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Vegetable Pakora recipe is an easy to make Indian starter prepared with mixed vegetables, chickpea flour and carom seeds.
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LifeEmbolden Posted on Thu May 16 2013
when I was single and alone during the winter season I used to eat hot onion pakora, I need make this again in next winter as Im still single.Reply 0 - Replies
shaabi4321 Posted on Thu May 16 2013
why dont u said dhinchik dhinkchik while crushing fennel seeds & corriander seeds.........Reply 0 - Replies
Hugo Mendes Posted on Fri May 17 2013
Great dish chef! Gonna try this for myself! But I'm positively not eating a whole chilli =PReply 0 - Replies
Ankit Tak Posted on Fri May 17 2013
Thumps up if your mouth was watery watching this !!Reply 0 - Replies
rakeshkumar47 Posted on Sun May 19 2013
neither sanjeev kapoor nor gordon ramsay, but only vahchef(sanjay thumma) can make my mouth water....Ummmmm...Reply 0 - Replies
Satoshi Chomsky Posted on Thu May 16 2013
Eating whole raw chili? That's so hardcore. Wonderful dish!Reply 0 - Replies