Tuesday, October 19, 2010

MULAKU / MIRCHI / SWEET CHILLY BHAJJI





INGREDIENTS:


Sweet green chilly/ bhajji mulaku------  5
Besan/ gram flour--------------------------  2 cups
Rice flour ------------------------------------  2 tbsp
Baking soda---------------------------------  1/4 tsp
Asafoetida powder------------------------   a pinch
Red chilly powder-------------------------   1/2 tsp or to taste
Salt--------------------------------------------- as needed
Oil---------------------------------------------- for frying
Tamarind------------------------------------   a small piece, soak in warm water for few minutes and make a thick paste




METHOD:

  1. Cut sweet green chilly/ bhajji mulaku length wise,preferably through the stalk and remove the seeds .
  2. Apply tamarind water / paste inside the slit of chilly.
  3. Now prepare the batter. For this, mix besan, rice flour , baking soda, red chilly powder, asafoetida powder and needed salt. Then , pour required water and make a thick consistent batter without lumps.
  4. Dip the chilly in the batter and deep fry in medium heat oil.
  5. Once , the bhajji is golden brown in color transfer it a plate.
  6. Serve hot with mulaku chammanthy/ chilly chutney as dip.
step 1
cut lengthwise and remove seeds


Soak tamarind in warm water 


step 2
Apply tamarind paste 



step 3
Prepare batter



step 4
Dip chilly in batter and deep fry in medium heat oil







14 comments:

  1. a very appetizing snack.....the addition of tamarind is a new idea...

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  2. The bajji procedure is new to me...really tempting to try the bhajji from ur plates...

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  3. Wow first time I'm seeing addition of tamarind in mirchi bajhi. Can't wait to try it...

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  4. Lovely. Sweet and Spice - two flavours have taken tango in my mouth.

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  5. Awesome mirchi bhaji..my favorite..they look very very tempting..nice addition of tamarind..must have tasted even better!

    US Masala

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  6. Adding tamarind in mulaku is new to me. Bhaji looks super.

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  7. i love molaga bhajji. esp for this climate.. woowww.. drooling here

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  8. hy dear..love to have those with hot masala chai..
    Hy dear,

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  10. Wow!! My all time fav..seeing ur pic..i got tempted..perfect with hot tea!

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  11. First time here...lovely space!! mirchi sweet chilli bajji is new to me!!

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