Maggi Pakora Recipe | Maggi Pakoda | Maggi Bhajiya
MAGGI PAKORA RECIPE:
A favorite amongst children as well as adults, Maggi is a most welcomed and loved snack in India. Talking about Maggi- Innovation and Maggi walk hand in hand.
So today, I bring to you a mouth-watering Maggi Pakora recipe. Made out of your favorite Maggi noodles tossed with fresh vegetables, Maggi Pakora is a perfect snack to munch on.
Serve it with chili sauce or ketchup as a park snack or a starter. It also tastes perfect with our very own Sham ki Chai.
You can add many variations to Maggi. This Maggi pakoda has its own own unique taste and flavor.
Quick Maggi Pakora Recipe
- Maggi - 1 Packet (70 Grams)
- Capsicum, Cabbage, And Onion (Chopped) - 1 Cup
- Coriander Leaves - ½ Cup
- Rawa - 2 Tbsp
- Kashmiri Red Chili Powder - 1½ Tbsp
- Besan - 2 Tbsp
- Salt - As Required
- Water - As Required
Steps to prepare Maggi Pakore Recipe:
- In a vessel, add 180 ml of water and let it boil.
- As soon as the water starts to boil, add the tastemaker into the water along with the Maggi noodles. Cook them till they are 75- 80% cooked. Be careful not to cook it all the way through.
- Once they are 80% cooked, turn off the heat and set it aside.
- Now, once your Maggi is all cooled down, add 1 cup of chopped Capsicum, Cabbage, and onion along with ½ cup of coriander leaves into the Maggi. Stir them well.
- Next, add salt (as required), 1½ tbsp of red chili powder, 2 tbsp of Rawa and 2 tbsp of besan into the mixture. Mix them thoroughly using a fork or your hands.
- Add 1 tbsp of water into the mixture and mix them for another 30-60 seconds.
- Now take a Kadhai, add 300ml of cooking oil and let them boil.
- Once the oil is hot, drop a small ball sized mixture of Maggi pakora into the oil and cook them on a medium flame for 4-5 minutes.
- Stir occasionally. Fry them until the pakora turns golden brown.
- Once done, turn off the heat and remove the Maggi pakoras into a plate covered with a paper towel. This way the paper towel will absorb any excess oil of the pakoras.
Serve them hot with tomato ketchup or chili sauce.
- You can double the recipe by doubling the proportions of the ingredients.
- Instead of deep-frying, you can shallow fry the pakoras as well.
- You can use veggies of your own choice.