Monsoon Special: How To Make Popular Stuffed Mirchi Vada From Rajasthan

Finally the hot summer days are coming to an end. We are feeling the rain in different parts of the country, the temperature is dropping with a sigh of relief. While we have yet to welcome a full monsoon season, the weather outside Nipi has already made us eager for all things fried and yummy. Let’s agree, Barsha and Pakora go together. We want to enjoy Peter-Patter on the window plate with plates of potato pakoras, fish chops, fried onions, samosas etc. during the season. For this reason, we constantly search for new pakora recipes to bring something unique to the plate every time.

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During our research, we saw the classic recipe of Mirchi Bhadar which defines consumption for the people of Rajasthan. It is long, fresh and with green peppers, spicy filling and besan cover and completely deep fried. You can get these delicious pakoras as they are, or like a cup of spices and add to taste. Already slurping? Let’s find out the recipe.

How to make Rajasthani Mirchi Bhada:

Food blogger Parul shared this special recipe from Rajasthani Mirchi Bhadar on his YouTube channel ‘Cook with Parul’. In addition to the recipes, he also shared some secret tips for making spices for Bhadar. Look at this.

How to make spices for Mirchi Bhadar:

Heat a pan, and add the coriander, cumin and fennel seeds. Fry it until the spices are fragrant.

Transfer the spices to a mortar and add hing, mint powder, hot spices, lemon salt or amchoor powder and grind with a spice. Set aside.

Spread some boiled potatoes with your hands.

Now heat the pan again and put oil in it. Now add mustard, green chillies and ginger paste.

Add red chilli powder, turmeric and fried spices.

Add mashed potatoes, salt, black salt, sugar and mix everything well.

Cook everything until you get a greasy-dry texture. Add coriander leaves and spices aside.

With this, you have completed the most important part of the recipe. Now all you have to do is slice and peel the peppers, add spices, coat in a basin and deep fry. And you have delicious chilli vada from Rajasthan which is ready to eat.

Watch the detailed recipe video of Rajasthani Mirchi Bhadar below:

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