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Pakora (Fritters) Mix – Ready to Use Ramadan Special Recipe

Ramadan Special Recipe

Pakora Mix

Special Raman Pakora Mix - Ready to Use

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Pakora Mix

In our nation, most people do not expect Ramadan without some snacks for Iftar. Pakora is an important part of the cuisine. Most people prepare pakoray on a daily basis. These come in a variety of forms, ranging from simple potato pakoray to inventive versions.

I prefer pakora with onion because I cannot eat potatoes. However, the bulk of people prefer solely potato or aloo ke pakoray. Regardless of the type, the technique for making the mixture is nearly identical. I’d like to share the recipe for pakora mix to save time for prayers during Ramadan.

Simply put down the ingredients for the concoction. You can adjust the quantity based on your family’s size and the number of days. This mixture will be usable for a set time.


  • Gram flour (besan) ½ kg
  • Rice flour 4 tbsp
  • Corn flour 4 tbsp
  • White cumin 2 tbsp
  • Crushed coriander 2 tbsp
  • Crushed red chilli 1-½ tbsp
  • Carom 1 tsp
  • Pomegranate seeds 1 tbsp
  • Red chili powder 1 tsp
  • Yellow food colour ¼ tsp
  • Salt 1 tsp
  • Fenugreek dried 1 tbsp
  • Soda ¼ tsp

Recipe Preparation

  • Onion
  • Potato
  • Cauliflower
  • Spinch
  • Cooking Oil

Recipe Method

Combine all ingredients together and store for later use. When you want to make pakora, simply use this mixture. Make a nice batter, but not too thick. Then cut the vegetables into the shape you want. Potato, onion, cauliflower, or spinach are some of the veggies that can be used. You can also make egg or chicken pakoras. Simply add your desired ingredients to the batter and you’ll have pakora in no time.

Hopefully you will try out this special Ramadan recipe of Pakora Mix by Fehmeeda Farid Khan. Enjoy the blessings of the holy month of Ramadan.

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About Fehmeeda Farid Khan

Fehmeeda Farid Khan is a freelance blogger, content writer, translator, tour consultant, proofreader, environmentalist, social mobilizer, poetess and a novelist. As a physically challenged person, she extends advocacy on disability related issues. She's masters in Economics and Linguistics along with B.Ed.

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