Jul 10, 2010

# Snacks

CRISPY BAJJIS

This is really very simple,easy to prepare and irresistable snack item.Perfect evening time snack and goes hand in hand with hot coffee/tea.
CRISP BAJJIS
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INGREDIENTS
Left over Idli Batter - 2 cups
Rice flour-5 tbsps
Onions-2 chopped
Green chillies- 2-3 chopped
curry leaves- handful (tear)
coriander-handful (chopped)
Jeera -1 tsp
salt-as required
Oil-for deep frying.
PROCEDURE-
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Combine all the ingredients in a bowl,add very little water if required.Meanwhile heat oil in a kadhai and it should be piping hot.Take small proportions of above prepared mixture and drop them in the oil to form small fritters.Deep fry until golden brown.Remove excess of oil using absorbent paper and then serve.Serve them with tomato sauce or tomato chutney or else with hot cup of coffee.
Note~Instead of idli batter you can use Dosa batter and replace rice flour with 1/2 cup of Maida and the remaining procedure is same.

24 comments:

  1. wow nice recipe. never had this. thanks for sharing

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  2. wow super yummy yummyy.... i tooo made the same thign and have posted long backin my blog..i called is veggie bonda which is an andhra cuisine :)

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  3. Why didn't i had this recipe when i was living in India bhajis look so so good, wish i could grab a few.

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  4. Crispy tasty and simply delicious,

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  5. looks yum !! nice way to use to idli batter..just wondering if dosa batter can be used instead ??

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  6. @ Sonu,yes u can if u have 2 cups of Dosa batter then replace rice flour with 1/2 cup of maida.Rest all as mentioned

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  7. yummy bajjis ,looks so crispy n tempting ...my mom used to prepare this for me ..

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  8. thank u so much dear for ur prompt reply..i have some leftover dosa batter and this gives me a wonderful idea for my tomoro's brunch in this chilled winter..will surely add maida and make..

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  9. Simply superb, i call them as bondas, prefect snacks..

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  10. Wow! Your bhaji's look so good, just feel like making some now.

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  11. crispy bajjis from leftover idli batter,a good idea..

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  12. Rain god has finally listened to our prayers and it rained this morning here.. I would love to enjoy this weather with these delicious Bajjis.. Bookmarking this recipe dear..

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  13. Crisp Bajjis looks really good. Nice to have with cup of tea.

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  14. Hi Chaitra. :) Pretty theme you've got here :) BAjjis are my favorite. Kind of a different onion bajji this is :) Ive to make these :) Bookmarked !!

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  15. Wow! Those bajjis are so appetizing and tempting! I'm gonna eat some!

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  16. Chaitra, what a beautiful presentation and they look really so crispy !!!

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  17. Wowwwwwwwwwwwww the bajjis came out perfect.Nice for rainy evening

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  18. Wow , looks mouthwatering.. would be perfect with coffee .. I make the same in paniyaram pan..will try this soon ..

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  19. bajji using idli batter is new to me. looks very crispy and tempting

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  20. baji luks very crips...Too gud idea using idly flour...will try it.

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  21. thats so delicious one.. nice bajis with idli batter.. looks so good and perfet for tea

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  22. Bhajiya's look gr8! Perfect evening snack!

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  23. Thank you so much for posting this on The Recipe Diary, Chaitra :) One person wrote in saying they tried it and loved it!

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