Watch: From Jackfruit To Lotus Stems, This Shop Is Offering 15 Different Kinds Of Fritters


Indians have a deep love for fritters also known as pakoras or bhajiyas. From paneer to onion, there is a variety available in the market. A plate of fritters with evening tea has the power to uplift your mood. Don’t you agree? Now, what if we tell you that there is a vendor who sells 15 types of bhajiyas. Recently, a food vlogger (therealharryuppal) came across a fritter shop that sold various kinds of fritters, ranging from kamal kakdi (lotus stem), aloo tikki and kathal (jackfruit) to palak (spinach) and various other creative varieties. 

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The shopkeeper shared the history of their shop, boasting that it was 60-70 years old and they offered a selection of 15 types of fritters. As the vlogger eagerly awaited their first taste, the shopkeeper arranged an array of different kinds of fritters on a plate crafted from biodegradable paan leaves. Then he drizzled a green chutney over the fritters and offered them to the eager customer. The vlogger took a bite and commented, “Kamaal hai, ekdum zabardast.” (It is amazing)

“Discover the ultimate fritters paradise with this unique street vendor, serving up 15 incredible varieties! From the exotic crunch of lotus stem fritters to the rich flavour of jackfruit fritters, each bite is a delightful adventure. Come savour these crispy, golden treats that are sure to tantalise your taste buds,” the caption read. 

Watch the video here:

A user commented under the video, “Inke pakode bhot yummy hote h [his fritters are delicious].”

Another user wrote, “This looks awesome.”

“Mouth watering,” a comment read, while many others responded with heart and fire emojis.

If you love fritters, here are a few you can try making at home:

Fritter Recipes To Try This Week

If this video made you drool over your screens, then we have some easy fritter recipes for you to try.

1. Onion Fritters 

These are sliced onions dipped in a spiced flour batter and deep-fried until crispy. Recipe here

2. Potato Fritters 

Potato fritters are thinly sliced potatoes coated in batter and fried. Check out the recipe here

3. Spinach Fritters

Fresh spinach leaves are enveloped in batter and fried to a crispy texture to make spinach fritters. Recipe here.

4. Bread Pakoras

These are made by stuffing slices of bread stuffed with spiced potatoes, and coated in batter, and deep-fried. See the recipe here.

5. Baby corn fritters

These are bite-sized baby corn coated in flour batter, fried to golden perfection and enjoyed as a crunchy snack. Here is the recipe. 

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Which fritter recipe would you try first? Let us know in the comments below!

 In the video, we can see various kinds of fritters – from kamal kakdi (lotus stem), aloo tikki and kathhal (jackfruit) to palak (spinach).    

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