Sunday, September 22, 2013

Banana Bhajji Chaat

Spoilt recipes are the mother of all inventions in the kitchen :) I made Banana bajji for lunch today but miscalculated the amount of salt. Once the bajji was made I tasted it and realised it was almost saltless. This is the twist and I served it as a starter.

You Need:
Gram flour - 3/4 cup
Corn Flour - 1/4 cup
Banana - 2 sliced into 1/2 cm roundels
Red chillie powder - 2 tsp (as per taste)
Jeera powder fried - 1 tsp (Fry the Jeera without oil and fround it into fine powder)
Chaat Masala
Salt
Hing
Oil

For the Salsa
Tomato - 1 finely chopped (as finely as possible)
Onion - 1 finely chopped (as finely as possible)
Coriander - 1 tbsp finely chopped
Green chilli - 1 tsp finely chooped
Salt


Method
Heat the oil for frying
Mix flours, chillie powder, jeera powder, salt, hing.
Add water and make a medium consistency batter.
Dip the banana roundels in the batter and drop it in the hot oil.
Fry till the bajji turns golden
Drain on towel

Mix all the salsa ingredients

To serve
Arrange the bhajji on the plate
Drop the tomato salsa on top
Sprinkle chaat masala
Serve hot :)

Sending this to "Lets Brunch on sunday" event by Priya  and Veena
Gayatri's "Walk through the memory Lane" event at Priya's Virundhu
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5 comments:

Priya Suresh said...

Omg, banana bhajji chaat thats really very tempting..Pretty attractive chaat too.

Sushma Madhuchandra said...

that looks so tempting Shree!

Shree Rao said...

Thank you ladies :)

Priya Anandakumar said...

Banana bhaji chaat looks yummy and tempting, thanks for linking it to the wtml event, waiting for more delicious entries dear.

Vardhini said...

Can never say no to bajjis. Looks tempting.

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