Saturday, October 07, 2017

Bread Bajji Recipe | Bread Pakora | Easy Snacks Recipes

I was very busy over the last few weeks and I couldn't post anything here. You can follow me on Instagram for the daily breakfast, lunchbox and dinner inspirations. Also, you can sneak peek to my kitchen to know, what is happening right now at Happy's Cook. I am planning to post few special recipes for Diwali which I tried this year in the coming days. Until then please visit my already existing Diwali Special Snacks & Sweets Collection. To start with the special recipes for Diwali, today I am sharing this yummy bread bajji. When I was working in TCS Siruseri, I had this bread bajji for the first time in Ratna Cafe and from then, I am a great of this snack. Let us move on to the preparation of this yummy snack. Check out my Potato Bajji and Breadfruit Bajji as well.

Besan Flour(Kadalai maavu/Gram flour) - 1/2 cup
Rice flour - 1/4 cup
Bread Slices - 3 
Red chilli powder - 1/2 tsp
Asafoetida - a generous pinch
Ajwain(Omam)- 1/2 tsp
Cooking soda - a pinch
Salt - as required
Oil - to deep fry
1. Trim the edges of the bread slices and slice the bread into triangles. 
2. In a wide bowl, add all the ingredients except oil. Add water little by little and make a smooth batter. The batter should not be too thick or too thin, it should coat the bread pieces easily.
3. Heat oil in a kadai. Dip each piece of bread in the batter and slide it into the hot oil gently.  Fry it in medium flame and flip to cook the other side as well. Drain it from the oil and spread it in the kitchen tissue to remove excess oil. Depending upon the kadai size, fry it in batches.
Serve the crispy baji with Tea/coffee and Coconut Chutney.
Points to remember:
  • I used wholemeal/Wheat bread and the size of each bread slice is big. Hence, I have sliced each bread slice into 4 triangles. If your bread slice is small, then slice it into two triangles. You can also use white bread for this recipe.
  • Instead of asafoetida and ajwain, you can add ginger garlic paste for digestion.
  • You can skip cooking soda if you don't prefer.
Warm Regards,
Happy's Cook - Divya

1 comment :

  1. ohh how I wish i could have it for my chai today...looks perfect


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