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Sunday, March 20, 2011

Jalapenos Bajji My 150 th post

This my 150th post. So happy that i reached 150 th post so early. Thanks for the encouragement to my bloggers. Hope i should post much more yummy recipes .




Ingredients:-

Jalapenos - 5
Onion - 1/2 chopped finely
Besan - 1 cup
Rice flour - 1/4 cup
Ajwain - 1 tbsp
Salt to Taste
Chili powder - 1/2 tbsp
Lemon to Taste
Baking powder - 1/2 tbsp
Warm oil - 2 tbsp
Oil for deep fry

Procedure:-

1-First tske a pan add oil for deep fry and heat it.
2-Now Clean the jalapeno and cut at the center to remove the seeds. If u r the spice eater then no need of removing seeds.

3-Then in a bowl mi the besan, salt, baking powder, warm oil, rice flour, ajwain and mix well. Then make a thick paste by adding water very little by little. It should be a thick paste so it can stick well to the jalapeno.

4-Now check weather the oil is hot and slowly dip the jalapeno and fry in the oil until golden color.

5-In a plate add the chopped onions, chili powder , salt, lemon and mix well.
6-Now cut the bajji at the center to stuff the onion masala.


Enjoy this is the rainy evening with a cup of tea. It is really awesome. I love them.

25 comments:

  1. Bajji's looks so tempting and yummy !!!!

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  2. Delish ....such perfect tea time snack ..

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  3. WOW...BAJJI LOOKS AWESOME...VERY DELICIOUS!!

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  4. wow...lovely recipe.....I too was thinking of doing a similar kind of recipe....I'll get some ideas from yours !thanks for sharing dear :-)

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  5. This is new to me... But would have definitely tasted different and tasty...

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  6. u have good presentation skills dear

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  7. Feel like munching some bajjis rite now,truly tempting..

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  8. All your dishes look so interesting. Many of the ingredients I've never heard of, are they from your culture?

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  9. Very innovative to stuff with onion mix after frying.
    VEry tasty.Congrats on your 150th post.

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  10. yummy yum..i love them..congrats on ur 150th post keep blogging..

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  11. Very yummy bajjis and love to have a bite with hot cup of tea.

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  12. Harika, Congrats for your success. Hmmm... yummmy bhajji. Delicious.

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  13. Spicy spicy ..yummy yummy...Love the topping you put on the bajji's:-)

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  14. Congrats on your milestone dear..wish you 1000s- 100000s n many many mare to come!!
    The bhajis look really tempting :)


    US Masala

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  15. Congrats on you 150th post!!! And what a way to celebrate....Jalapeno Bhajjis!! I am transmitted to a rainy evening.....sipping a hot cuppa on the balcony and munching to glory!!

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  16. Congrats on reaching a big milestone!
    mirchi bajji look tempting
    Perfect for this weather!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  17. Very nice dish..I love bhajjis,but never tried jalapeno before.First time here.but will be back for sure

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  18. Congrats dear for making this far...Sure, bajji's are my favs..And so is ur jala bajji..

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  19. Yummy!! Brings back memories...there used to be this guy at corner of our street back home in Bangalore who used to make this. I remember him using his bare hands to scoop the bhajis from the hot oil.
    Love your blog!!

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  20. bajji noruruthunnayi..pics are drooling me ..

    http://womensera2008.blogspot.com/2011/03/event-announcement-c-for-colourful.html

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