Baby corn pakoda or fritters is a quick tea time snack item. If you
like baby corn, you are going to love this.
for guests or for family members, baby corn pakoda or baby corn bhajia,
is a yummy snack on a wet rainy day or a cold winter day.
Baby corn pakora is also a good accompaniment for lunch or dinner.
You may also add it to the your office or your kid's school lunch box.
Pakoda is best served hot but is still good even if served at room temperature.
Ingredients for baby corn Pakoda to make 15-20 bhajias
Ingredients for making batter
Preparation for pakoda:
Making pakora batter
Batter should have a dosa/pancake batter consistency.
Method to make pakoda
Fry all the pakoda in the same way.
Serve hot by itself or with your favorite chutney or chili sauce or tomato ketchup.
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