Milagai Chilli Bajji-Stuffed Mirchi Bajji RecipeMilagai bajji a very popular snack street in India. There are many fans for this milagai bajji therefore wanted to make a separate post for this. You can do this with or without stuffing. I tried both versions and two tastes great.Today we will learn to make both the version of this chili bajji following our easy recipe.
How to prepare Molaga Bajji
Preparation time - Less than 10 minutes
Yields - 6 bajjis
Chillies -5-6 (bajji milaga - sold specifically for making bajjis)
Besançon / kadalai Mavu / Bengal gram flour - 1 cup
baking soda (soda bi carb) - 2 pinches
Chilli powder - 2 tsp
Salt as required
Oil - 1 teaspoon
Oil for frying
Making of Mirchi Bajji
Wash and dry the peppers.
Make a vertical slit and carefully remove the seeds without breaking the peppers. This is done to reduce the heat. (See picture below)
In a shallow bowl, combine the chickpea flour, baking cooking, salt and chili powder.
Then add water, a tablespoon of oil coffee and prepare a dough a little thick. I added a little less than 3/4 cup of water. Taste to check salt dough. Add if necessary. (Assume that if the dough becomes liquid, add a little more Besançon and mix well). The dough should be neither too thick nor too thin.
Heat oil in a kadai (to check if the oil is hot enough to fry bajjis, drop a little batter into the oil, if it raises to the surface immediately, then the oil is hot enough to fry bajjis)
Once the oil is heated, reduce the flame to medium heat. Now soak the spice of bajji dough so that the chili is well coated with the paste on all sides.
Then gently remove the pepper in oil. Fry both sides until golden brown.
Remove from oil and drain on paper towel to absorb excess oil.
Repeat the same process for the rest of the chili
Enjoy hot milagai bajji with a cup of steaming hot tea or coffee.
Stuffed Chilli Bajji
The joke that I used is more or less similar to my onion samosa recipe.
Finely chopped onion -1
Red Chilli powder to taste
2-3 drops of lemon juice
Salt to taste
Mix all the above ingredients in a bowl.
Make a vertical slit and remove the seeds inside the pepper.
Stuff the peppers with the onion mixture, then proceed as above.
Note - You can even use potato Sabji as farce.
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