Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Madras Mirchi


Madras is famous for beach.
Beach is famous for....................................... what else mirchi bajji. :)

Sometimes its fun when we avoid sofestication, forget about the hygene, Stop analysing things and just freakout and enjoy. The bajjis available in beach are the best of taste.

Yeah true it would be awesome to have such hot bajjis on a rainy day.. But what to do???? Chennai is void of rain the entire year.. :( Its okay anyday is a special day when my tongue demands for BAJJI.. :)




Ingredients:

Chilly - 5
Omam - 1 tsp

Roasted gram - 2 tbsp
Bengal gram flour - 5 tbsp
Rice flour - 1 tbsp
Cooking soda - 1/4 tsp
Salt - for taste




The one in the right is sad that his friend got roasted. :( :)

Method:

Grind omam, roasted gram and required salt into a fine powder and keep it aside. Now slit open the chillies and remove the seeds. Fill the above pow
der into the chillies.



Take a bowl and mix bengal gram flour, rice flour, cooking soda and salt along with a little water to make thick bajji batter.

Now dip the stuffed chillies in the bajji batter and de
ep fry it until it gets roast.

Madras mirchi bajji is ready to eat. :)


Sending my Madras Mirchi to the JFI: Chilly event. :)


Written by: Nithya
post your queries to fourthsensesamayal@gmail.com

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Nithya....Love the expressions of the your mirchi bajji's !! Not to mention the pictures are at their best.....Keep up the good work.

Your site is my addiction these days ;-)

Kitchen Flavours said...

Why is one sad and one is happy? Hmmm it is all what is life is....kabhi khushi kabhi ghum.....nice presentation....I love those bhajis...looks yum......

If you are interested in sending down your recipes to blog events then you can send this to JFI - Chilli..
http://queenspice.blogspot.com/2009/06/announcing-jfi-chilli.html
More on events can be found here http://events-n-roundups.blogspot.com/

Parita said...

Lovely chili bhajjis..i love these..so cute presentation

Anuradha said...

oh wow........... Very cuteeeee.... Lovely looking mirchis.

Pavithra said...

Bhaji is looking nice and tempting .. cute presentation nithya...

doggybloggy said...

what a great looking chile bajji - I love fried stuffed peppers - for me they are called 'chiles rellenos'

Sandhya said...

Idhu semma hot machi :D

Prathibha said...

Loved those cute expressions on their faces..Perfect snack anytime..

Vani said...

CUte mirchis!!

Valarmathi said...

Liked the expressions on chillies. Looks great and yummy.

Mangala Bhat said...

wow! cute faces lovely expressions ..hahaha :) thats a nice snack item :)

Mangala Bhat said...

wow! those eyes r perfect ..lovely drawing on the mirchies :)

Sowmya said...

Had quite few showers in the morning and with such a cold weather outside, your bajjis are testing my temptations..

Absolutely lovely looking Bajjis :)

Priya said...

WOoww so cute and lovely presentation..prefect snack!

kittymatti said...

eeeeeeeeeee! ass usual cute presentation! yummy yummy!

kittymatti said...

sorry as usual..just saw the mistake!

Divya Vikram said...

Makes me nostalgic. Besant nagar beach la milagai bajji a gnabaga paduthiteenga! Lovely pics!

Jyoti said...

Cute presentation ! Look mouth-watering !

Divya Rao said...

It's quite cold here in Sydney, maybe I'll make these one day and have some hot tea with it :)

veena said...

Divya ..
loved t expression in chilly ..its cool though the chilly is hot ...great work

ARUNA said...

these are super cute chillies!!!

Hema said...

the batter has cooked perfectly and has been fried to perfection. Omam in bajjis gives it a good flavor and aroma. Those cute faces on the chillies make a good presentation.. and oooh!! I love marina beach bajies.. miss them:((

Dhanya said...

hahaha...those chillies are super cute. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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