Thursday, April 21, 2011

Dodakkaya Bajji/ Tindora Bajji

I love Tindora and this bajji is a nice variation in using Tindora than the regular rice, curries or pickle. Wow these cute bajji’s resemble like mirchi bajji !!!

These are prepared with tender fresh tindora dipped in besan batter and layered with onions, coriander leaves, chaat powder, red chili powder, lemon juice and roasted peanuts. Well these Bajji’s were ready in 10 minutes.



Ingredients:

Fresh Tindora – 10 no
Besan – ½ cup
Baking soda – ½ tsp
Salt As Required

Onion – 1
Coriander leaves – ½ cup
Chaat Masala – 1 tsp
Lemon juice – 2 tsps
Roasted Peanuts – 3 tsps
Red Chilli Powder – 1 tsp
Sev (optional) – 4 tsp

Oil for Deep Frying



Preparation

  • Wash the fresh thin tindora and dry them
  • In a mixing bowl, add besan, baking soda, red chilli powder and salt.
  • Add enough water to make thick batter.
  • Heat oil on medium heat for deep frying.
  • When oil gets hot, dip the tindora into batter and coat with thick besan batter.
  • Slowly drop the coated tindora into the hot oil.
  • Deep fry the tindora until it turns light golden color all over it.
  •  Remove bajji’s from heat

  • After it gets cooled cut open bajji’s
  • Take a wide serving plate
  • Place the bajji’s layer each with chopped onions, coarinder leaves, salt, chilli powder, chaat powder, lemon juice.
  • Lastly add sev and roasted peanuts.
  • Serve immediately. 
Sending this to My Legume Love Affair started by Susan and CBB Evening Tiffin hosted by Radhika


56 comments:

  1. Cool! Dondakayalu pachiga vundava?

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  2. Masala bajji.love the recipe.

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  3. Suma- No pachiga vudavu !! oil lo fry avutaye !! we need to pick thin Tindora

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  4. Wow..tindora in a different style..loved it..will surely try !!

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  5. Can I come over to grab that tempting delicious snack. Looks fantastic.

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  6. Never had this before.Bajji look tempting.

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  7. bajji looks delicious and very tempting..pics are awesome..:)

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  8. wow what a novel idea, they look so yummy!

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  9. very innovative ideas.... yummy and tempting...
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  10. Oh looks superb....never had this....Nice clicks too...

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  11. Oho dondakaya bujji idea bagundi.New recipe looks delicious..

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  12. Super bajji.. I like it hot hot

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  13. do they cook whole thru...they look like perfect substitute for mirchi bajjis...very nice creation!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  14. i had this at my best frnds house..perfect tea time snack..loved it

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  15. Smitha - yes they cook dear as we fry bajji's in hot oil and also I selected thin fresh tindora !!!

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  16. This is a very interesting recipe. Never used tindora this way. Super.

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  17. Never thought of making bajjis with tindora,truly very irresistible and unique..

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  18. Tindora bajjis sounds different :-) Looks soo yumm..perfect tea time snack:-)

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  19. Bajji's look mouthwatering...feel like grabbing a bite right away...

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  20. Yummy Bajjis... Perfect for tea time snack

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  21. Sounds interesting & yummy ... Lovely clicks!

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  22. Sounds different. Never thought of making bajjis with tindora really awesome. They look yummy.

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  23. Thats nice my friend...what an innovative bajji. loved your toppings, looks superb.

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  24. This is new to me,looks delicious,perfect snack.

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  25. nice recipe..looks so perfect and yummy!!

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  26. yummy bajji...tindora must have tasted too good.

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  27. Bajjis from tindora??? Totally new & looks too tempting!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  28. Good idea, bajjis from tindora is rare recipe. Bajjis looks yummy and mouth-watering.

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  29. Never tasted tindora bajjis before..Interesting recipe..Looks yummy too..

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  30. always you are coming with greater ideas...tindora bajji looks pretty and tasty..

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  31. Cool way to cook tindoras- looks so tempting!
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  32. I haven't heard of Tindora bujji! interesting!:)

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  33. Tindora bujii nice idea, love the finger snacks.

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  34. very different way of making bajji with tindora.Awesome one.well presented.

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  35. Lovely idea ..Looks awesome and fabulous

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  36. I have never heard of tindora bajji Thanks for sharing

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  37. yummmmmmmmm ! can i have some right now?

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  38. Nice and unique recipe..looks great and delicious!

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  41. The Bajji's look absolutely tempting and uber yummy... nice photos and presentation:)

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