Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Cabbage fritters / bajji

I am addicted to any kind of bajjis(cauliflower, raw banana, onions, anything). Give me a plateful and I would settle down speechless with a hot cup of chai. When amma had to leave immediately due to personal emergency and when I was left with a whole kg of cabbage and when the huss got bored of the repeating cabbage thorans, I was left with no other option but to find a frying alternative for the rest. That is when I came up with this idea. These make a perfect snack / side dish. Another bajji recipe into my kitty.

I had this as an accompaniment for curd rice for lunch box. Was done with the cooking in half an hour. So you can rely on this combo when you are in a hurry.

~*What U Need*~
Cabbage(chopped) - 1 cup
Gram flour - 3 tablespoons
Rice flour - 1 1/2 tablespoon
Corn flour - 1 tablespoon (Added to give crispiness)
Chilli powder - as needed
Salt - to taste
Baking soda - 1/4 teaspoon
Oil - to fry


How I Made it:
Mix all the above ingredients and marinate for 10 minutes. Deep fry in oil. Place in paper towel, drain the excess oil and serve hot with tomato ketchup.

So thats it Folks...
With Love,

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27 comments:

  1. These bhajjis are simply wonderful...crisp and yum..

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  2. The bhajjis look super tempting, especially with the thayir saadham..

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  3. Never though of adding cabbage to a bajjiya! Great idea!

    By the way thx for visiting my blog...I've actually been following yours for a while now :)

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  4. Love ths bajji.....crispy n yummy

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  5. My SIL makes these...but i never tried them...looks crisp and yum....

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  6. Looks appetizing n delicious bhajji...

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  7. Nice recipe....fritters looks yummy and crispy.

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  8. nice n crispy!...thanks for visiting my space and leaving your comments...i joined your blog through the gfc..am your happy follower now.

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  9. looks great...cant wait to taste right now..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  10. wow superb bhaji.......bhajis r my fav.too....so crispn yum

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  11. wow thats tempting snacks,love it with hot tea:)

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  12. crispy and delicious fritters.

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  13. somehow i also love have bajji/pakodas with curd rice. nice one

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  14. bhajjis looks just wonderful...crisp and yum..

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  15. Love the bajji's.. these look yumm

    http://shreezexperiments.blogspot.in/

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  16. Wow cabbage fritters, my mom used to make these, but she would first steam the cabbage and then mix it with masalas. Your fritters look lovely :-)

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  17. Crispy ones just like onion fritters,yum!!

    Erivum Puliyum

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  18. Let it rain and have these with hot coffee..Slurp !

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  19. Wow, looks tempting! I never get it right!

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  20. These look really delicious Vimitha :) I like fried cabbage very much!

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  21. Fritters looks so tempting..,perfectly done!!

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  22. I too am a bahjji fan! I used to eat them all the time growing up in Scotland of all places :)
    Thanks for stopping by Foodness Gracious ;)
    Take care

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