Jul 11, 2012

Stuffed Bread Pakora/ Sandwich Pakora

Today I post Stuffed Bread Pakora or you can call Sandwich Pakora, under this recipe we cover the paneer slice with potatoes stuffing from the both side and now cover this sandwich with bread slices, then toss with gram flour batter and frying in the oil. Hope so, all my food lovers like this recipe so much. You can serve this recipe as an evening snack or breakfast in rainy days with green chutney or meethi chutney.
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Ingredients
For Potato Stuffing
3 boiled and mashed medium sized potatoes
1 medium sized chopped onion
2 chopped green chillies
1 tbsp. chopped fresh green coriander
Salt to taste
1/2 tsp. red chilli powder
1 tsp. coriander powder
1/4 tsp. garam masala
1/2 tsp. amchoor
1/2 tsp. chaat masala
For Gram Flour Batter
2 cup gram flour
1 tsp. carom seeds
1/2 tsp. salt
1 tsp. red chilli powder
1/4 tsp. meetha soda or baking soda
Other Ingredients
Cottage cheese (paneer)
Green coriander dip
5 bread slice
Oil for deep frying
Direction
For Potato Stuffing
Combine all the ingredients together in one bowl and mix well.
For Gram Flour Batter
Combine all the ingredients together and add enough water for batter not so much in thick consistency.
How to Arrange
First take a bread slice and cut it into diagonal side or triangle side into 2 pieces.
Now spread green chutney on both bread slices and spread a layer of potatoes mixture on both bread slices.
Now place the paneer slice (according to bread slice size) in the centre of one slice and cover it with another slice.
Heat the enough vegetable oil for deep frying into the wok on high flame.
Now dip the bread sandwich into gram flour batter and place into the wok for deep frying on medium flame, when become golden in color and cook well.  Place the bread pakora into the plate.
Divide the bread pakora into halves and sprinkle little chaat masala and serve hot with green coriander dip or Mint dip.
Submit this Bread Pakora recipe with following events:
Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#18
30 Min Cooking Mela
Street Food event hosted by Chef al Dente
  

26 comments:

  1. Mouthwatering here, irresistible pakoras.

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  2. very intersting sandwich pakora....delicious :)

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  3. Yummy looking sandwich. Love the paneer stuffing.

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  4. I just love this!!!!Looks very yummy....

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  5. nostalgic..reminds me of the school canteen where we used to buy them for mere 15 paisa..bac in 70's.....lovely:)

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    1. Yes Vaishali Di..... same here...we were buy this in rs. 10 at the time of school....

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  6. my mouth is watering looking at the pictures....amazing

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  7. Wonderful recipe. Yum yum !!

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  8. I love these.. escpecially in gangothri.. you can stop with just one

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  9. Delicious!loved the aloo paneer filling..yummy..

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  10. The pictures are mouth watering :)

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  11. awesome tempting and droolworthy bread pakoras.

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  12. Perfect for the monsoon season, with some spicy green chutney

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  13. They looks so yummm perfect for a teatime...

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  14. Love the idea and the crispy snack.Looks so yummy!!!

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  15. Gosh that really is so inviting!..I can imagine how tempting that must have tasted..good one preeti..

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  16. Loved this recipe! Gonna try this out soon!

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  17. nice recipe,sounds very inviting......

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  18. Stuffed Pakoda/Pakora looks awesome!

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  19. So delicious.Awesome snack...

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