Chicken Keema Pakora

Viji Sanu V

Chicken Keema Pakora are quick deep fried tea time snacks apt with a cup of hot tea. The snack is prepared by deep frying a mixture of minced boneless chicken, gram flour, rice flour, spice powder, and fresh herbs. Fry the pakoras in hot boiling oil to a golden brown color. The real crispiness come from rice flour. Chicken Keema Pakora is a simple recipe, which are perfect to enjoy in a bachelor party or a gathering with friends or guests during evenings. Chicken Keema Pakora is rare and very delicious so need to try it. I have used chicken keema in this pakora recipe. You may use mutton keema or minced beef also. Pakoras are a delight when the season is moist and cloudy on a damp rainy day. You prefer something hot and crispy that will sustain you with sufficient energy. Chicken Keema Pakoras are one of the easiest snack dishes that require limited ingredients.

Minced chicken is mixed along with crunchy onions and besan flour and is mixed well to form a rough batter. It’s crazy crisp, spicy and the easiest Indian chicken fritter you will ever make. A perfect gluten-free chicken appetizer, ready only in 15 minutes! Chicken is rich in protein and other vital nutrients. If you really love tea time snacking, this chicken recipe is for you. Grab a cup of hot tea, and enjoy this absolutely yummy Indian style Chicken Keema Pakora with your family. It tastes best when hot and crisp. You can adjust the spiciness of the dish if kids are involved. Kids usually prefer mildly spiced snacks. Protein rich foods are required for kids and convalescing people who require strength and health. You can find the detailed recipe of Chicken Keema Pakora here. Do enjoy the nutritious and wholesome snack with your family.

Chicken Keema Pakora

Chicken Keema Pakora

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 12 minutes
Total Time 32 minutes
Servings 3 Servings



  • Take all the ingredients in a bowl.
  • Mix everything well to form a dough. If there is lot of moisture, add more besan. The mixture must be moist but firm. Otherwise it will absorb lot of oil while frying.
  • Cover and set aside for 15 minutes . You can also refrigerate.
  • Heat oil in a deep pan, check if the oil is hot and regulate the flame to medium high at this stage.
  • Take small portions of the mixture and drop in hot oil. (Small portions make crisp pakodas).
  • Do not disturb them for 1 to 2 minutes.
  • Once the chicken Pakodas are lightly golden, regulate the flame to medium low.
  • Keep stirring and fry until golden and crunchy.
  • Drain chicken pakodas on a kitchen tissue and serve them hot with ketchup or mint chutney.


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