If you have never had this popular East Indian fried snack, pakora, you are missing out on something very special. These versatile savoury fritters can be used with an combination of vegetables!
Perhaps fried food is not the healthiest options but with the shear amount of vegetables crammed pack in these little morsels I cannot help but feel healthier afterwards.
This recipe is what I would rank medium in the spice profile. If you like mild spice reduce the amount of of crushed called for to 1/4 of a teaspoon or omit it all together. If you like it eyeball tearing hot, than up the amount of crushed red pepper or even add minced ghost pepper to you batch! I like spicy food, but I prefer to have a spicy sauce on the sides rather than over power the flavour of the pakoras with spices. But it is up to you which is what make this recipe so terrific.
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