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 Does Pakora/Bhajiya soak more oil if baking soda was added to it?

Answer Actually the reason for the pakodas or bajjis to soak up more oil, depends on the oil temperature. If the oil is not hot enough or very hot, it makes the food to dunk more oil. Also you should be a... Read More »
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