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Pakora made with greens are very popular, here is one such recipe of Methi Pakoda. With added goodness of fenugreek leaves, it makes the pakora even more tastier.Pakora are made with different veggies. There are also many regional variations in the recipes.

An addition of fenugreek leaves will give a twist to the pakoras and will make the pakoras even more tastier. It is a perfect snack for rainy or winter days with a hot cup of tea.

For those who doesn’t know, methi is fenugreek leaves and gota means pakoda or fritters. So methi Na gota = fenugreek leaves pakoda = fenugreek leaves fritters.

These mouthwatering methi gota are light and fluffy and spongy from inside and crunchy from outside. Usually pakoda and gota are different. Methi Pakoda are little crispy and has less water added while making batter, while gota are soft, spongy and batter is thin compared to Punjabi pakoda.

It is very popular snack from Gujarat. You will find these methi pakoda in every shop which sells snacks aka ‘Farsan’ in Gujarat. Apart from winter, it tastes best in monsoon.

Serve methi pakoda as a starter or as a tea time snack with green chutney or tamarind chutney or tomato ketchup. You can also have them with roti or sandwich them between bread slices.

Methi Pakoda video Recipe :

How to make Methi Pakoda recipe | how to make Methi Bhajiya recipe with step by step photos:

1. Take a bowl and add 1 ½ cup fresh chopped methi.

Methi Pakoda recipe | how to make Methi Bhajiya

2. Add 1 cup chopped coriander leaves.

Methi Pakoda recipe | how to make Methi Bhajiya

3. Add 1 cup chopped palak.

Methi Pakoda recipe | how to make Methi Bhajiya

4. Add 1 cup chopped spring onions, 1 ½ cup chopped onions.

Methi Pakoda recipe | how to make Methi Bhajiya

5. Add 2 tbsp. grated ginger, 1/3 cup chopped garlic, and ½ cup chopped green chilies.

Methi Pakoda recipe | how to make Methi Bhajiya

6. Add salt as per taste, 1 tbsp. black paper powder.

Methi Pakoda recipe | how to make Methi Bhajiya

7. Add 5 cup gram flour. Add gradually.

Methi Pakoda recipe | how to make Methi Bhajiya

8. Add 1 tbsp. soda bi carb then add 3 tbsp. lemon juice on the soda bi carb. Mix all together.

Methi Pakoda recipe | how to make Methi Bhajiya

9. Add 1/3 cup water. Add more water if required.

Methi Pakoda recipe | how to make Methi Bhajiya

10. Take a pan and add oil. After that take small portion of gram flour batter and put it in hot oil. Deep fry the pakoda. Make it golder brown color.

Methi Pakoda recipe | how to make Methi Bhajiya

11. Serve it with tomato ketch up and green chutney.

Methi Pakoda recipe | how to make Methi Bhajiya

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