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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Bread Bhajji (பிரெட் பஜ்ஜி) Do it Yourself

Ever wonder what to do with the few slices of bread that always seem to be left over in small batches?

You can take them and make bread bhajji (and Bread Upma with the crumbs, but that will be another video for another day).

Very simple.

Batter : 1 cup Besan, a little bit of hing (asafoedita), 1/2 spoon salt, 1/2 spoon chili powder, pinch of turmeric powder, just enough water to get it thick (real thick)

Slice bread after removing edges, soak in batter, fry!




Hope you have fun making Bread Bhajji.

The last bit where I show how to make bhoondi is the pre-requisite for making Laddoos! So if you got that part right, you can make Laddoos at home. (have successfully made Laddoos at home, if you can believe it).



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6 Comments:

I am not responsible for comments posted by others... At 5:28 AM, Anonymous utbtkids wrote...

OK, next stop, SundarRaman Cafe.

BTW, ilupa chatti high five. I have the same.

 
I am not responsible for comments posted by others... At 10:25 AM, Blogger Sanand wrote...

That's an awesome tip and of course, leftover bread is always there in our homes.

 
I am not responsible for comments posted by others... At 8:37 PM, Blogger Kavi wrote...

Well, well well ! The character of the SNT is undergoing some change. Maybe 'kitchenlog' is an appropriate...

:)

how have you been ???

 
I am not responsible for comments posted by others... At 9:25 PM, Blogger Sundar Narayanan wrote...

utbt, eppo venumna visit..

Sanand, the kids love the boondhi more than the bhajji

Kavi, trying to cheer my crazy work life by compensating with kitchen time..

some women overdose on chocolate when depressed.. I cook nice deep fried stuff and lick my sakkarai pagu finger or bajji maavu batter and find some happiness.

:)

 
I am not responsible for comments posted by others... At 5:18 AM, Anonymous Anonymous wrote...

kavi:

i agree - it is now sundar narayan's (not just) kitchen sink :-) [pun intended, of course!]

sundar:

sugar good ;-).

- s.b.

 
I am not responsible for comments posted by others... At 12:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous wrote...

why would you not add Rice flour to the batter and some soda? That's how you will get them crispy. Look Meenakshi Ammal's recipe.

Nice try any way.

 

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