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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Bread Bajji

When U have no Bajji vegetables at home and unexpected guests r coming in mins,What will u do?- try this
Bajji for instance.U can try Bajji with Capsicum, Onion,Potato,Ladies inger,Tomato,Cauliflower,Cabbage,
Lettuce,Bajji Greenchilli,Mushroom,Raw Banana, etc.. .then with Chicken pieces, Fish, Prawns, Paneer,
sausages, Left-over Idli,Chapathi,Parota etc...with fruits,Firm ripe Banana,Apple,Firm Mango slices etc. for variations.This will turn out to be an easy evening snack for all. Reposted for the Breakfast Bread Event given below.

Bread Bajji - Bajji done with Bread slices

Ingredients

10 bread slices-cut into 2 or 3 after removing edges
100gm besan flour(Kadalai Mavu)
1 tsp chilli powder
1/4 tsp ajwain-powdered
1/4 tsp cooking soda
2 tbsp rice flour
1/4 tsp cumin seeds (Jeera)-coarsely powdered
1/4 tsp asafoetida (hing)
1 tsp chopped curry and coriander leaves
1 tsp salt - to taste
200 ml refined Oil for frying
needed water


Directions

1.Make a coarse powder of ajwain and cumin seeds.
2.Make a semi-thick batter of Besan and rice flour with needed water.Add chilli powder,cooking soda, asafoetida powder and Salt to it. Mix well.
3,Add the ajwain and cumin seeds mix to this and mix well.
4.Add the curry and coriander leaves paste and mix well.
5.Heat oil in a kadai.Dip the bread slices completely in the batter and immediately(shd not get too wet) deep fry this till crispy & golden brown.
6.Serve hot this Bread Bajji with coconut chutney or tomato sauce at tea-time.

Tips:
U can buy Aachi Bajji-Bonda Mix and try this bajji - an easy option.


Submitting this post to Breakfast Club Event hosted by Krithi's Kitchen and  Helen's Fuss Free Flavors

4 comments:

ஸாதிகா said...

wow. this is my fav. of all the pajji. I can finish off that plate in a jiffy.

Hamaree Rasoi said...

So crispy and yummy looking bread baji. Wonderfully prepared dear.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Saru Singhal said...

Great recipe, now no more panic with a tasty dish to serve...

divya said...

Wow.. that looks delicious.!!