Banana Pepper Fritters / Chilly Bajji

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Ingredients:

Banana Peppers / Chilly used for fritters / Bajjji Milagai - 6
Gram flour – 2 Cups
Rice flour – 1 Cup
Red chilli powder – 1tsp or as you like
Asafoetida – a pinch
Orange Color – 2 pinches
Salt – to taste
Cooking Oil

Cooking Instructions:

You can see the image of Banana Pepper below



Mix gram flour, rice flour, salt, red chilli powder, asafoetida, and orange color with enough amount of water. The batter should be in the in the dosa batter consistency. If the batter becomes too watery, the batter won’t sick in the onion, instead it absorbs more oil while cooking. Dip the banana peppers in the batter. The batter should be well coated on all the sides of banana pepper.



Heat oil in a pan and slip the dipped chilly piece in the oil and let it to deep fry. When one side is cooked well, turn it to the other side and let it to cook well. Once it is cooked, remove it from oil and drain the excess oil in a tissue paper.


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32 comments:

Sanghi said...

Mmm., My favourite one.! Nice clicks tooo dear..!:)

DEESHA said...

tht looks spicy & delicious

Madhumathi said...

Love Chilly bajji so much..Its very tempting..

Chitra said...

Pass it here,iam drooling:)tastes heaven with coffee/tea:)

Ann said...

The bajji looks delightful sri..

Varunavi said...

Nice bajji,its been long i ate something like this.Looks delicious

Varunavi said...

Nice bajji,its been long i ate something like this.Looks delicious

Asha said...

Those Banana peppers are kickers, aren't they? Bajji looks great, I made it once with those peppers, SO HOT!!:D

I have a cookie for your event, will post next week.

SriLekha said...

i thank u all personally for your sweet comments!

5 Star Foodie said...

These looks excellent - love the fried and spicy!

Happy cook said...

Wish i could grab all three from the plate, just the thought of eating them makes me drool.

Priya Sriram said...

Looks so yummy! Nice recipe.. I can smell the bhajjis from here! :)

Lavanya said...

looks awesome..nice clicks sri!!

Sara said...

Those peppers sure look good! Fried food is always so delicious.

Superchef said...

i soo love this spicy bhajji!1 wonder where i can get these chillies here!

Khaugiri said...

zzzzzzz!!!! lovely bhajis Sri....

Poornima Nair said...

Wow...that looks so crispy and yumm...its my hubbys fav bajji.

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

bajji looks crisp and mouthwatering sri.. perfect.

Valarmathi said...

Looks yummy. Perfect with hot tea.

Priti said...

Wow.....it's so tempting...perfect colour

Ramya Bala said...

wow..delicious..ithu thaan namma ooru bhajji..so tempting ma....

Pooja said...

my favorite..i stuff some onions and lemon juice in to it..Nice one srilekha..

Kumudha said...

looks delicious!

Thanks for sharing so many recipes!

Chandani said...

yumm!!! especially in this rainy weather over here....
btw, award waiting for you on my blog :)

SabreeNaz said...

This so called Malaga Bajji... yummyyyyyyy.. reminds me of the beach in chennai where we get almost all varieties of bajji's.... nostalgic indeed....

Madhavi said...

WOW this bajji looks awesome, mouth-drooling!!!

Sia said...

slurrp!!! i love this spicy chilli bajji with nice and strong filter coffee :)
wishing u and ur loved ones a very happy ugadi:)

Prathibha said...

Love bajji anytime....:)

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Bhaji looks yum,one of my favourite snacks with a cup of tea:).

Cynthia said...

I want a snack right now and these would be perfect.

EC said...

Spicy bajjis..perfect for a rainy day

Vani said...

the fritters look crisp and yum, Sri! Happy Yugadi to you!