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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

BAJJI


INGREDIENTS:

Potatoes - 2
Besan flour - 1 cup
Rice flour - 1 cup
Hing - 1/4 tsp.
Chilli powder - 1 tsp.
Salt - as per taste
Oil - for deep frying


METHOD:

Slice potatoes. Ensure medium thickness of the slices. It should neither be too thick nor too thin.

Mix all other ingredients, add some water and make a batter out of it. Again, the batter should not be too watery or too thick.

Heat oil, dip in the potato slices and deep fry till golden brown and crisp. Serve hot with any chutney of your choice.

NOTE: Raw bananas, brinjal, chayote, onion, and simla mirch can be used instead of potatoes.

36 comments :

  1. Yum..looks just perfect...pass it here pls

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  2. wow, i like the disk shape. it has come out so well. Basically bajji is my fav. I love to have with coconut chutney.

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  3. Potato bajji yenakku romba pidikum.. I generally dont eat bajjis. But potato bajji is a perfect exception :)

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  4. Great! Not fair to tempt me so much! Never knew we can make bajji with chayote!

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  5. Looks very crispy,and nice snack anytime...

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  6. bajji is very tempting, love it with coconut chutney. made it a very long back

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  7. Crisp bajjis!!!And I love that chutney in the bowl next to it.

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  8. Havent prepared these beauties since a long...yumm!

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  9. I never tried bajji.. Good to c a bajji with chayote :)

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  10. woo i make this rarely on sundays...i add grated garlic in batter though v are garlic lovers..u have clicked snaps very nicely..

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  11. Wow! Yummy and my favorite snack! Looks perfect.

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  12. Just like my mom makes, so crisp and tasty. Good post.

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  13. Bhajji looks very tempting and crisp. Second click is too good

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  14. Would love to have some with tea, looks yummo Shanthi..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  15. All time fav sanck..looks so inviting.

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  16. To get fluffy bajjis whisk the batter with a whisk.The bajjis would look as in the picture and may be better.Try it out and see the result

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  17. This is seriously a yummy food. Perfect for an evening snack with a cup of hot tea. I love it at any time.
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  18. Shanthi, those are some perfect looking bajjis, you are tempting me now. I may make it in a day or 2 :)

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  19. Enna maami..chennai pona udane bajji, payasam ellam..enna vishesham? Bajji supera irukka - andha full plate enakku venum with all that chutney!

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  20. These look crispy and delicious.

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  21. Love this bhajiya very fluffy...we make very crispy, soon I'll post it the recipe...love it with tea and sometimes chutney..

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  22. looks yum yum...we add soda bi carb too..but without tht also this is looking perfect...will avoid next time for sure..thnx for sharing

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  23. Aww m going weak on my knees...shld not say dis but my a fan of fried stuff..love crispy bhajis.
    They look too good....

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  24. Nice snack for a perfect rainy day.

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  25. the bajji's seem so fluffy & tasty too.Loved your space - variety of dishes.
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  26. Nice bajji,...I will skip dinner, if someone present this delicate tiffin:),

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  27. Baji with chayote is interesting .. and accept Malar comment.

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  28. Bhajji looks very much appetizing with those and perfect for the tea time !!!

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  29. Hi shanti...the bajjis look so colorful and evenly coated..n who doesnt want to ahve bajjis...:P will be over in a sec ..

    and thanks for dropping i ur comment...U have got a very good space in here...:)

    http://cookingwithdipika.blogspot.com/

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  30. love tha bajjis and the chutney next to it.

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  31. awesome recipe! Tastes delicious.

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