Don’t we all love bread pakora? Soft bread slices, dunked in besan batter and fried until golden brown. Are you craving them now? We don’t blame you. Bread pakora is a popular choice for anytime snacking in Indian households. You can relish it as your weekend special breakfast or pair it up with evening tea. It is indeed a drool-worthy indulgence. Nowadays, one can find many different versions of this beloved pakora. And recently, a street food vendor making “Chinese bread pakora” has caught the attention of the internet.
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The video opens with a man spreading some stuffing, with his bare hands, onto slices of bread. He places more slices on the top, to make a simple sandwich. Next, the vendor cuts the sandwiches in half. He mixes the besan (gram flour) batter for the pakoras – once again with his bare hands – and then dunks the sandwiches into it. They are then deep-fried in oil and kept ready. The vendor goes on to slit the pakoras in half and fill them with a mixture of what looks to be shredded cabbage, fried noodles and spicy sauces. Some fried Manchurian balls are also added, and the pakoras are finally served with a side of gravy. “Hygienic Chinese Bread Pakora,” read the text on the video, which was shot in Mira Road, according to the caption. Watch the full reel below:
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The clip has so far clocked over 8 lakh views. However, most Instagram users are pretty disappointed with the idea of this street food. Read some of the reactions below:
One of the users wrote, “I’m still searching for hygiene.”
Taking a dig at the name of the dish, another user said, “Which one is the Chinese part and which one is the hygienic part of this dish?”
“This ain’t Chinese or Hygienic, idk (I don’t know),” read a comment.
Another wrote, “I like the sarcasm of the one who made this video, you get a like from me.”
One person commented: “Hygiene left the chat.”
Another pointed out, rather sarcastically, “Knives don’t exist for spreading.”
What did you think of the video? Let us know in the comments below.
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