Fried Masala Chana | Chana Kurkure Namkeen

For the final day under Deep Fried Love, I have a Tea time Snack to munch on! This is a recipe that Amma got from a TV show. Kabuli Channa is often made as Sundal apart from being made as a side dish for Poori. So one of those days when it was being soaked, […]

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Baby Corn Bajji | How To Make Corn Bajji

Baby Corn Bajji

Baby Corn Bajjis are deep fried snacks made with tender baby corns diced as juliennes or fingers. These are crispy snacks you can make for your kids. So for the day 2 of BM#54, under Deep Fried Love, I have these Baby Corn Fingers, which are one of my favorite snacks! I was surprised that […]

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Vegetables Bread Rolls | How to make Stuffed Bread Rolls

We are starting the next BM Edition with BM#54.   I will be starting with one of my favorite themes, the Deep Fried Love. Well in this theme, you get to showcase, enjoy all snacks, dishes that are deep fried. Deep fried mostly reminds me of snacks. However I have made Virudhunagar Ennai Parotta, and […]

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Leftover Rice Pakodas

For the final day under Snacking for Kids, I have this delicious pakodas made with leftover cooked rice. I have already posted another version of leftover pakodas, this one is slightly different and was very much loved by Konda. So I thought I should as well record what she liked differently as well. These turn […]

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Bakwan Sayur | How to make Indonesian Vegetable Fritters

For the third and final day of making Fritters from different cuisines, I have one from Indonesia called as the Bakwan. This is their version of Tempura. And depending on the ingredients you add, the name changes. The most common is the vegetable version in which shredded cabbage and shredded carrot are added and thats […]

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Sweet Corn Fritters | How to make Sweet Corn Fritters

For the second day of Fritters, I am making the American version of Corn Fritters. Indian version of fritters is mostly made with Gram flour or Besan and is not sticky. Whereas this version, since I do not use eggs, tends to be little on the sticky side. Also on cooling, it will also become […]

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Cauliflower Tempura | How to make Cauliflower Tempura

We are starting yet another BM Edition today, with first week for BM# 53 being ‘Bring on Fritters’. When I picked up this theme, I actually was thinking about Batters, Breading and Coatings. I love that topic and always look out for doing dishes under this one. I enjoy knowing how each of these techniques […]

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