Monsoon is here, the most romantic season, which brings that constant downpour, the unexpected holidays, the beautiful weather… however, the aftermath isn’t half as beautiful- the puddles, the potholes and most importantly, the infinite kind and number of insects that it brings along. Having to maintain my own room, if not a house, I know the struggle. These uninvited guests emerge out of nowhere and they come bearing a flag, we’re here to stay. As shameful as it is to admit it for me as a big human, I am petrified of little insects. I scream when I see cockroaches. Thankfully, my mother has a reliable solution for these little monsters, LAL HIT. Not only does it keep the roaches out of my room, it keeps the kitchen free from these crawly things, especially during the monsoon when they attack in full force. We use it regularly in our monthly cleaning, and why? Because it helps eliminate the cockroaches that hide in hard to reach corners like under the cylinder, sink, cracks and crevices. They carry germs and bacteria, come behind the back, crawl on food and utensils, contaminate food and spread Food Poisoning. LAL HIT is the only solution that can eliminate the hidden cockroaches. It comes with a Deep Reach Nozzle that can get inside deep corners, cracks and crevices. A simple habit can avoid food poisoning at home. LAL HIT now comes with a fresh fragrance. But, before the aftermath comes a phase that magnifies the fun monsoon brings. The food!! Samosas, Mirchibadas, Kachoris and different kinds of Pakoras, there’s a huge number of snacks that cater to the Indian taste buds during monsoon. Therefore, today, I present before you, one such insanely popular snack, Bread Pakora. Without much ado, let’s get on with the Bread Pakora recipe.