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Sunday, October 28, 2012

Aloo Bajji Recipe - Potato Bajji - Urulaikizhangu Bajji Recipe

Aloo Bajji Recipe
Hot Bajji - Who can say no to it? either its vazhakai or urulaikilangu bajji - I just cant stop with one. When it was raining cats & dogs last week hubby suggested to make aloo bajji with a add on saying that you can make a post too...yeah he knows me well :)
Aloo Bajji Recipe
I jumped out of the bed, whipped up the batter and made these bajjis and hubby was happy eating the hot bajjis with his favourite coconut chutney. But I had to stop my temptation till I clicked the pics then happily started munching them :)
Aloo Bajji Recipe

Aloo Bajji Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 10 mins | Cooking Time : 15 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Snack | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian

Besan flour - 3/4 cup
Rice flour - 1/4 cup
Potato -2 medium sized
Ginger garlic paste - 1/2 tsp
Fennel seeds powdered - 1/4 tsp (optional)
Red chilli powder - 1 tsp
Baking soda - 1/4 tsp
Orange food color - a pinch(optional)
Oil - to deep fry
Salt - to taste

Method:

  1. Rinse and wash potatoes, pat them dry. Peel off the skin, then slice them using a slicer - Dont make the slices very thick else it will not get cooked inside - Set aside. In a mixing bowl add all the ingredients except potato and oil.
    How to make aloo bajji - Step1
  2. Add water and make it to thick paste first without any lumps. Then add water little by little to form a thick batter(like the dosa batter but not too runny). Heat oil - Dip each potato slice in the batter, turn to coat well on both the sides.
    How to make aloo bajji - Step2
  3. Carefully transfer it to the preheated oil. Turn over to cook well on both sides till golden brown. Drain in tissue paper.
    How to make aloo bajji - Step3
Serve the bajjis hot with coconut chutney - yum combo!
Urulaikizhangu Bajji Recipe

My Notes:

  • Make sure the batter is not too runny else the batter will not coat well on the veggie.
  • Adding baking soda gives fluffiness and soft texture to the bajjis but you can very well skip it too.
Urulaikizhangu Bajji Recipe


Written by: SHARMILEE J

29 comments:

  1. No one can say NO!!! These look so hot & mighty tempting!!! Pass me a plate!!!
    Prathima Rao
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  2. It is the tea time and seeing a bajji post now is not apt 4 me..looks delicious n love it 2 d core

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  3. these look so delicious and love the batter ingredients :) and your clicks make it looks so original

    Priya
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  4. Perfect Bajjis with tea n chutney!!!The 3rd picture really tempting me :)
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  5. prefect Bajjis..
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  6. Totally tempting bajjis. Addition of GG paste is new to me. Loved all ur clicks tempting me to grab one right now

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  7. yummy and perfect. when i saw the pic on fb, i had to check the post... wow :-)

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  8. Makes me hungry,highly irresistible.

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  9. Lovely pics. Though I'm not a big fan, My Hubby loves it. Nicely done !!

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  10. they have come out so lovely, perfect want some with my tea :)

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  11. I can virtually taste these gorgeous bajjis dear! OWH MY!!! Am salivating here :)

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  12. Just want some now, don't want to make them, just serve me )

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  13. Perfect puffed up, fresh bajjis. Looks way too tempting!

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  14. Perfect Bajjis with tea n chutney!!

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  15. looks so tempting...perfectly made.happy to follow you :)


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  16. These bajjis are so perfect and out of the world!!!
    Sowmya
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  17. Hi - I have a question about besan flour. Do you have to keep it in the fridge or will it keep at room temperature? I'm American so I don't know about besan, but I bought a bag of it at the Indian store.

    Thanks!
    Laurel

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  18. Yummy and so colourful...Like the pics...Keep rocking

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  19. @Pythonesk99 : If you want to store it for long then refrigerate no need to freeze it...

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  20. Rendu yeduthukalama, my all time fav.

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  21. Love this...perfect with tea or coffee!!!

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  22. i am from coimbatore. but now i am in australia on holidays in my daughters house. today i tried your baji receipe by myself.
    very easy to cook and yummy..thanks for your nice recipe
    s.ayyammal

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  23. can we make it without rice flour...or can i add maida as a substitute for rice flour.....

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    1. I am not really sure of substitutes for rice flour.......

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