Onion Pakoda/Pakora – Step by Step

'Karukk morukk' is how we Tamilians describe the sound that you will hear when you bite into these crispy, crunchy, deep fried and flavourful morsels of onion pakoda coated in warm spices and gram flour! There's a reason why rain and onion pakoda (also bajji) are a match made in heaven. Biting into a pakoda … Continue reading Onion Pakoda/Pakora – Step by Step

Pav Bhaji (with Whole Wheat Pav) Recipe: Step by Step

Pav Bhaji or Pao Bhaji (Pav: a kind of soft, fluffy bread; Bhaji: a tomato based curry made from mixed veggies and a special blend of spices), is the "quintessential" snack food that originated from the bustling streets of Mumbai. Here in Bengaluru, Pav Bhaji is equally famous, and many enjoy it as an evening snack, or meal. … Continue reading Pav Bhaji (with Whole Wheat Pav) Recipe: Step by Step

Basic Vegetable Bajji: Step by Step

Bajji, a type of vegetable fritter made from gram flour, is a famous street-style food enjoyed all across India, particularly during the monsoons. In most homes, just cloudy weather and/or rain, or even just a Sunday is enough reason for bajji to be made 😀 There are several vegetables from which this fritter can be made, … Continue reading Basic Vegetable Bajji: Step by Step

Fried Banana Peppers Stuffed with Cheese- Cheese Stuffed Chilli Bajji- Step by Step

Hello 🙂 It has been pouring nonstop the last few days here in Bangalore, and I could not stop thinking of snacking over some hot bajjis (bajji: fritters made from any vegetable, coated with a gram flour based batter), of which nothing would beat Chilli (Molaga) bajji, the 'king' of all bajjis. A cult favourite, this bajji … Continue reading Fried Banana Peppers Stuffed with Cheese- Cheese Stuffed Chilli Bajji- Step by Step