Snack time: Indian pakoras (spiced fritters) Class | Amphy
Snack time: Indian pakoras (spiced fritters) with Reena K | Amphy

Snack time: Indian pakoras (spiced fritters)

Making onion pakoras (spiced fritters) as an Indian snack

What you'll learn

It is a simple snack that can be made.  You can fill it with onions, coriander leaves, cabbage, radish, meat.  It can be eaten with ketchup or red and white sauce (chutney).  It is a great snack in between meals.  

This class is perfect for

Beginners who want a quick snack and who love or are curious about Indian cooking

Your Teacher

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I have been cooking for over 20 years. My mother and grandmother have taught me a lot. I have also incorporated my husband's family cooking style. I then found my tricks to bring some mix and make it easier and fun. I don't like bland food or want to be in the kitchen all day especially with work, kids, and other errands that need to be run. This has allowed me to do a lot of experiments and to also see how I can use more variety of vegetables.

What students need

2 cups of sliced onions (other ingredient if you prefer)
1/2 tsp cut ginger (or ginger garlic paste)
2-3 chopped green chilies (optional)
2 tbsp coriander leaves
1/2 tsp salt (or per preference)
1 tsp of paprika powder
1 tsp of garam masala (optional)

How to participate

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