Which Pakora Are You According To Your Zodiac Sign?
Ramzan is incomplete without the aroma of pakoras wafting through the air at iftar time. It is the one essential item on most iftar tables and let’s be honest, all the ‘healthy’ dawats we attend that skip out on these are a real waste of time. *hint*
The thing about these fried besan nuggets is that they’re infinitely customizable and every household has a different variation that they prefer, much the same as daal chawal. But which type of pakoras, hold in essence, the traits of your zodiac? Let’s find out.
This star sign is known to be competitive and quick; to want the best of all worlds. There’s no better fit than mixed vegetable pakoras.
Always there to depend on, Taureans have strong personalities that act as boulders for others to lean on. Our choice: anday ka pakora.
Versatile is one of the easiest ways to describe a Gemini- kind and expressive are other commonly associated traits. Bread pakora easily exudes the same warmth as a Gemini.
The compassionate Cancerian provides comfort and protection much like the indispensable aloo ka pakora.
A fiery personality with a lot of flair, there was no second guessing this one: mirchi ka pakora is the perfect fit.
Virgos are gentle and practical- some may say just like a palak ka pakora. No nonsense but with all the style.
As indecisive as Librans are, they are also diplomatic- the people pleasers get to be matched with pyaz ka pakora. Simple, with nothing to complain about.
The brave Scorpio goes down the path less wandered with baingan ka pakora as its suited choice.
Generosity is the name of the game for Sagittarians. They’re friendly and don’t like to skimp on things. A hearty chicken pakora is the best fit.
Ah, the disciplined Capricorn. An independent being who often tends to go their own way. Forget the content of the besan mixture, a Capricorn stands out by changing the method of cooking. He/ she is an ‘air-fried pakora’.
Another original, yet stubborn personality. Tends to be creative and has a fully thriving imagination- what better than a fish ka pakora to suit this star.
Wise and empathetic, and beautifully creative- gobi (cauliflower) ka pakora is our pick. The delicious variation often leaves one surprised at how great it turned out.