Monday, 30 September 2019


Spruce up your Monsoon with plain Mirchi fritters/Bajjis!

Chillies have a specific flavour and heavy spiciness. But there are special chillies have very less spiciness along with the same flavour in the market. They are used to make milakai bajjis with chilly powder. They are long and pale green.

Using the special bajji chillies, we can make tasty bajjis by adding some balanced spices in a few minutes.

How to make?

Ingredients we need:

Bajji chillies 8 pcs
Besan flour 200 gms
Raw rice flour 50 gms
Cooking soda 1/4 tsp
Rock Salt 3/4 tsp
Chilly powder 1/2 tsp
Asafoetida one pinch
Water as needed to make idli batter consistency
Groundnut oil to deep fry 400 ml


In a mixing bowl, take besan flour or gram flour, Raw rice flour, Rock salt, Asafoetida, Chilly powder, cooking soda in above-mentioned quantities. 
Add water little by little and mix well until idli batter or thick consistency.
Set aside.
Wash the chillies and wipe them dry.
Heat the oil to a depp fry temperature on medium heat.
Dip the chillies one by one in the batter and drop it carefully one by one.
3  or 4 per batch.
Deep fry until golden brown and oil bubbles subside.

Your flavour-bursting Mirchi bajjis are ready to enjoy with hot tea.

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