Bread Pakoda/ Bread Bajji



We need:


Bread slices 4
Besan/ gram flour 2cups
Rice flour 1/4 cup
Salt to taste
Haldi pinch
Chilli powder 1sp
Oil for deep frying


Method:


In a bowl add salt, haldi, chilli powder and mix with besan and rice flour.
Now add water to make batter.
The batter consistancy should be not too thick nor too thin.
Heat oil in a large pan.
Mean while cut bread slice to 4 pieces.
Now dip each bread piece in the batter and deep fry in the hot oil.
Keep turning so that they are evenly cooked on all the sides.
I added rice flour instead of bicarbonate soda, because, if u add soda the bread bajji consumes lot off oil.
If u add rice flour oil is not consumed much and the outside crust is also crispy.
Fry all the bread pices some at a time and serve hot with any chutney or sauce.



Sending this recipe to
Tickling Palates event Let's cook Kids special.

Also sending this recipe to Srivalli's Kids Delight event hosted by Smitha this month

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Comments

Sangeetha said…
yummy n perfect tea time snack...love it with spicy chutney..looks tempting!
Usha said…
A nice evening snack to go with tea!
Srivalli said…
I always love this..
Chef Mireille said…
wonderful teatime snack
OMG.. i always love this and end up buying this from the bajji shops ..
Ms.Chitchat said…
Would love to have this snack with a cuppa garam chai :):)
PriyaVaasu said…
used to have them in college canteen, looks yum!!!!
Priya said…
Quick and yummy pakodas.
perfect tea time snack,looks yummy....
looks delicious. I love this so much
Jayanthi said…
one of the favorite bajji at our house. Looks so good.
Suma Gandlur said…
Yummy evening snack.
PJ said…
Nice way to use left over bread...
This is a perfect tea time snack!!!
Sangeetha Nambi said…
Love this...

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