BM #70 Week 3 Day 2 -
We had these bajjis at a friend's place as part of an impromptu tea party and so the hostess whipped up these bread bhajjis in a flash. The kids were so happy to munch on these just as we adults loved the simplicity of these. Since then I have been itching to make these bajjis and found an occasion to make for my little one.
I have made Bread Pakoda before but this is way different in taste and much simpler to make. I found that it is more appealing to my little one as the flavors are simple and non-spicy.
Recipe Source Pooja
Bread slices, 2
Besan / Chickpea Flour 1/2 cup
Salt, Red Chilli Powder and Ajwain as needed
Ginger Garlic Paste 1/2 tsp
Kasoori Methi 1/2 tspWater for the batter
Oil for Deep frying
Method Of Preparation -
Mix the batter with besan, salt, ginger-garlic paste, kasoori methi, red chilli powder (I didn't add for my little one), ajwain and water.
Make 4 triangle pieces out of each bread slice and set aside.
Heat oil in a wok/kadai. After the oil is hot enough, dip each of the bread triangles in the besan batter, making sure that the batter is evenly coated all over and gently slide in the hot oil.
Make sure that the oil is not over crowded with the bread slices. Fry them in batches until they are golden brown.
Drain them onto the kitchen paper towels. Serve them hot/warm with a chutney of your choice.
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Sending these to Srivalli's "Kid's Delight - Birthday Party Snacks"
Preparation Time 30 minutes
Makes 8 Bajjis