Thursday, December 18, 2008

Cut Mirch


INGREDIENTS

10 mirchi bajjis ( chopped in to bite size pieces)
1 cup chopped onions
juice of 1 lemon
cilantro
oil for deep fry

To make masala powder ( pappula podi)

1/2 cup roasted chana dal ( pappulu)
1tsp red chilli powder
1 tsp cumin seeds
2 garlic cloves
salt

Grind all the masala ingredients in to a fine powder and keep aside


METHOD
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Heat oil in a wide pan for deep frying , fry chopped mirchi bajjis on medium flame until golden and crisp , drain on paper towel
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Add chopped onions , masala powder ( pappula podi) , lemon juice and cilantro
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Mix well and serve hot


26 comments:

Alka said...

Drooling........drooling.......drooling....still drooling :-)

Uma said...

Wow, yummy!

Madhu said...

Very new dish..Love to eat mirchi bhajjis, with extra spice on that, very tempting...

Priya said...

Mouthwatering bhajjis..lovely...

AnuSriram said...

Looks lovely! U always come up with a recipe that makes me drool..!

Usha said...

This sounds fantastic...great pictures as usual :-)

Gita's Kitchen said...

Love this dish, looks gr8! I need to make this one. Can you please tell me what mirchi bajjis are?

DEESHA said...

thatz just too good

Sagari said...

Gita---mirchi bajji is nothing but green chilli fritters ( green chillis dipped in gram flour batter and deep fried)

Varsha Vipins said...

Looks lovely..perfect with a hot cupa cofee..

Kitchen Flavours said...

This is one my favourite snack. Looks gr8 and yummy. Adding putanal pappu powder is new to me. I add chaat masala.

Shama Nagarajan said...

lovely winter treat........my most favourite

sowmya said...

this is a really good recipe...never tried adding extra spices to bhajjis..must have enhanced the taste...

Cham said...

Oh gal I am going to land at ur door for this one!

Smitha said...

O, i love these ... i wish i could have a bite!

Supriya Raman said...

So interesting! Looks great!

Cynthia said...

What is mirch?

Sagari said...

Cynthia-- mirch is nothing but green chilli

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Cool idea and looks so nice!

vivari said...

hi
your pics are so good
the bhajjis look yummy too
vivari
www.like2enjoy.blogspot.com

Archy said...

wow, perfect snack for winter, wonderful Sagari !!

sangeetaskitchen said...

hi sagari,
great bhajis ..........i saw a recipe of raw banana last week in ur blog but couldnt find out now....i jus loved the recipe hope u will help me

Sagari said...

Sangeetha--- here goes the recipe

Add tadka with cumin and musturd
Fry chopped onions
add plaintains pieces , turmuric and salt , cover and cook on low flame

MASALA-- 2 TBS dry coconut powder
3 garlic cloves
1 tsp chilli powder
1 tsp coriander powder
grind everything to a fine powder and add to plantain mixture
mix and cook for 5 more min
done

Hope this helps u

sangeetaskitchen said...

hi sagari,
thanx for the recipe.....jus one thing y is recipe not available in ur blog....it was very good with gr8 picture...........

nice blog with interesting recipes

Shreya said...

so yummy! hot and perfect:-)

Sagari said...

sangeetha--- Actually I got some problem with my blog settings , I have to repost it again , I will do that soon

Thanks a lot for your complements saneetha