• Prep Time 3-5 minutes
  • Cook Time 5-10 minutes
  • Serving For 4 People
  • Difficulty Easy
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Recipe Description

Ingredient                              Quantity

Boiled Egg                              4 no.
Onion chopped                       1 no. (Large)
Green chilli chopped               3 no.
Ginger chopped                      1 tsp
Garlic chopped                        1 tsp
Black pepper crushed              1 tsp
Salt to taste
Red chilli powder                   1 tsp + sprinkle
Red chilli sauce                       1½ tbsp
Soya sauce                              ¼ tsp
Tomato ketchup                      1 tbsp
Gram Flour (Besan)                ½ cup
Coriander chopped                 1 tbsp
Water                                      2 tbsp

For Dip:

Onion chopped                       ¼ cup
Coriander chopped                 1 tbsp
Tomato ketchup                      3 tbsp
Vinegar                                   1 tsp
Black pepper crushed              1 tsp
Red chilli powder                   ½ tsp
Salt to taste

Method:
1. Grated the boiled egg in to a mixing bowl.
2. Add Chopped onion, green chillies, ginger, garlic, black pepper crushed, salt, red chilli powder, red chilli sauce, soya sauce, tomato ketchup, gram flour and mix well.
3. Add chopped coriander leaves and water, mix well.
4. Heat oil in a pan for deep frying.
5. Take a 2 spoon, dip in water, take a mixer in one spoon and Shape the mixture into quenelles (Egg shape). With the help of other spoon.
6. Slide into hot oil and deep-fry till golden and crisp. Drain on absorbent paper.
For Dip:
7. Mix together chopped onion, coriander, tomato ketchup, vinegar, black pepper crushed, red chilli powder and salt in a mixing bowl. Keep it aside.
8. Place pakora in serving plates, garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot with prepared dip.

 

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Fusion of Indian food with International Cuisine is what made Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi a sought after name within the Food industry. With a background of North India, Chef Harpal is a music lover and is fluent in English and five Indian regional languages - Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, Oriya and Telugu.

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