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Chilli bajji | Mirch Pakoda | Menasinakai Bajji

Love Besan, and Love green chillies.
Then try this delicacy

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The Chilli Bajji is a famous Indian evening snack, the spicy combination gets along with a cup of chai or coffee. This is our take on the famous local chilli bajji’s that are available everywhere in the city of Bengaluru.

Ingredients

Ingredients

  1. Besan (Gram Flour)
  2. Long Green chilies
  3. Ajwain (Carom Seeds)
  4. Salt
  5. Oil
  6. Water

Steps to follow:

  • Take long green chillis and slit at the center to get two halves. You can remove the seeds to reduce the spicy aspect but it’s much better with the seeds.
  • Now prepare the bajji batter by taking 2 cups of besan, 1 TBSP of carom seeds, and salt (as per taste) in a mixing bowl. Mix all these ingredients making sure everything is combined well.

  • Now add water as required slowly, and prepare a lump free thick batter.
  • Pour 2 TBSP of hot oil over the batter and mix well for a smooth and…

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