Saturday, May 21, 2011

Mirchi bajji

Mirchi bajji is again a fav snack of mine....My hubby is not a person who likes hot food....so he is kind of away from these stuffs...Its after my long effort that he started to eat it to give company to me...and that too the outer covering...Now he is fine with it...so I make it reducing the hotness according to his taste...Here is the recipe for it.



Green Pepper-5 no(I guess it is banana pepper)
Oil to fry

For Stuffing:
Potato-2 no(boiled and mashed)
Onion-1 no(small)
Ginger-1 tsp(grated)
Garam Masala-1/4 tsp
Chaat masala-2 tsp
Salt little.

For Coating:
Gram Flour-1 cup
Rice powder-1/4 cup
Water-1 cup
Salt to taste

Method Of Preparation:
1. wash the pepper,slit it on one side,remove the vein and seeds,keep it in salt water for 10 mins.Pat dry and keep aside.
2. Mix the ingredients for stuffing in a bowl.keep aside.
3. Mix the coating ingredients to form a medium thick batter,a little bit thick than dosa batter and keep for 10 min.

4. Mean while stuff the peppers with the stuffing mixture and keep on a plate.
5. Heat sufficient oil in a wok and when hot,take a stuffed pepper ,dip in the flour mixture,coat it completely and deep fry till golden.
6. Serve warm with chutney.

Tips:
1. If you can resist heat no need of soaking in salt water.
2. Any kind of pepper can be used for this.

43 comments:

  1. Picture of this mirchi bajji makes e to grab....i do this often..yours looks yum yum..

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  2. Mirchi bhajji is my favorite evening snacks.. thanks for sharing the recipe..

    Sunanda's Kitchen

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  3. thanks for sharing the recipe dear, planning to do thus tomorrow for lunch :)

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  4. hey dear...i too love bhaji...i stuff with paneer and potatoes..nice recipe

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  5. Fabulous and perfect snack for the evenings.

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  6. perfect for the season....would indulging init watching a movie!

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  7. would love to have it on the beachside! :P

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  8. Wow mouthwatering bajjis,soo tempting..

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  9. Spicy and delicious snack ..love it.

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  10. Mirchi bajji adipoli. Nice tea time snack.

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  11. this is the total tempting one can never say to no to this! they look yumm!

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  12. delicious savouries of tea time looks wonderful

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  13. I would that plate. My favorite tea time delight.

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  14. Totally yumm.....i love mirchi bhajji with a cup of steaming tea!!!

    Pictures are lovely!!

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  15. Tasty mirch bhajjis. Your clicks made me crave for some now.

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  16. Hey thats my fav too.... U could have send some here too,,, I wudnt have said no ;-D

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  17. I love this snack! Yummy with mint chutney!

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  18. These look delicious. My husband, too, shys away from really spicy hot food. We do what we can :-). I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  19. can dig into the bhajjis any time :P - your recipe and pics are making my stomach growl with hunger-

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  20. Would love to have some with tea .

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  21. Lovely Bajjis they are.. Nice tip to reduce the hotness :-)

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  22. I've a bunch of awards waiting for in my blog. Pls accept them.
    Show and Tell

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  23. Love love love these ~ pass me that whole platter dear :))
    US Masala

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  24. Pass the plate please .. all time favorite :)

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  25. Now who does not love these extremely tempting, hot & spicy mirchi bhajias??!!! I wana grab that plate!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  26. Looks crispy and yum...my fav bhajji!

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  27. Feel like tasting it now... Visiting ur blog for the first time and I love it very much.. Following u...

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  28. never say no to this spicy tea time snack...yours look so yummy n perfect...wan to grab them ...
    thanx for stopping by my space :) do visit again...

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  29. Hmm hot hot bajji...so tempting to taste one for this perfect weather..

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  30. very interesting idea of stuffing potato inside mirchi and making bajji with that. perfect snack

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  31. My fav... i can eat any time with tea:)

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  32. Looks absolutely fantastic and I know they taste the same! Thanks for the tip of soaking in salt water ... will try it :)

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  33. Enikku vayya...kandittu vaayil kappal oodunnu. That's my comfort food!!

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  34. wow...I love bajji...and you made it so perfectly and I am drooling over here....yum yum

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  35. Yumm,not fair to tempt me like this! Mouthwatering now!

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  36. that looks yumm!!! perfect for the evening Tea!

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  37. Yumm mirchi bhajji. I have had them from snacks shops, but I guess they were not stuffed. I love the idea of stuffing them. lovely recipe.

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  38. Collect ur award from my blog dear!

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  39. This is too good.. I was initially not a huge fan of this too.. but i just love them now.. urs look just drooling :)

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