Bread Pakora Recipe by Manjula, Indian Vegetarian Gourmet

| June 29, 2012 | 26 Comments

View full recipe at www.manjulaskitchen.com INGREDIENTS: Make 12 pieces 4 firm white bread 1 cup gram flour (besan) 1 tablespoon rice flour 1 teaspoon salt Pinch of asafetida (hing) 1 teaspoon cumin seed 2 finely chopped green chilly 1/4 cup chopped cilantro (green coriander) 3/4 cup water Oil to fry

Thinking of steering away from 3d for a moment, at the same time expressing our creativity in different styles of animation and showing what we would also love to work on , we have stumbled upon a new idea during a morning coffee. With every next sip and smile the story and characters evolved and we found ourselves laughing more and more imagining loony animals puking each other out wanting to become vegetarians. From the first concepts of our silly new animal friends and all the way to everything else: coloring , animation , music and sounds , we were constantly tweaking story and characters back and forth to make good idea even better. So, with coffee stains all over our desks from bursts of laughter and 4 week behind us, we proudly present you “Be a vegetarian”. We have enjoyed working on this piece and we hope you will enjoy watching it. More about it and making off at glossyrey.com/presentation.php?workdid=32 CREDITS Production Company: GlossyRey Animation and Design Story: Nemanja Zivkovic Art Direction: Stanko Stupar Art Direction: Nemanja Zivkovic Animation: Stanko Stupar Rigging: Nemanja Zivkovic Music and Sound Design: Rajko Stupar Special Thanks to: Marko Bugarski and Nemanja Saric
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  1. princy418 says:

    hello manjula, can i use something else instead of besan as i am alergic to it..

  2. sabbathkeeper328 says:

    Theses look soooooo yummy :)
    Thank you Manjula

  3. avegetariandiet says:

    These look divine. I’m going to give these a try this week and see how they turn out.

  4. noneeshah1 says:

    ur supperb manjulla :) i like ur all recipes blessing from pakistan

  5. mohychannar says:

    great vid…thanks a lot

  6. jeanlamourUK says:

    I am now a fan of Manjula :) Great videos, thank you.

  7. mayasharma318 says:

    really manjula aunty, i did not know how to cook … but now i can say that i can cook..only bcoz of u thank u so much.

  8. PsychLion says:

    Its a pinch of Hing

  9. kannapri says:

    Hello manjula aunti,

    i have tried some of your recipes. They came out well. I am working. So please post some easy curry recipes that can be done with less oil.

  10. Manjulaskitchen says:

    I will be doing Besan roti soon

  11. RavenHairedMommy says:

    Manjula, I love your videos. :) I want to ask a question. I have to watch my blood sugar and I can’t have things made with wheat or rice flour or any flour that digests quickly. Is there an Indian bread made only from Besan flour or lentil flour?

  12. rosepearlcourt says:

    thnks madam that was fab

  13. trenodiaintheforest says:

    this s the first manjula recipe im gonna try , on monday , just i wonder how it could be using peas in the mixture….

  14. aswini1985 says:

    Thank you so much aunty today i prepared this stuff it came out really well. My husband liked it a lot. My parents and my bro as well. Thanks a lot

  15. empogirl says:

    loved ur recipes, i did not know about this, i will try it for sure and let u know, aunty do u have healthy recipes too?

  16. Manjulaskitchen says:

    In the “show more” section of this video, you will find a complete list of all the ingredients that I used.

  17. manooo58 says:

    can u plz tell me she used a pinch of what???salt red chili,cumin,rice flour,choriander,and pinch of wht????m still confused?

  18. JFRahamoni says:

    nice recipe…am gonna make too
    

  19. vanscoyoc says:

    It’s Cilantro and Coriander. 

  20. BWoodJunkie says:

    My favorite food from Gurdwara! =)

  21. Manjulaskitchen says:

    celantro and coriender leaves(dhania patta) is same

  22. suvam4uable says:

    hello manjula…..can we use coriender leaves(dhania patta) instead of celantro???

  23. nasrineable says:

    Hi we do the same in mauritius we call “Pain frier” mean fry bread…u can get this at every corner of the road. We love it. we use baguette slice it like doing garlic bread u we the crusty bread also. its more crunchy. But thank i’ll try with plain sandwich like u did. I same batter that u did we use aubergine onion or potato or zicchini cut into large piece deep in the batter then fried. Its amazing.

  24. Lunabohemia7777 says:

    Manjula, thanks so much for such a great recipes…I´m vegetarian and a big fan of indian food. Your videos are easy to understand…I love it!! Greetings from Germany…

  25. TheTawki says:

    Thanks so much Manjula auntie for this recipe..and all your other recipes…love your work and videos..:)

  26. primaBarsova says:

    Sooooo unusually

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