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Though Capsicum Bajji is a south Indian snack but still it is popular all over the nation for its unique flavour and crunch. In Tamil Nadu, it is popular as Milagai Bajji. This quick and easy recipe is a perfect snack for any occasion.

Capsicum Bajji is always a favourite Indian snacks recipe of mine. I have grown up eating this spicy delight. I still remember, how me and my elder brother used to ask my mom to prepare different varieties of Bajjis during monsoon. Nothing can beat the charm of garma garam Bajjis with a hot cup of tea on a rainy afternoon. Of course, the addition of little gossips convert the moments into beautiful memories.

Capsicum Bajji recipe is a very popular among college students and bachelors. After finishing their job or study, whenever they go to a tea stall, a pair of Bajji with a cup of tea is the most economic and delicious snacks for them. In fact, it is one of the most popular items for evening snacks party. It can be a great option as a vegetarian starter.
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Indian Snack Recipe

Bajji recipes play a major part in Indian Snack recipe. Huge ranges Indian snacks recipes are fried items and bajji is one of the reliable parts of it. It can be prepared in many ways using different vegetables like potatoes, capsicum, brinjal, cabbage and many more. Though it is a very simple dish, but its simplicity makes it more popular among people.

Bajji is also prepared in many roadside stalls where they freshly cook and serve hot bajji with different varieties of chutneys. In south India, you would get different varieties of Bajji in almost every street food stall.


How to make Capsicum Bajji?

For the capsicum recipe, first, I have removed the stem and deseeded the Capsicums. Then I have cut them into thick strips.

For the batter, I have used both Gram flour and Rice flour. Gram flour gives a delectable taste to the bajjis and Rice flour gives crispiness to them. Be cautious that too much addition of rice flour would make the bajjis hard. In the batter, I have added salt and red chilli powder for taste.

After coating the Capsicum chunks with the batter, I have deep fried them in medium flame from both the sides evenly. After frying them, I have sprinkled some Chat masala powder and Black Salt on the top of the Bajjis. It gives a super delicious kick to it.

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Ingredients:


For the Batter
  • ½ cup Gram flour
  • 2 tablespoons Rice flour
  • 1 teaspoon Salt
  • ¾ teaspoon Red chilli powder
  • Water for making the batter


Rest of the ingredients
  • 2 Capsicums
  • Oil for deep frying
  • 2 Pinches of Chat masala for sprinkling
  • 1 Pinch of Black Salt for sprinkling


Instructions:
  1. Cut the stem of the Capsicums and deseed them.
  2. Wash them nicely and cut them into thick strips.
  3. On the other hand, measure half cup of Gram flour into a bowl.
  4. Then add 2 tablespoons of Rice flour into it.
  5. Add Salt and red Chilli powder into the bowl.

  6. Mix all the dry ingredients properly.
  7. Add water gradually and make a thick batter of it. I have used around 100 ml of water for the batter.
  8. Put a pan on flame.
  9. Add oil for deep frying the bajjis.
  10. Put the flame in high and let the oil become hot.
  11. Dunk the capsicum strips (Step 2) into the batter.
  12. Once the oil is hot put the flame in medium and add the coated capsicum strips into the pan slowly. Keep space in between two strips. Don’t over crowd the pan.
  13. Fry them evenly from both the sides till golden.
  14. Drain the excess oil and transfer the bajji on to a kitchen tissue lined plate. The kitchen tissue will absorb the excess oil from the bajji.
  15. Sprinkle some Chat masala and Black Salt over the bajji.


Serving Instruction
Transfer the Capsicum Bajji on a serving plate. Serve immediately the hot bajji with a cup of tea and enjoy the evening.

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