UrulaiKizhangu Bajji

UrulaiKizhangu Bajji / Potato bajji

Bajji is a famous evening time snack that originated from Indian subcontinent. There are many varieties of bajji and in this post I am going to explain how to make urulaikizhangu bajji. Urulaikizhangu is the local name for potato in tamil. From my childhood days I have relished this delicacy. Though I have seen many people making bajji, my amma’s bajji is my all time favourite. So whenever we meet, I ask amma to make this for me. And after many trials, I started getting perfect bajjis. Since this is my amma’s cup of tea, I asked my amma to make urulaikizhangu bajji and I shot the video. Thank you so much amma. Photos posted here are taken when I made the bajjis for an evening tea time snack.

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Urulaikizhangu Bajji / Potato Bajji

Niranjana Sankaranarayanan
Bajji is a famous evening time snack that originated from Indian subcontinent. There are many varieties of bajji and in this post I am going to explain how to make urulaikizhangu bajji. Urulaikizhangu is the local name for potato in tamil. From my childhood days I have relished this delicacy. Though I have seen many people making bajji, my amma's bajji is my all time favourite. So whenever we meet, I ask amma to make this for me. And after many trials, I started getting perfect bajjis. Since this is my amma's cup of tea, I asked my amma to make this recipe and I shot the video. Thank you so much amma.
Some snack recipes
Italian bhel
Bhel puri
Oreo fry
Aam papad
Paruppu Vadai
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Course Snack
Cuisine Indian, North Indian, South Indian
Servings 4

Equipment

  • Mandoline slicer

Ingredients
  

  • 1 No Potato Medium size
  • 3 ladle Besan flour
  • 1 ladle Rice flour
  • 1 tsp Red chilli powder
  • As req Salt
  • 1/2 tsp Asafoetida
  • 1/4 tsp Cooking Soda

Instructions
 

  • Take a potato and wash it well. Slice it thinly using a mandoline slicer. Keep it aside.
  • In a bowl, add besan flour, rice flour, red chilli powder, salt, asafoetida, cooking soda. Mix everything with your hands.
  • Heat oil and add two ladles of the oil into the flour.
  • Add water slowly and make it to a batter in dosa batter consistency.
  • Drop batter into the oil to check the temperature of the oil.
  • Dip the potato slices in the batter and gently slide it into the oil.
  • Keep it in medium flame and deep fry the bajji until it turns golden brown in colour.
  • Remove from the oil and place it on a tissue paper.
  • Serve it hot with chutney or it can also be eaten without any side dish.
  • It is one of the best evening snacks to be eaten with tea or coffee.

Video

Keyword Aloo fritters, Aloo pakora, Bajji, Poatao bajji, Urulaikizhangu bajji

 

INSTRUCTIONS

  • Take a potato and wash it well. Slice it thinly using a mandoline slicer. Keep it aside.
  • In a bowl, add besan flour, rice flour, red chilli powder, salt, asafoetida, cooking soda. Mix everything with your hands.
  • Heat oil and add two ladles of the oil into the flour.
  • Add water slowly and make it to a batter in dosa batter consistency.
  • Drop batter into the oil to check the temperature of the oil.
  • Dip the potato slices in the batter and gently slide it into the oil.
  • Keep it in medium flame and deep fry the bajji until it turns golden brown in colour.
  • Remove from the oil and place it on a tissue paper.
  • Serve it hot with chutney or it can also be eaten without any side dish.
  • It is one of the best evening snacks to be eaten with tea or coffee.

UrulaiKizhangu Bajji

 

 

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