Vegetable Pakoras with Bengali Gosht Seasoning
Say goodbye to boring snacks with this super simple Vegetable Pakora recipe using the Bengali Gosht Seasoning. These fun little spicy fritters can be made using a variety of vegetables that are fried and best served hot. Perfect as a side dish or a snack served with Raita, these are truly delicious.
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
- 2 Potatoes – medium sized, grated
- 2 Large Carrots, grated or cut julienne strips
- 2 Tbsp Angus & Oink Bengali Gosht Seasoning
- 200g Gram Flour
- 1 Large Brown Onion, sliced
- Handful Mangetout, roughly chopped
- 3 Tbsp Fresh Coriander, roughly chopped
- 1 cup Water
- Vegetable oil
- Grate the potatoes and carrots then squeeze out excess liquid using your hands or a clean cloth. Place the vegetables in a deep bowl along with the rest of the prepared vegetables and season with A&O Bengali Gosht Rub. Mix everything together with a spoon or by hand.
- Add gram flour to the vegetables and combine by hand. Slowly pour in the water and mix to form a thick paste, adding more water if required.
- Pour 500ml vegetable oil into a deep pan or wok and bring the temp to 170c. Take a handful of vegetable mix and shape it into small rough patties. Carefully place them in the oil and fry in batches for 4 minutes, turning halfway. Remove from oil and place on kitchen roll to absorb excess oil.
- Serve hot and enjoy. Serve it with a cool Raita or Chutney.