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Mirchi Bajji / Bhajia / Molaga Bajji (Stuffed)

Mirchi Bajji is a great dish to be had during a rainy cold day. The first thing my hubby said when he entered the kitchen while I was making this is... "It reminds me of the aroma in exhibitions / fairs" in India. And for me after years I could get the road side bajji shops taste in the tasty Stuffed Mirchi Bajji I made at home.

Ingredients : 
  • Long Capsicum / Round Capsicum : 4 to 5 Nos. 
  • Gram Flour - 1 cup 
  • Baking Soda : 1 pinch 
  • Red Chilli powder : half table spoon
  • Salt : to taste
  • Ajwain : qtr spon (optional) 
  • Oil : for frying 
  • Stuffing : Onions finely chopped, salt, red chilli powder, jeera powder, amchur (dry mango) powder, finely chopped coriander leaves, 1 lime

  • Method of preparation :

    • Mix Gram flour with little water and stir it well and ensure that you remove all the lumps add a little more water, chillipowder, salt, soda, ajwain and mix well such that the batter is thick enough for a dip(not too watery). 
    • Slit the capsium on one side (remove seeds if you dont prefer). 
    • Heat Oil in a pan, dip the capsicum in the batter and drop it in oil and fry it well, remove and put it on kitchen tissue. 
    • Slit the capsicum on one side, stuff it with Onions, sprinkle some chilli powder, jeera powder, amchur powder and salt. Put some coriander leaves atlast and sqeeze in some lime juice. Lime juice at last gives a great taste. There you go... its ready :

Final product : I have not used coriander leaves as it was out of stock at home


Capsicum that I used. You can use the small round red / green / orange capsicum


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2 comments:

shanthi said... January 18, 2010 at 3:35 AM  

Sssss...... Nice and hot bajji

Ramya Vijaykumar said... January 22, 2010 at 12:16 PM  

Bhajji looks nice golden and crispy should taste great!!! a great tea time snack!!!

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