Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Aloo Bajji Recipe-Potato (Urulaikizhangu) Bajji Recipe-Easy and Quick Snacks

Bajji is a quick and easy snack which can be prepared in just 15 minutes. It does not need much ingredients. You can prepare bajji with vegetables like brinjal, raw plantain, onion, chilli, baby corn, cauliflower etc. Today we will learn how to prepare bajji with potato following this easy recipe.

Potato bajji-Aloo bajji

How to make Potato Bajji 

Prep time - under 15 mins

Ingredients needed

Potatoes - 2
Besan /Bengal gram flour/ kadalai mavu - 1 cup
Chilli powder - 2 tsp
Salt as needed
Cooking soda/ soda bi carb- 2 pinches
Oil - 1 tsp
Oil for deep frying

Preparation

In a bowl, mix together besan, chilli powder, salt, 1 tsp oil and cooking soda.

Add little water and mix nicely (a little vigorously) with your hands. This is done to get puffy and soft bajjis.

Then add more water and prepare the bajji batter. I added little less than 3/4 cup of water. The bajji batter should neither be thin nor thick, so add water accordingly. Taste the batter and check for salt.

Wash the potatoes well, wipe it dry and slice it thinly. Do not peel the skin.

How to make bajji

Method

Heat oil in a kadai. To check if the oil is hot enough to fry the bajjis, drop a little batter into the oil, if it raises to the surface immediately, then the oil is hot enough to fry the bajjis.

Now reduce the flame to medium, dip a potato slice into the batter in such a way that it is well coated on all the sides with the batter, then drop it gently into the oil. You can fry 3-4 bajjis at a time depending on the quantity of oil used.

Cook both sides until golden brown. Remove from oil and put it in a colander or a paper towel to absorb excess oil.

Serve hot with green chutney or coconut chutney or ketchup.

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You might like my onion bajji and milagai bajji also.

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12 comments:

  1. All time favorite , looks yummy!

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  2. Delicious and crispy looking potato bhaji. excellent preparation.
    Deepa

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  3. Serve me with coconut chutney,i'll have these crispy bajjis anytime.

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  4. Thanks for your email. This will now be prepared along with my lunch. I can't wait for any longer to taste this Bajji. Love this site mam.

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  5. Best test.Thanks
    Instead of Cooking soda/ soda bi carb, one can add pinch of Enos Fruit salt also.

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  6. hello mam:) i keep visiting yor blog.. its just awesome:)
    i prepared bajji but the mixture went watery, it did'nt stick on potato:( so pls post how to prepare mixture..( quatity of water+ gram flour) to be added

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  7. Abinaya -Thank you for liking my blog and recipes.You have added too much water, that is why the mixture went water and did not stick to the potato. Add water little at a time and mix. I have approximately mentioned the quantity of water also in the recipe.

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  8. Yummy.. Gonna try tomo itself

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  9. If mixture is not sticking on to potato make the slices dry first or sprinkle some dry flour on it and then dip it in mixture . It will stick then

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