Friday, March 25, 2011

Bhajaniche Vade

As I mentioned in my old post of Bhajaniche Thalipith, "Bhajani" is a flour of roasted multigrain and pulses. Generally we make Thalipith from it. Thalipith is made in less oil where as Bhajniche vade is deep fried snacks with same ingredients. If you don't have time to prepare this flour at home or didn't get a readymade Bhajani in market, you can just mix all flours and cumin and coriander powder and can prepare this vade. This vade is generally made for 'Magalagauri Puja' in Shravan Month. I will give details about this puja some other time.



 
Ingredients


Bhajani flour - 1 cup

Chopped onion - 1 small

Chopped coriander - 2 tablespoon

Sesame seeds - 1/2 teaspoon

Ajwain seeds - 1/4 teaspoon

Red chili powder - 1 teaspoon

Curd - 2-3 teaspoon

Hot Oil - 2 teaspoons

Salt to taste.


Procedure
Mix all the ingredient and make a medium dough. If you want you can add little water. Make equal very small lemon size balls. Apply water on your both palm. Flatten the ball with both palms. Make round vada. Make one hole in the center with finger.  Repeat it for all remaining balls. Now deep fry vada on medium flame. Fry until it turns crispy and brownish. Serve hot with chutney, ketchup or curd.


This goes to PJ's event, 'Flavours Of Maharashtra' and Naina



12 comments:

Jay said...

Looks yumm...delicious n tempting..
Tasty Appetite

Priti said...

New for me and looks absolute yum ...am want to find bhajani flour now:)

lata raja said...

Have a new recipe here> looks absolutely delectable!

aipi said...

Very tempting looking..will bookmark this :)


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Pushpa said...

Healthy version looks fabulous.

Priya said...

Very interesting recipe, simply delicious..

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) said...

Looks absolutely mouthwatering ...lovely color..
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R said...

they looks so delicious! its been a while since i made them.....

Now Serving said...

just the perfect afternoon snack with some piping hot cha :)
YUMMY!

Reshmi said...

Hi, first time here.. this recipe looks interesting.. never tried with bhajani flour.. bookmarked it!!
love to follow u!!

Anonymous said...

looks so tempting

are you married...I am available ?

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Looks so interesting... wow..

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