From conversations to celebrations : Pakoras

There’s something in the #rains makes us Indians crave the indigenous deep-fried delights called #pakoras. It doesn’t matter if it’s a drizzle or pouring rain, that single drop of water splashing on dry ground just makes our hearts scream out for a large plate of pakoras.

It doesn’t matter if the pakora we love most is made of #paneer, cabbage, chillies or chicken, there isn’t a single household in this nation of foodies that hasn’t had a little pakora party at some point of time or the other.
This rainy weather just adds to the romance of pakora and #chai, and there aren’t many who can resist these crunchy fritters. And what a variety of these we have in this country! From bhajis fried in Maharasthra to begunis in West Bengal, the names differ but always evoke that smell of crispy, deep-fried vegetables.Yes, pakoras are that rooted in our sense and palate. It’s a centre piece for everything from conversations to celebrations.

So, for all the pakora craving people, here we share Rock n Rosh’s #lowcarb #glutenfree #grainfree paneer pakora recipe: