Bajji,Bonda and Pakoda Mix


Bajji,bonda and pakodas are the tempting deep fried snacks with the same base,the gram flour and rice flour.
I always make the mix and store it in the freezer to make bajjis or pakodas in no time if there is a unexpected guest.
This recipe I got it from one of our family cook and here goes the recipe.................

Ingredients


IngredientQuantity
Gram flour/kadalaimaavu3cups
Rice flour/arisimaavu3tbs
All purpose flour/maida3tbs
Red chilly powder/milai podi1tbs
Asafoetida/perungayam1/8tsp
Cooking soda1/8tsp
Turmeric powder1/2tsp
Salt11/2tsp



Method

                             Take all the measured ingredients in a wide bowl and mix it well using a spatula or put everything in a food processor and pulse it till everything gets mixed well.
Store it in an air tight container or a zip-lock bag.


  • It can be stored in the freezer for 6 months.
  • After mixing everything,you can sieve it in a strainer and store it.
  • If you want to use food color it should be added at the time of making the bajji or pakoda.Do not add in the mix while storing.
  • A tbs of cornflour can also be added and the amount of salt can be adjusted according to the personal preference.

Cauliflower Bajji or Pakora using the Homemade Mix

Making the bajji or pakora is very easy if the mix is handy and today's recipe is Cauliflower pakora as I don't have any other veggies.


Ingredients

IngredientQuantity
Cauliflower(florets)11/2cups
Bajji mix1/2cup
Food color(optional)a pinch
Wateras needed
Oilfor frying
Method
  • Put the cauliflower florets in the boiling water for a minute with a pinch of salt and drain it,keep aside.
  • Take the bajji mix,food color in a bowl and add water and stir it with a whisk or spoon and make a batter without lumps.
  • Heat a wok or pan with oil,once the oil becomes hot dip one floret in the batter and drop it in the oil,continue for the rest of the florets.
  • Fry it in the oil till it becomes golden color or the sizzling sound stops.Remove it from the oil and drain it on a paper towel.
  • Serve it with ketchup or sauce of your choice.

Enjoy...........................

  • The batter should be in dropping consistency,it should not be too thick or thin.
  • Veggies of your choice can be used to make the bajji.
  • If the prepared batter is more,add the thinly sliced onion.green chillies,curry leaves and a pinch of salt and mix it well,fry it in the oil till it gets crispy.
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37 comments:

Lovely tips. very useful. Thanks a lot.

thanks for sharing it dear.. very useful post..

Adding maida & turmeric is new to me..otherwise I do the same..but, whenever needed! nice idea to make it in bulk!

Nice useful post...Thanks for sharing..

nice post and tips, if we can store its very helpful at the time of unexpected guests !

Lovely idea to make this mix in advance. But my freezer will explode if I try to add one more ziploc bag in it.

I never added maida for regular pakoras...nice idea of mixing everything n storing it

Hi Sanoli ,

Very good idea:)))

Looks AAAwesome...

it is a saver:))

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Hi Nalini ,

I'm Very sorry Dear.

I put as Sanoli instead of your's ..

Here after i didn't do like this Nalini

Keep on Nalini:)))

Wat a handy and useful mix..

very interesting.. adding maida is new to me..awesome!!!
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This is a totally new to me. I did not even think of making a bajji mix. Good & useful post!

Awesome post....thanks for sharing with us...it's help in preparing crispy pakoras

Adding maida is new to me,will try it next time...lovely post Nalini! Thanks for sharing with us...

Thats a nice idea, usually we make the mix on the go but this is nice & easy for those super busy days

Yes perfect basic recipe very helpfull.

Very well done Nalini..great tips as well...

Never thought of preparing this mix in advance as I hardly make them. Useful post for ones who fry them frequently.

I love pakodas of any kind! These look great!

It's a good idea to make the mix and store it in advance, I'd never though of that. The cauliflower bajji look amazing!

Veggies for crisp snacks are always welcome in my kitchen...Looks so fun to try!
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Thats a wonderful tip for preparing the bajji batter ma..Me first time here and ur really got a huge selection of goodies to be tried out. Do visit mine and give ur suggestion.
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Thats a wonderful tip for preparing the bajji batter ma..Me first time here and ur really got a huge selection of goodies to be tried out. Do visit mine and give ur suggestion.
Taste of Saras Kitchen

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