Chicken Pakoda - Spicy Original Recipe - Street Food India



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Watch preparation of delicious original style Chicken Pakoda recipe from Noor Chicken Point, Bazar Matia Mahal, Jama Mazid, Delhi-6.

Pakora (pronounced [pəkoʊɽaː]), also called pakoda, pakodi, or ponako, is a fried snack (fritter). Originally from India, it is found across the Indian subcontinent, especially in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. They are also occasionally prepared with bread, buckwheat, groundnut, fish, or chicken.

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