Mysore Bajji Recipe

Mysore Bajji Recipe is a hot favorite from Mysore cuisine. Preferred especially during breakfast, Mysore Bajji is also liked as a snack in Mysore. This tempting bites are also filling and very yummy when accompanied by chutneys. Those in short of time can use self raising flour to make the dough instead of the conventional all purpose flour and rice flour. There is no need to keep it soaked in curd and water can be used instead.

Ingredients for Mysore Bajji

  • 4 Cup All Purpose Flour
  • 6 Table Spoon Rice Flour
  • 2 Onions
  • 10 Green Chillies (Chopped)
  • 20 Cashew Nuts (Broken)
  • 1 Tea Spoon Cumin Seeds
  • 2 Inch Ginger Finely Chopped
  • 1/2 Tea Spoon Baking Soda
  • Coriander Leaves
  • Fresh Coconut (chopped to small pieces)
  • Salt To Taste
  • Sour Curd (As is Required)
  • Oil To Fry

Direction for making Mysore Bajji

  • Mix both the all purpose flour and rice flour along with the curd till smooth without any lumps.
  • Make a loose dough and allow soaking for 3 - 4 hours.
  • Mix all the remaining ingredients.
  • Heat oil in a Kadai or deep fry pan.
  • Make medium sized balls with the dough and fry them in the oil till honey brown.
  • Place on a paper towel to absorb excess oil.
  • Hot snack with in minutes ready to be served
  • Serve hot with spicy mint chutney or enjoy with peanut chutney.
Mysore Bajji Recipe, both in the traditional way and the easy way can be tried. The chutney is a real delight.

Last Updated on 9/14/2011



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