Jun 30, 2008


Bajji is my all time favorite tiffin item. This is basically an appetizer. But I usually make Bajji along with Sojji (!) - Kesari for evening tiffin. Here is the recipe for Bajji.

  1. Rice flour - 1 1/2 cup
  2. Besan flour (Gram flour) - 1 cup
  3. Baking soda - a pinch
  4. Salt to taste
  5. Kesari color - a pinch
  6. Chillie powder - 1 tsp (or acc to taste)
  7. Asafoetida powder - a pinch
  8. Oil - to fry
  9. Vegetables - potato 1, Brinjal 1, cucumber- few slices, Onion - 1, Pepper - 1
First mix all the dry ingredients ( flour, salt, chillie powder, asafoetida powder, kesari color, baking soda)in a bowl, add water and prepare the bajji batter. The consistency should not be watery. Mix it with a whisk. Mix it nicely until there are no lumps in the batter. Now slice the vegetables and dip it in the batter. Fry it till golden brown in oil and serve it hot with some chutney.


Illatharasi said...

Enakkum romba pudikkum..... How are the exam preparations?

Vidhya said...

This is basically my citizenship interview and I have to study American History and civics. Just going on

Trupti said...

you have a nice blog here. I also love Bajji

Vidhya said...

Thanks trupti, I visited ur too. u too have a wonderful blog

Indian Khana said...

Hi Vidhya, visting your blog first timm and I must say its looks wonderful...Bajji is all time favorite ..but when we say bajji ..always banana bajji comes in mind :-)

ST said...

Hi vidhya,
U have nice and lovely blog.I also love bajji very much.Thanks for visiting my blog.

Usha said...

Hi Vidhya,
This is my first visit to your blog,you have a nice one,Bajji is one of my favorites !

Vidhya said...

Thanks Sireesha, I visited yours too. You really have a wonderful blog too.

Vidhya said...

Thanks Priti for visiting & 4 the comment

Vidhya said...

Thanks Usha, for the visit and for the comment.

Illatharasi said...

hmmm.... American history.... gud... that we are learning other country's history