Coriander Pakora

Coriander Pakora is a mouthwatering snack.

I personally like the flavor of coriander, weather it is leaves or seeds. I often add coriander leaves and the seeds in my recipes. The idea of preparing this yummy recipe came to my mind when I was very hungry and I wanted to eat some tangy and spicy pakoras. I searched my refrigerator and got nothing but only a bunch of coriander leaves. I prepared these pakoras for the first time and it was so yummy that now I have to prepare it every alternate day to give a treat to my taste buds. This sounds funny but that is yummy, Lol. Relishing these pokoras with the condiment like coriander chutney would be very delightful. See below the recipe of the Coriander Pakora.    

Cook Time 

Time for Preparation : 10 minutes
Time for Cooking : 10 minutes
Serves 2 People


Ingredients required for making Coriander Pakora Recipe

2 cups of Besan (Gram Flour)
2 Tbsp Coriander Seeds
2 Dried Red Chilies
1 big bunch of Coriander Leaves
2 Tbsp Rice Flour
Salt to taste
Oil for Frying
Sufficient Water


See here how to prepare for making Coriander Pakora Recipe

First we will take the coriander seeds and start roasting it in a pan or a kadhai

Add the dried red chilies too and keep roasting. Lovely aroma of the roasted coriander seeds will fill your kitchen.

After roasting the coriander seeds and the dried red chilies remove them from the flame and put them in a plate.

Now grind the roasted coriander seeds and the dried red chilies to make a powder out of it.

Also wash and chop the coriander leaves and keep it ready.

Now take the besan in a bowl, and get ready to prepare the batter for the pakoras.

Add the rice flour to the besan now.

Take the roasted coriander seeds and dried red chili powder and add them to the recipe.

Now add the chopped coriander leaves.

Add salt as much as you require.

Now add sufficient water and make a thick batter.

Heat oil in a kadhai or a pan and get ready to fry the pakoras.

Now take the batter little by little and drop it into the hot oil.

Fry the pakoras well till they turn golden in colour.

Once fried well, remove it from the oil and keep it in a bowl.

Our toothsome Coriander Pakora is now ready to relish. Serve it hot with coriander chutney.

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