meal for many people living in India.

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Cut Mirchi

This nutty yet spicy dish will give you a sense ….

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of tasteful satisfaction. Banana peppers, deep-fried, then cut and filled with peanut masala, onions, cilantro, and lime.

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Vegetable fritters (Methi Gota)

Methi Gota

These are a specialty from the Western Region ….

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in India, Gujarat. A complex fusion of zesty and savory spices with a light bitterness from fenugreek leaves (methi) makes this dish incredibly delicious. Chopped spinach, fenugreek leaves, spices, deep-fried in a chickpea flour batter served with mint-cilantro chutney and tamarind chutney.

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Indian special Mirchi bhajiya

Mirchi Bhajiya

Originating in the Western region of India, …

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Rajasthan. Huge vessels are used for deep frying and are sold street-side making you a part of the process. If you can handle the spice this is a must-try! Hot chili-peppers are deep-fried in chickpea flour batter, served with mint-cilantro chutney and tamarind chutney.

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crispy mix vig pakoda

Veg Pakoda

An all-time favorite is these…

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vegetable pakodas. Chopped carrots, cabbage, onions, spinach, sweet bell peppers, spices, deep-fried in chickpea flour batter and served with tamarind chutney and mint-cilantro chutney.

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Delicious onion rawa dosa

Onion Pakoda

These crispy and spicy onion fritters are and …

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will be an eternal favorite. Onions and spices, deep-fried in chickpea flour batter, served with mint-cilantro chutney and tamarind chutney.

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Mashed potato with rich spices - Batata vada

Batata Vada

In South-West India in Maharashtra, these …

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are potato fritters with a little spice and are gaining popularity all over India. Mashed potato balls, spices, deep-fried in a chickpea flour batter served with mint-cilantro chutney and tamarind chutney.

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