Thursday, February 2, 2012

Raw Banana Fritters/Vazhakka Bajji

Its too cold here, thought of making something to munch with a cup of tea, i finally prepared raw banana fritters the famous vazhakka bajji as am craving since a long..These crispy beauties suits prefectly for snacks, enjoyed having them with a cup of tea and coconut chutney..Such an easy and tasty fritters even kids will love to have them with their favourite sauces..

When you visit the beach, you wont miss the food stalls serving this hot raw banana bajjis to their customers,these bajjis are quite famous and common in Pondicherry beach, after the beach sundal...Am really missing all those days.
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1no Raw banana/Vazhakkai(sliced lengthwise)
1/2cup Gram flour
1/4cup Corn flour
1/4cup Rice flour
1/4cup Idly batter
1/2tsp Fennel seed powder
1tsp Red chilly powder
Salt
Oil

Mix the gram flour, corn flour, rice flour, fennel seed powder, red chilly powder, idly batter, salt and add enough water and turns as thick batter, heat the oil for deep frying, dip the raw banana slices to the prepared batter,drop them to the hot oil and deep fry them until they turns golden brown..

Fry them in batches and serve with spicy coconut chutney or with ketchup


45 comments:

  1. Yummy!!! These fritters look so tempting.....m planning to have some with my evening tea!!!

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  2. i'm drooling here..very tempting yummy bajji :)

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  3. I have never heard of Banana Fritters. They sound so interesting! Can't wait to try them.

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  4. the all time favorite! dont think there's anybody who could say no to that! lovely priya!

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  5. nice n crispy!..would it still taste good without the idli batter?i have everything but that.

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  6. Now these look delicious all the way...bananas fan here:D

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  7. Tempting fritters!!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  8. good for tea time....delicious!!!

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  9. mouthwatering bajjis. its also cold here would be perfect with tea

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  10. Adding Fennel Seeds. Yet to try. Tempting !

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  11. so crispy and wonderful bajji !! love to have these bajji's anytime !!

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  12. wowww.... looks delicious Priyaa.. whenever i try to make this, batter never nicely coat on the banana.. so the result is just like a fried banana.. any solution?

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  13. tempting...no one can eat just one !!
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  14. Love these vazhakkai bhajjis, seems likes ages since I had some..

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  15. Tasty Bajji!!Yummy with coconut chutney :)

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  16. Yeah,they are perfect for the climate you are in Priya.Nice ones.

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  17. Great snack when it rains or on cold days. Love them. I have not used corn flour so far. next time I make them I will remember to add it.

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  18. Crispy and delicious bhajjis..perfect snack

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  19. I love anything that is deep fried. These fritters sound especially delicious. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  20. yummy

    Aarthi
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  21. yum yumm..bhaji is all that we want on a rainy day :)

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  22. Perfectly made bajjis, not all can make perfect bajjis like this priya :) you tempted me a lot!

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  23. tempting snacks..using idly batter new to me..

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  24. ம்ம் இந்த குளிருக்கு சூடான் டீயுடன் சாப்பிட சூப்பரா இருக்கும்...ஆசையை கிளப்புறீங்க..

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  25. Frying idli batter is new to me. would try it soon.
    Love Ash.

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  26. Interesting twist with idli batter

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  27. Can I have a few now! Tempting!

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  28. Yum fritters. Perfect for evening snack

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  29. wow...super perfect vazhakkai bhaji...looks so tempting Priya...may be will make it this evening :)

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  30. Have eaten fritters with ripened banana ..After seeing this,I am now tempted to make them with raw ones even..hugs and smiles

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  31. wow, love this simple and quick snack. the picture makes it so very tempting :)

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  32. yummy and quick thanks for linking priya

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  33. We used to have this during our Engg days and though it was greasy, we used to fight over it..hehe..

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  34. yummy looking snack thank you for linking it to the tea time snack event

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  35. Your beautiful photograph is really pulling me from my rest place towards the kitchen to try this delicious and different recipe of bajji!!

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