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Bajji

Bajji is a very popular snack, eaten all over India and also known as pakoda, bhajia, etc.It is called Bajji in South India. It is made of chickpea flour with a variety of vegetables such as onions, potatoes, cauliflower, etc.

There are lots of ways one can prepare bhajji or bajji. It varies from region to region. Chilli bajji and onion bajji are very famous in south India.

The recipe of chili bhajji is as follows.

To make Bajji you will require Green peppers approx 16 , Tamarind paste approx 8 spoon, coconut powder( Dry) approx  2 spoon , Ajwain 1 tbsp (crush it before use ) , Salt ,  Jaggery 1/2 spoon , one spoon Coriander powder , Gram flour three  cups, Chat masala for added taste, Chopped Onions.

Make slits over the peppers length wise but make sure you remove the seeds.
Boil the pieces over low flame and add salt in it. Soon they will  become very tender and soft. Remove all the extra water from it.

Mix gram flour( besan) with water, salt and try to make a thick batter. Heat oil in a frying pan. Fill the tamarind paste into the chillies. Put them in the besan batter and slide immediately into the frying pan. Fry till golden brown. Do the same with the rest of the chillies. Sprinkle some chaat masala over the bajjis and serve hot with tamarind chutney.

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