Pakora

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Pakora
Pakora.png
Dish Type
Side Dish
Availability
Purchased
Cost
$250
Prep Type
HS Only
HS Servings
9
Menu Price
$2
Cook Time(s)
? seconds
HS Freshness Time
? seconds
Booster(s)
Simply Food Simply Food
Detractor(s)
Trashy Food Trashy Food
Origin
India

Pakora is a Side Dish in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!.

Description[edit | edit source]

Pakora is a fried snack originating from India and popular throughout Pakistan, Nepal, and Bangladesh. While unusual for fried foods, pakora is often served at weddings. The addition of pakora to weddings comes from the influence of the Wedinati, a secret society made up of individuals who found weddings to be excruciatingly boring. The group's influence peaked in 1970 when they managed to convince society that fried food, skydiving, and kickboxing were all wedding traditions.

As the public wised up to the existence of the Wedinati and their crusade to make weddings less boring, their influence waned. While many of their contributions such as kickboxing are no longer practiced at weddings, eating pakora continues.

Recipes[edit | edit source]

You must use a Holding Station to prep and serve this side.
Each Holding Station can serve 9 customers.

There is only one recipe.

Standard Prep (Holding Station):
PurplePage.png Pakoras x4 PurplePage.png Dunk & Cook