Got up? Yawned? Stretched? Head hurts? Raining outside?… No don’t sleep again! OR -is the mid-afternoon sun shining through your window?… It’s TEA Time! Make yourself some hot ginger tea! Something-to-snack-with-it can be HOT Bajjis!
Let me make this a little interesting for you, you can ask your mom for something other than Mirchi, Raw Banana/Plantain, Onion or Potato Bajjis for a change!?
God bless the good soul that discovered this recipe, cause to get to making this recipe all you need to do is think of it and make up your mind. No cumbersome planning or shopping is needed. All you need is Oil, Besan and atleast one (of the classifiable) vegetables at home. Such a modest snack that it is, it can be eaten as is or even just tomato ketchup would do justice. But thanks to new times, and creative minds, several variations of this recipe have been teasing us to try them at home. I’m going to do the honor of spoiling you with some of my tested gyan. 😀
Note: If this is your first time frying an item, please stand a few inches away from the fuming oil and SLIDE the vegetable soaked in batter along an edge of the kadai. Do NOT drop it straight in from the top- the oil is bound to spray straight at you.
PS: Serve hot with green Chutney, Coconut Chutney or tomato onion chutney if you have time to spare. You can also have it just with tomato ketchup