Thursday, July 11, 2013

Soji With Green Banana Bajji



Soji (Rava)With Green Banana Bajji
During Ramadan month i used to prepare varieties of bajjis for Ifthar. It is liked by children to adult.  
Everyone likes yummy snacks  for Ifthar. Easy prepare with in 20 minutes.
Bajjis  are the famous Indian snacks.   It is a popular selling item for the street side snack vendors.
We can make varieties of bajjis like  onion bajji, potato bajji,green banana bajji, bringal bajji, bread bajji,chicken bajji,egg bajji fish bajji,tomato, capsicum bajji.  
All bajji's are great for evening snacks and we can pack this for lunch for school going children.





Ingredients
Green Plantain (vazakkaay) - 1 no
besan flour - 3 soup spoon full
rice flour  - 1 soup spoon full
Soji (rava)   - 1 soup spoon full
Ginger garlic paste  -  1 tspn
Kashmiri red chilli powder – 1  tspn
salt - to taste
oil – ½  tspn
bicarbonate of soda - 1 pinch



Oil – for frying




Method

Peel the skin from green banana and cut into desire shape
Add little water and mix all the ingredients, except Vazakkay (Green Banana), to become a thick batter (like idli batter consistency). 
Heat oil over a medium flame.  Dip the Banana slices in the batter one by one and deep fry to golden brown. Crispy Green Banana bajji is ready serve with tomato ketchup or any chutney variety.
Adding soji makes the bajjis more crispy


Note:
Instead of g & g paste you can use fennel seed powder or Garlic powder
Instead of Soji & Corn flour you can add 
bajji batter with little maida & corn flour. Corn flour also makes the bajjis more crispy.


Onion & Green Banana Bajji

Green Banana Bajji


Green Banana Bajji 




Ifthar Menu




Linking to Guru's Giveaway Kids special 

Preeti's Ramzan and Mango Festival hosted by Saju's Tastes.

Priya Srinivasan's Meal in Minutes - 30 Giveaway by Cupo nation

Gayathri's Walk through Memory Lane hosted by Manju

Merry Tummy's Cooking with Yellow Event & Giveaway

Ramadan Mubarak to all.

12 comments:

Ambreen (Simply Sweet 'n Savory) said...

Ramadan Kareem to you! Delicious snack for Iftar!

Sajina Bishar said...

Hey never heard of adding sooji for bajjis..Thnx 4 linking it 2 my event
Hey i think u have got my blogs name wrong...its Saju's Tastes...

http://www.sajustastes.com/2013/06/foodabulous-fest-ramzan-mango-season_30.html

Torviewtoronto said...

Baji looks fabulous maashallah

Priya Anandakumar said...

Super bhajji, looks delicious ...
Wish you and your family a very happy ramzaan...

Akila said...

Looks yummy... and tempting clicks...

Manjula Bharath said...

looks delicious dear :)

Sapana Behl said...

Looks crispy and yummy!
Do participate in my event
@Fast!Fresh!Simple

Priya Srinivasan said...

Delicious Bajji Jaleela, Thanks for linking it to my event. My name is Priya Srinivasan jaleela, you have wrongly typed as Priya Sriram.

Chitz said...

Love these fritters anytime.. But I dont add sooji to it, must be for the crispiness right??

Shweta Agrawal said...

Ah! totally loved it. Mouth watering indeed :)
www.merrytummy.blogspot.com

Manju said...

my families all time favorite snack..
Thanks for sharing in WTML EVENT.

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