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Potato Fritters - Aloo Bajji Pakora

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Potato Fritters - Aloo Bajji Pakora Recipe, aloo Pakoda , How To Make Potato Fritters - Aloo Bajji Pakora Recipe

Potato fritters are crispy and luscious snack made with sliced potatoes coated with spicy chick pea flour batter.

Bajji is a quick and easy snack which can be prepared in just 15 minutes. It does not need much ingredients. You can prepare bajji with vegetables like brinjal, raw plantain, onion, chilli, baby corn, cauliflower etc.

Bajji or Bhaji or Bhajji is unique spicy Indian snack similar to the pakora or fritters Read More..

About Recipe

Bangaldumpa pakodi, Potatos , Aloo samuka

How to make Potato Fritters - Aloo Bajji Pakora

(15 ratings)
35 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
20 mins
Potato Fritters - Aloo Bajji Pakora
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Potato
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : September 05, 2017


Ingredients used in Potato Fritters - Aloo Bajji Pakora
• Potato - 3 numbers.
• Rice flour - 1/2 cup.
• Chick pea flour (besan) - 2 cups.
• Red chili powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Carom seeds - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Ginger garlic paste - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Chat masala - 1 tablespoon.
• Baking soda - 1 pinch.
• Oil - to fry.
• Salt - to taste.
• Water - as required.
Method:
  • Take a bowl, add besan, rice flour, salt, carom seeds, ginger garlic paste, baking soda, red chilli powder, little oil and mix it.
  • Then add water and mix it like bajji batter.
  • Peel the potatoes and make thin slices.
  • Dip each potato slices into the basen batter.
  • Heat oil to deep fry. Put battered potatoes in hot oil and fry them till it get golden brown.
  • Take out on paper towel to absorb excess oil.
  • Sprinkle with chat masala on top of it.

Serve it hot with sweet chutney.






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Articles


Bajji or Bhaji or Bhajji is unique spicy Indian snack similar to the pakora or fritters made with several variants. It is a very popular tea time snack or often eaten during monsoon season. Bajjis are popular street food snack especially available in dhabas on highways. They are eaten generally with a piping hot cup of coffee or tea. A basic recipe of consists of chopped onions, flours like gram flour and rice flour, spices and herbs, all mixed together with little water and deep fried until golden in color. There are myriad variants of bajjis that is made with chillies, potatoes, eggplant, plantain, egg, etc.

Fritter is a name applied to a wide variety of fried foods, usually consisting of a portion of batter or breading which has been filled with bits of vegetable, meat, seafood, fruit, or other ingredients. One can make either savoury or sweet fritters. The savoury fritters are often eaten during snack or tea-time and breakfast at times.

Fritters are extremely popular roadside snacks available all over South Asia which are commonly known as Pakora/ Pakoda or Bhajji or bajji in local parlance. Fritters are exclusively dough or batter based food stuffs. A vegetable dipped and fried in a light crispy batter and served as common accompaniment to meals makes a filling meal when you crave for a yum snack to eat.

Serve hot with any sauce of your choice. Fresh homemade Goli bajji is an excellent way to treat your palate on any rainy day.

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GdaTyler Posted on Sat Jun 15 2013

So delicious... mmmm

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Leigh Naz Posted on Sat Jun 15 2013

yum!

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RainaDragonfire Posted on Sat Jun 15 2013

My fav

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Ramir Khan Posted on Sat Jun 15 2013

yum yum yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi

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shree Posted on Sun Jun 16 2013

You are truly an inspiration! Brilliant!

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Deepak Jindal Posted on Sun Jun 16 2013

Its raining outside and having these right now..!!

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Naveen Ramanadhan Posted on Sun Jun 16 2013

chef, u r simply the great, more & more snacks please

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llux3 Posted on Sun Jun 16 2013

When you intro you should also say "vanakum" which is welcome in Tamil. You do have many Tamil viewers

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TheMiramens Posted on Sun Jun 16 2013

I like the composition of the final plates with the nice cut carrot leave and the other vegetables nicely put together. I see you have a creative director now working for you? Or is your wife the artistic part of your show? Very professional! Many co

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Amanda Rossouw Posted on Mon Jun 17 2013

chef there is nothing you make that I don't like. Everything I try from your show is a success with my family. Thank you and regards to everyone.

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Jonathan Cohen Posted on Wed Jun 19 2013

Looks delicious! Does Bombay Basen mean gram flour?

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Annu Muthuraman Posted on Thu Jun 20 2013

mouthwatering......

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