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Homemade Capsicum and Potato Pakoras (Fritters for a Rainy Day)

This is one of the best homemade Indian snacks that I have ever created on a rainy monsoon evening for my family. They loved it to the core. I wish and hope that all of my Zaar friends (old, present ones and the new ones I will be blessed with) do try this out and let me know their reviews.

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  • 1. Mix all the dry ingredients together in a big bowl.
  • Add water very slowly to the above mixture of dry ingredients and mix well to prepare a thick paste.
  • In the meantime, heat oil in a skillet on medium flame.
  • De-seed both the green capsicums (bell peppers) and slice lengthwise.
  • Now wash and peel the potatoes and cut in rounds.
  • Dip the sliced bell peppers and the potato rounds in the prepared batter.
  • Allow to coat well on either side. Note: The rice flour addition makes your capsicum and potato pakoras more crispy.
  • Now one by one, gently put the sliced and coated with masala bell peppers and potato rounds into the oil.
  • Deep fry on either side for 2 minutes until golden brown.
  • Drain on a clean kitchen paper towel to get rid of the excess oil.
  • Serve hot with tomato ketchup or green chutney on the side and a cup of hot masala tea.
  • Enjoy this as a snack on a rainy day and think of me!
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"This is one of the best homemade Indian snacks that I have ever created on a rainy monsoon evening for my family. They loved it to the core. I wish and hope that all of my Zaar friends (old, present ones and the new ones I will be blessed with) do try this out and let me know their reviews."
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  1. Charishma_Ramchanda
    This is one of the best homemade Indian snacks that I have ever created on a rainy monsoon evening for my family. They loved it to the core. I wish and hope that all of my Zaar friends (old, present ones and the new ones I will be blessed with) do try this out and let me know their reviews.
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