Kadi Pakora



Kadi Pakora, a vegetarian delicacy of Jaisalmer, is cooked on low heat It is a light Jaisalmer dish that can be best enjoyed with Bajara roti. It is one of the favorites vegetarian dishes amongst the indigenous people of the region. Kadi Pakora can be cooked in various ways at home. This dish is prepared out of flour dumplings and yogurt. Often the flour dumplings are dipped in potatoes having mint stuffing. Kadi Pakora is a dish that is specific to this region. This dish is very simple and easy to make. It takes around 30 minutes to prepare this dish. It is one of those rare Jaisalmer dishes where the use of red chillies are very less.



Last Updated on 12/15/2011





     


     

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