Tuesday, November 11, 2008

MIXED VEGETABLE BHAJJIA

RM 2# Day 11
Ingredients:

Gram flour - 3 cups

Rice flour - 1 cup

salt - 2 tsp

Garlic flavoured water - 1 cup

Baking soda - 1 tsp

Green plantain (vazakhai) - 1 ea (sliced thinly in a mandolin)

Potato - 2 ea (sliced thinly in a mandolin)

Onions - 2 ea(sliced thinly in a mandolin)

Special chillies - 2 ea (Split into two)

Oil - 700 ml (to deep fry)

Red chilli powder- 1 tsp(Acc to taste)

Method:

Make a thick batter using gram flour, rice flour, salt ,chilli powder & garlic flavoured water.
To make the water crush some peeled garlic & mix it with some warm water & allow it to infuse.
Strain the garlic after sometime & use the water.

Slice the vegetables & keep it separate.

Heat enough oil in a pan to deep fry & wait till it reaches temperature.

Dip the vegetables in the batter & deep fry until crisp & golden brown & serve hot with chutneys.

Green plantain is very famous in south india & is a fast moving evening snack.rest all we can make it the way we wanted by adding the vegetables chopped or diced & that is called 'Kadamba Bhajji'. more to say i havent put chillies & green plantain in my picture due to unavailability.


23 comments:

  1. i feel like piking one of those and munching on along with tea!

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  2. That looks yummy..want to have those with ketchup..

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  3. You know we were feeling so hungry so just went on with routine aloo bajji else would have tried this one....just matter of few hours

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  4. yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmy, with tea wud be wonderful :).

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  5. only thing you need with these is a cup of tea. they look crisp and nice

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  6. mmmm looking yummy priya what is thar garlic water nice colour

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  7. Lovely n crispy bhajjis, garlic water is quite new for me...sema cuteaa iruku Sri..pasikuthu pa..

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  8. Ooh they look good! Can I ask what are 'Special' chillies?

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  9. Wow perfect for the weather here. For me bhajjis are betterhalf of evening tea or coffee. Mixed vegetable is nice idea.

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  10. Wanted to eat right now from the plate.....Looks very very delicious..

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  11. Garlic flavoured water is a nice touch.. how do you make that?

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  12. That looks perfect.. Nice snack for a snowy afternoon. I have something for u in my blog..

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  13. With chilling weather and rains to make it more worse, these bhajjias have come at the right time, they look crispy and lip smacking

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  14. Plantain bhajjis, its been years since i made those, tempting.

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  15. Nice and Crisp,Please pass it over,its going to be tea time soon.

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  16. I want that bhajia..............looks tasty

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  17. Dear jan
    thankx for the comment. well special chillies are long light green in colour & especially for this dish only. it is not spicy as the name mentions but uc an get it in indian markets in east ham, east london.

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