There is no denying that iftar in Ramadan is incomplete without pakoras. Iftar is incomplete without fritters in Ramadan.
All of us may or may not get something for Iftar, but we would love to eat pakoras, but by eating the same pakoras every day, everyone would surely want to have a new style of delicious pakoras at Iftar.
How To Make Chicken Pakora Fritters
That’s why here’s a simple recipe for Chicken Pakora fritters that can be used to make delicious fritters.
Cabbage – a cup
Carrots – a number – grated
Capsicum – one number – chopped
Noodles – half a packet
Boneless chicken – 250g – finely chopped
Flour – half a cup
Cornflour – a quarter cup
Rice flour – a quarter cup
Egg – a number
Macaroni Spices – One Number
Oil – for frying
In a bowl, mix together the cabbage, grated carrots, capsicum, noodles, boneless chicken, flour, rice flour, eggs, and macaroni spices.
Put the oil in a pan and cook over medium heat and then deep fry the dumplings.
Serve hot chicken dumplings Pakoras with ketchup.