Recipe by Fathima Mahomed
Pic credit by Fathima Mahomed
1 cups gram flour. ¼ cup pea flour 1 tablespoon cake flour 1 teaspoon baking powderPinch freshly roasted crushed jeeru (cumin) and dhania (coriander) ¼ teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon Suhanas red chilli powder ¼ teaspoon whole jeeru (cumin)½ teaspoon garlic pasteSeasonings salt adjust accordingly. 1 large red onions grated squeese moisture out1 teaspoon freshly ground red chilli relish or1 cube green masala ¼ teaspoon tumeric for colour optional Drizzle of red chilli flakes Freshly chopped dhania (coriander)Shallots optionalWater - mixing batterOil - frying
In a bowl add all dry ingredients, green masala,spices red onions, garlic paste, seasoning and using water make a batter.
Optional- if using any variation like baby Spinache , jackfruit segments, lettuce or brinjol wheels, bananas, methie bhaji (Spinach), sweet potatoes, potatoe treats, whole mushroom,shrimp, chicken, broccoli, Cauliflower, gourd Choose one and add now if not just stick to the basic chopped onions, lettuce or Spinache as main.
In a deep saucepan preheated oil, fry the bhajias, turning it slowly around so that you get evenly cooked in golden brown bhajias/daljies in colour.
Use a slotted spoon to drain excess oil, a kitchen towel to absorb will be perfect.
These snacks can be served with the green dhania (coriander) sauce or preferred red chilli sauce.
Share as received. Bon appetite ♥️Shu-hani♥️
INFO & TIPS
These scrumptious snacks brings so much yummylicious joy as you take your first bites.... Crunchy on the outter then soft moist inside sheer decatent.❤️👌
These savouries/snacks served at most home during Ramadaan, an appetizer or starter.
some chilli bites love to dip in their favorite sauce. It's sooo yummy
Here's a basic recipe... Use your preferences when required.
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