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Monday, 26 September 2011

Mysoore bajji

Monday, 26 September 2011

Ingredients:

Maida - 1 cup
Besan/Rice Flour - 3 tablespoons
Curd - - 1 - 2 cups
Green chillies - 2 finely chopped
Fresh Coconut - 2 tablesppons(cut into small cubes)(Optional)
Ginger - 2 tablespoons(Finely Chopped)
Salt - According to taste

Method:
  • Take a wide opened bowl, add maida, besan, salt, green chillies, ginger and curd, mix well to avoid lumps and consistancy should be like normal fritters.  Keep it a side for 3 -6 hours for fermentation.(Can also use this batter instantly, fermentation is for better taste).
  • Heat oil, in a deep frying pan untill it's piping hot, reduce the flame to mediumand use your fingers to drop the batter into the oil so as to form small fritters.
  • Deep fry till golden brown use the laddle to turn the fritters, so that all sides cook evenly.
  • Serve this crispy cum soft mouthwatering snack with chutney or ketcup.

21 comments:

Sobha Shyam said...

wonderful snack, looks very tempting..

soujanya said...

love this snack any time....
looks perfect!!!

Chitra said...

looks very crispy and soft...

Priti said...

Looks very soft n delicious

Vardhini said...

Perfect tea time snack .. yum.

Vardhini
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Priya said...

Crispy bajjis looks soo tempting..

Chandrani said...

Lovely crunchy perfect tea time snacks.

Babli said...

Yummy, tasty and tempting snack.

Ramya said...

I love this mysoor bajji..wud love to hav it with tea:-)

divya said...

looks so tempting!!

ChitraKrishna said...

OMG! i was badly searching for this recipe. Thanks prathima...

Now Serving said...

really yummy recipe and the bajjis look mouth watering :)

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Ushnish Ghosh said...

Dear Prathima
How are you? Because of the stupid face book, I have been away from Blog. I like this recipe and very new for me. Will give a try. Shall I use besan or rice flour or both?
I feel good that you liked the Kashmir post. Just sit down with your hubby and plan a trip for next season , Mid May to August...will post more photos
Have a nice week

Nandini said...

Very delicious bajjis! They look so yummy!

Jay said...

Am in search of this recipe..now my search ends..thanks for the perfect version..:)
Tasty Appetite

Suja said...

Perfect tea time snack,crispy and yummy

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Hi Prathu - U have a fabulous site of fantastic recipes.So far tasted Mysore Bonda,this bajji is new to me,Hope to learn Kannadiga food items from U.Thanks for sharing this recipe and dropping in at my space.Following U.

aipi said...

crispy, yummy n addictive they look!
USMasala

Raji said...

This is a lovely recipe...will be trying this bajji soon.

maha said...

looks really yumm.n nice tempting colour......Thanx 4 this recipe..
Maha

Suresh Urs said...

The mysore bajji is nice and when i recently visited mysore in some of the restaurant i ate one bhajji with some sweet flavor. Nice and fantastic post. Clickrecipe

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