Category: Chicken
Rating: 3.35
Servings: 4


16 small chunks of chicken breast
1 large onion
1 approx same size piece of ginger
1 clove garlic
1 chopped jalapeno pepper (if
1 you want it spicy)
1 teaspoon lemon juice or
2 teaspoon plan yogurt
1 1/2 cup dry batter
1 teaspoon salt

Directions: How to Cook Chicken Pakora

Blend everything but chicken and batter in blender until fine. Use this to marinate the chicken for 1 hr. Mix water with batter until batter is think as honey. Put chicken in batter. Fry pieces under low heat to a medium brown. Enjoy it as an appetizer or snack. Serves 4-6.

* The Polka Dot Palace BBS 1-201-822-3627 Posted by SCRIBE on 06-05-95

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Recent comments and reviews for this recipe:

arshaan writes:

Good work, i love this food thx!

Posted on 06 Dec 2007, 22:33 ET

ME writes:


Posted on 21 Jan 2008, 17:00 ET

me2 writes:

oh stop being pedantic in uk it is a well known dish you can get in indian restaraunts

Posted on 26 Apr 2008, 11:39 ET

Seenealay writes:

I'm new here, just wanted to say hello and introduce myself.

Posted on 17 Aug 2008, 22:47 ET

Prats writes:

What can you use as batter?

Posted on 27 Sep 2008, 05:07 ET

smokey writes:

just hate anything that is blended in a blender.

Posted on 25 Feb 2009, 09:57 ET

snehal writes:

I have tasted this above racipe..its very tasty..thank u.....

Posted on 07 Mar 2009, 10:14 ET

lee writes:

india Punjabi food Is excellent!

Posted on 30 Mar 2009, 10:14 ET

simran writes:

Hi tried this recipie and the taste is awsome..
thanks for it and every one liked it

Posted on 19 Apr 2009, 05:28 ET

jon writes:

very good recipe now i know why i keep chickens

Posted on 05 Jul 2009, 11:49 ET

joey writes:

hi i love the reciepe it's my fave

Posted on 23 Aug 2009, 13:45 ET

Sikh! writes:

im gnna try this recipe so besta luk but other luv it so i hope ill du well im doing it 4 my gcse wrk :)

Posted on 07 Sep 2009, 14:00 ET

kuta writes:

good but not bad lol

thankz :)

Posted on 13 Sep 2009, 11:27 ET

Mahendra Singh writes:

Average in Taste.

Posted on 07 Nov 2009, 08:32 ET

bob writes:

where the hell is this "batter" coming from?

Posted on 10 Nov 2009, 03:20 ET

indiangangster writes:

wtf these are so tasty!!! fuckin delicios

Posted on 29 Dec 2009, 11:32 ET

s writes:

batter is blended ing & far as 1 1/2 cup dry batter means its cornstarch

Posted on 30 Dec 2009, 00:39 ET

susan writes:

what is the dry b specific?

Posted on 21 Jan 2010, 11:47 ET

Sanny writes:

lovely. we all love chicken pakora!!! now we made wo my friedt!!!
thanks for recepie! :))

Posted on 09 Apr 2010, 03:45 ET

seema writes:

batter of what, is it the corn flour or any maida,kindlu specify cleary about the ingredients before posting any receipe in the website

Posted on 20 May 2010, 01:14 ET

Moe writes:

Ok soo im assuming batter is a mixture of water with either gram flour (besan) or cornstarch or combination of the two!! hmmm!

Posted on 11 Aug 2010, 20:09 ET

fawzy writes:

what are the ingredients for batter in chicken pakora?? please specify

Posted on 19 Oct 2010, 15:53 ET

Auntie Val writes:

Do you need a dip or anything to serve them with, plum sauce maybe or sour cream?

Posted on 20 Nov 2010, 13:12 ET

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