December 28, 2010

Raw Banana / Valakkai Bajji


Raw Banana


Gram flour

½ cup

Chilly Powder

1 tes

Cooking Soda

¼ tes

Food Colour (optional)

¼ tes


3 cup


For fry


To Taste

Fermented Idly Batter

2 tbs


1. Mix all the ingredients except raw banana together well by adding little water, so that the mixture consistency becomes like idly batter consistency.

2. Peel the skin of the raw banana and cut them into thin lengthwise slices.

3. Dip each slices in the batter and deep fry with the oil. Keep the oil in medium flame only.

4. Drain the excess oil by placing it in a paper towel.

Serve it with coconut chutney.

Note : Addition of fermented idly batter makes the bajji more fluffy.

I got this tip from my mother. I will link this to Bookmarked Recipe by Priya and Aipi.


Hari Chandana P said...

Mmmmm..Delicious bajji.. looks absolutely perfect.. nice shot too !!

aipi said...

wow, they have come out sooooooooooo well..totally yummy!
Thanks a lot for linking this to bookmark event :)

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Shanavi said...

Nice tip kurinji dear..appadiye saapidalam... Perfect for this chill weather..Mom is always the best...

Soumya said...

yummy fav...mouth watering presentation

Santosh Bangar said...

nice and healthy for teatime snack

Unknown said...

Looks simply perfect dear. Thanks for linking it to our event :)

v said...

Idly batter in Baji mix is new to me. Definitely it looks fluffy and delicious.

Madhu said...

Ha..perfect for a nice rainy afternoon.

Mahi said...

Perfect Bajji! Super-a irukkunga kurinji!:P :P

Unknown said...

adding of idli batter is new to me kurinji.....will try it soon

Saraswathi Iyer said...

Looks so delicious want to grab them all.

Nandinis food said...

Bajjis look very delicious and yummy!

Asiya Omar said...

pajji plate enakee enaku.

jayasree said...

Bajji looks sooo nice. It has come out well. Nice click.

Gayathri Kumar said...

Perfect snack for this chilly weather!

Pavani said...

yummy n tempting baaji's..

Priya Sreeram said...

i love it , can i have some kurinji ?

Gayathri Anand said...

Yummy and so tempting ...Thanks for the tip ..feel like grabbing it ...

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