TOMATO BAJJI

Tomato Bajji....My Best friend Sahitya Priya is a Big Fan of this Tomato Bajji...Shez from Rajmundary,Andhra..She use to tell me about this bajji's all the time..It is famous in their place n she use to have them from her school days...
I was surprised,how can we make bajji with Tomatos...I was waiting for a chance to taste them..Finally 1 day I went to her place for holidays that day I tasted them...Then I understood why is she loves dat Taste..they are really very different..
After a serious hunt I found a place in Vizag where this Tomato Bajji's are sold...everytime I go to Vizag I use to have them...but now no way...I miss all that...I made at home..Here is the recipe:
Ingrident:
For making Bajji:
Tomoatoes:8 medim sized
Besan:1 cup
Rice flour:1 spoon
Jeera:1/2 spoon
Salt:acc to taste
Chilli Powder:Acc to taste
Water
Oil:For deep Frying
Procedure:
1.Wash and wipe the tomatoes,pierce the tomato with fork just on 2 sides
2.Mix all the other ingridents with water into thick batter.
3.Put skillet with oil for deep frying and let the oil get heated
4.Dip the pierced tomatoes into besan batter and fry them in oil till they turn golden brown .
5.Place them on paper towel so dat it absorbs excess oil.
6.Now the Bajjis are ready for stuffing..
BhelPuri:
I used Haldirams Bhel Puri packet and added onions and cliantro.Mix them well and now the stuffing is also ready
Cut open the Bajji into half and remove the seeds and add the seeds to Bhelpuri mixture,mix them well.(If u want u can squeeze little lemon juice).Do this with all the Bajjis and now fill the bajjis with BhelPuri mixture and serve them...
I want to dedicate this recipe to all those who love street food and I want to share this recipe in "Fall In Love- Tomato" event by Sanghi's Food Delights.
Sunday Snacks - Chaats/Indian Street Food

This is also a very popular Street food in few places of Andhra.

4 comments:

Sanghi said...

Mmm.. new recipe.. Looking good! Thanks for the entry..! Do put the event logo and link back to the event. :)

Renuka said...

I have never heard of this ..... wow what an amazing recipe. I will definitely try this one. Sounds so delicious. By the way I am a big fan of tomatoes.

Sridhar Chillakapati said...

I love this. Thanks for Recipe. Can also let mo know where they sell this in Vizag, Last time I went to Vizag, I hunted all Vizag but couldn't find them.

Sridhar Chillakapati said...

I love this. Thanks for Recipe. Can also let mo know where they sell this in Vizag, Last time I went to Vizag, I hunted all Vizag but couldn't find them.