Thursday, February 2, 2012

Mangalore Bajji

I have no clue as to why this called so...despite the name, i love this one. This is also called Maida Kunuku, curd bajji! My paati would do this for me every time, i went to visit her or whenever i really felt like eating something nice :).. she knew what i was hinting at :D..We would not have a stock of maida at home, (its not healthy soo...mom's command), so i would just go get a lil stock from shop & come! I was missing my home and thinking about everything ..then decided i would do this..


Mangalore Bajji/Maida Kunuku
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Its this soft, that it actually melts ;)





Ingredients
1. Maida - 1 cup
2. Curd - 1/2 cup
3. Onions - 1/4 cup(finely chopped)
4. Green Chillies - 2-3
5. Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
6. Baking soda - a pinch
7. Red Chilli powder - 1 tsp(optional)
9. Salt - to taste
10. Oil - for deep frying


Preparation Time!!
1. In a bowl, add maida,baking soda, red chilli powder, green chillies, onions and mix
2. Heat a pan, add 1tsp of oil and once warm, add mustard seeds. Once it splutters, add it to the bowl
3. Then add curd and make a batter. The batter should not be watery like we do for bajji. It should be such that, when dropped with a spoon, it should take a second or two to fall down, slightly thick ( hope i am able to explain)
4. Add very lil water if the curd doesn't suffice to make the batter
5. Add salt and mix well. Once the oil is hot enough, add small blobs of batter and fry till golden brown


You don't need any accompaniments with this! Tastes good plain...


Pointers
*You could replace Maida, with Wheat flour ( Atta) and follow the same step..its tastes good then too! This is quick to make, especially when you have people drop in home suddenly & as per Murphy...that would be the day, when the snacks in your pantry is over ... :D
** Else just do it for yourself & enjoy with tea/coffee


Serving - Makes around 20 odd bajji's
Duration - 20 - 25 minutes


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17 comments:

  1. Yummy and perfectly made bhajjis, have had this at the Udipi restaurants..

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  2. this looks fabulous for tea glad you linked it to the event
    nice to meet you too lovely site I am following you too
    regards Akheela

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  3. Awesome soft bajjis. Thanks a lot for linking...

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  4. Prefect bajjis to munch with a cup of tea..yummy..

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  5. Looks so soft and melting. Will try it soon

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  6. wow..bajji looks so scrispy n hot.........

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  7. They look yummy

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  8. its also called goli bajji & it happens to be my all time fav snack!looks delecious :)

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  9. Very yummy bajjis,looks so inviting.

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  10. We know this as mysore bajji and the husband and i are both big fans. We order it a lot outside. Never looked for a recipe till now and like how easy it is. Will try out soon. Btw i also loved your profile picture and description and the way you explain things.. following you too..

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  11. @La : Thanks :) i hope u guys enjoy it soon at home & really glad u dropped by!

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  12. nice and easy recipe.. we do it in sweet not savory .. this looks fab to me as easy and quick snack.

    Happy to follow u dear . do visit my blog for your kind participation in the ongoing events.

    Cheers
    UK Rasoi

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  13. Am glad u liked it nupur :) will def be a part !

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    1. Yup! & the taste makes it so ideal ..i am biased coz its my fav :D

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