Tilapia Fish Pakora is one of my favorite snacks. Moreover, tilapia fish also has nutritional value. It takes less time to make and we can make it with few ingredients that are available everywhere in the local market.
Clean, wash, and drain the fish pieces. Cut the fish into the bite size.
In a medium size bowl, add pea flour 2tbsp, rice flour 1tbsp, corn-flour 1/2tbsp, salt 1/2tsp, garam masala powder 1/2tsp, red chilli powder 2tsp, turmeric powder 1/2tsp, a little amount mix herbs, ginger-garlic paste 1tbsp and a little amount fennel flower.
Now add a small amount of water and mix it properly. At first, I won't add much water, because it can be more thinner than perfect. When the mixture will perfect, add all the fish pieces inside the batter or mixture.
In a medium size deep pan, add sufficient cooking oil on a medium-low flame.
Heat oil at approx 400 Fahrenheit. Fry all the fish pieces in batches for golden color and crispy. Remove all fish pieces from oil and put them in a deep steel bowl.
Your fish pakora is ready to serve. Before serving it, sprinkle the chaat masala and chopped coriander leaves on it. Now just enjoy every bite