What is better than a evening with a bajji and hot filter cofee? When you walk through the streets of madurai during evening you can see a lot of street food vendors busy making these bajji.I really amazed by the way they make..they usually make in a jet speed.With the same speed the bajji will also get sold..
I used to make lot of snacks for Senthil.People here call me snack expert.Due to health concern rarely I am makin snacks these days.Bajji mostly made with plaintains but using potatoes is for a change.
When I was a kid, we used to go to kourtallam for every season,which is a picnic spot near madurai.We used to take bath in the falls,which may sound weird for some of them,but honestly its whole lot of fun.After taking bath we used to starve like anything.The street vendors there used to sell the spicy chilli bajji.Which is super duper hot.Thinking of those makes me drool a lot.
Besan flour-2 cups
Rice flour-1 cup
Idly batter-2 tbsp
Chilli powder-2 tsp
Red kesari color-a pinch
salt-as per taste
Potato(any vegetable)-thinly sliced
Mix all the ingridient except potato in a water.Make sure it will be in dosa batter/pancake batter consistency.
Dip the potato and fry it in oil until it is nice and crispy.
Adding a idly batter helps to make bajji a little bit fluffy and for different taste.