Mirapakaya Bajji/ Mirchi Bajji


We need:


Green chilies 10
Gran flour/ Besan 2 cups
Chili powder 1sp
Haldi 1/4 sp
Salt to taste
Peanuts 1/4 cup
Sesame seeds 2 sps
Tamarind paste 2sps
Oil to deep frying
Chopped onions 1/4 cup
Bicarbonate soda pinch
Lime juice


Method:


Wash chilies and pat dry them.
Slit the chilies in between and remove seeds.

Make a paste of peanuts, sesame seeds adding salt and tamarind paste.
Fill this paste inside the slit green chilies.
Add salt, chili powder, soda, haldi to besan/ gram flour and mix well.
Adding water make a smooth paste.
Heat oil for deep frying.
Now dip the chilies in besan and drop 3 or 4 at a time in oil and fry till golden brown or crisp.
Add little chili powder to chopped onion and keep aside.
Now remove fried chili bajji from oil and rest them on paper towel.
Wait for 2 minutes and slit the bajji's again.
Fill the chopped onions and sprinkle little lime juice on top.
Yummy mirchi bajji's are ready to serve.

Sending this recipe to Sumee's Bon Vivant event.

Comments

Suma Gandlur said…
One classic, spicy snack.
Usha said…
It is raining out here since morning and those bajjis would be perfect to munch on! Wish you were my neighbor today.. :)
Chef Mireille said…
Mexicans have something similar called chiles rellenos except they stuff it with cheese - these sound yummy
Priya said…
Wat an irresistible bajji,loving it.
Srivalli said…
Love these, and as Mireille said we had our mexican colleague who made us those chiles rellenos and they tasted awesome!
classic, spicy and delicious bhajji.
Sangeetha said…
super tempting and spicy mirchi bhaji...I always use banana pepper for mirchi bhaji, will try with green chilies next time...

Spicy Treats
My husband loves these ...though I cannot stomach such spice :)
PJ said…
Delicious snack...I make this bajji chillies...
Irrestible!!!!Love these bajjis!

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