Jun 2, 2008

Potato Bhajji

This is an altime favorite..I prepared this on a Sunday evening when we were hungry after our morning brunch..We needed something to munch on along with tea..Got this recipe from a cookbook..It was a perfect snack with tea..Here goes the recipe..

                             

Ingredients

Potato - 2 sliced into thin pieces
Rice flour - 1 cup
Besan/gram flour - 1 cup
Chilli powder - 2 teaspoons
Baking soda - 1 teaspoon
Salt to taste
Oil for frying

Directions

Mix the rice flour,besan,chilli powder,salt and baking soda together along with required water to make a thick batter..It should not be too watery.
Heat oil in a heavy-bottomed vessel..Drop a pinch of batter into the oil to test if it is piping hot.
Dip the potato slices in the batter 4 or 5 at a time and fry on both sides till they turn golden brown.Drain in paper towels.
Serve hot with ketchup.
The same batter can be used to make bajjis with any type of vegetables.

                             

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26 comments:

  1. those are lovely bajjis, Divya! Yummy! Thanks for voting for me, dear! I already did the same for you!

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  2. Mouth-watering bhajis, perfect with tea and with my coffee!!!

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  3. I love bajjis they are perfect 4 tea time :) I already did 4 u :)

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  4. potato bajjis looks soooo good...perfect match for tea...

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  6. oh..my I am all drooling here over those bhajjis. A cup of coffee and those bhajjis.yummm it makes a perfect evening.

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  7. wow..those look too good..yummy..

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  8. delicious looking bhajji divya...you look a lot like a friend of mine.

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  9. Delicious bjajis.
    I cam imagine me enjoying it with a hot cup of tea

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  10. It is raining here now and these bhajjis are tempting

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  11. Hi Divya....
    Potato Bhajji looks so good. Turned out so perfect. Best south Indian snacks is bhajji, Potato bhajji is so different. YUM!

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  12. delicious..this is one of my favs..great snack..i also add a hint of asafoetida to the batter..that gives a nice flavor..

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  13. u remembered me eating these lovely bhajjis with masala mix,n lemon juice on the top during my school days..divya.i simply love these bhajjis

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  14. Like Ranji said I too add hing to the batter.Looks soo good Divya

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  15. Bajjis look so tasty! Thanks for sharing so many wonderful recipes!

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  17. Potato bhaji looks delicious, Divya! :)

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  18. yummyyy bajjis divya ,always love them

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  19. Yummy Bhajjis love these with tea!! If it rains & you got a good novel on hand what more.. lifes great :-) More Bajjis please is all i can say :-)

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  20. Bhajji! My daughter loves alu bajji so much!:))

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  21. this is my easiest tea time snack for my hubby.yours look so good.

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  22. you make everything so mouth watering...lovely bhajis

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  23. These look so delicious! so crisp. I am sure they taste delicious. Yum!

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  24. I love bhajjis too ... its an alltime fav with me too with a cup of tea!

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