Wow! we will say a big “O” to bajji always. Summer or winter its an all time snacks for our home and for everyone I trust.. Isn’t dears.
Particularly my hubby loves chilli bajji very much. And my amma is great lover of milaga bajji.
If she doesn’t have bajji mlilagai (hope u all understand the word bajji milagai the light greened long chilli especially for making bajjies.) she ll make bajji with our ordinary green chilli.. she loves the spiciness in that.
I made this especially for my dear amma and for my hubby darling. Rest of the bread, onion, potato bajji for us. (I too love chilli bajji that is different). We won’t stop with one variety of bajji. We make minimum 3 to 4 varieties at a time having one or two in each variety.. so I used to make once in a while since its deep fried and consuming quantity also more.)
Rice flour ½ cup Gram flour 1 cup Red chilli powder 6 tsp Salt to taste Idli/Dosa batter 3 tsp (optional) Oil to fry Vegetables as per your taste and choice Onion, brinjal, raw banana, potato, chow chow, bread, green chilli/bajji chilli, cauliflower etc.
Here I displayed potato, onion, chilli, raw banana and bread bajjies as a treat for you.
Combine both flour,salt, chilly powder well and then add the Idli/Dosa batter. Make a thick batter by adding water.
Why I used dosa batter here is bajji will come fluffy and crispy. Instead of using baking soda this will be good.
Cut all the vegetables in to thin slices. (shape doesn’t matter as per yr wish and taste u can cut it.)
Take a frying pan and pour cooking oil, heat the oil. Once the oil get heated, turn the stove to medium flame.
Dip each slice of veggies in to the bajji batter and deep fry them in the cooking oil.
Fry both sides until it turns to golden brown color and crispy.