Lockdown Snack: This Sooji Pakoda Will Go Perfectly With Your Shaam Ki Chai (Watch Recipe Video)

Lockdown Snack: This Sooji Pakoda Will Go Perfectly With Your 'Shaam Ki Chai' (Watch Recipe Video)

Sooji pakoda makes for a great lockdown snack.


  • Sooji pakoda can be a great alternative to usual besan-based pakoda.
  • This sooji pakoda is easy to make an can be added to your lockdown menu.
  • Watch the recipe video to make sooji pakoda at home.

Pakoda is the best thing you can have for evening snacks. The deep-fried, crispy delight complements hot tea or coffee on any given day. If you are bored of the usual onion pakoda, paneer pakoda, or aloo pakoda made with besan batter, make this different pakoda made of sooji flour. This sooji pakoda is very easy to make and delicious to eat.

Sooji is derived from coarsely ground whole wheat and is healthier than other refined flours. Sooji imparts a grainy texture and creamy flavour to dishes made with it. Also, it is gluten-free and easy to digest, which makes the fried pakoda a tad lighter on the stomach.

The recipe posted on YouTube channel ‘Cooking With Reshu’ plugs in a variety of flavours from spices like cumin seeds, red chilli powder, salt, green chillies and grated ginger. Onions provide a delectable crunch, curd and coriander leaves brings in a tinge of freshness to this sooji snack. 

Pair this sooji pakoda with your favourite chutney and evening tea and add variety to your lockdown snacks menu. You can also make green chutney from scratch at home with this simple recipe. Your family will thank you for making this yummy crispy snack when they are home-bound all day and are missing outside foods.

Watch recipe video for easy and crispy sooji pakoda –

(Also Read: Watch How To Make Yummy Sooji And Sabudana Chila)

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