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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Aubergine fritters / kathrikkai bajji

Hi all , starting the day with a yummilicious starter for all the veggie lovers. This fritter is made with the aubergine which is the big eggplant or the brinjal. generally, we used to make bajji with brinjal by using besan flour. This fritter has a twist in the mixture and I love the taste of it so much. I am not sure though, how many of you would like this taste. Do give it a try. My Mom and grand Mom used to make this in ordinary brinjal. Once I had this fritter in a restaurant. I fell in love with this. Of course I found the batter that they used as a foodie, it's all in the game. Going to the recipe now.


 

Ingredients:

Aubergine ( big eggplant ) - 1
Dosa batter ( sour one will give better taste)- 1 cup
Besan flour - 3-4 tsp
Salt
Oil
Chilly powder - one tsp


Method :

Cut the Aubergine into small wedges.
In a bowl, take the dosa batter, add chilly powder, besan flour, salt( add little for the vegetable , since the batter will have salt) and mix nicely. Do not add water, the consistency will become watery.
Heat oil in a pan, once it is hot. Start to fry the fritters.
Take the pieces of wedges and dip in the batter and fry it until crisp.
It will be very crispy as we have added besan flour also.

 

Crispy and crunchy aubergine fritters ready!

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Mutton sukka

One of the most Favourite dish by all the non veg lovers is mutton sukka. That too with hot rice, rasam the combo will be yum.. I have already shared my chicken chukka recipe earlier. This is a different version . Mutton sukka can be had with rice, as sides. It can also be had as a starter. This is not the generally made pepper fry. The same way. Hi ken chukka can also be made. This recipe can be made in mushrooms, prawns and also babycorn for veg version. Try making out this simple recipe and post your comments.

 
Ingredients :

Mutton - 500 kg
Onions - 2 big sized finely chopped
Curry leaves
Cumin seeds - 2 tsp
Red chilly -4-5
Pepper corns - 1 tsp
Coriander seeds - 2 tsp
Fennel seeds - 1 tsp ( optional)
Salt
Oil
Water
Turmeric powder - 1 tsp
Ginger garlic paste - 2 tsp
Red chilly -1
Green chilly -1


Method :

Wash the mutton nicely and chop it into small pieces.
In a vessel add the washed mutton, salt and turmeric powder . Cook for 7-8 whistles.
Heat a pan, add 100 gms of oil, splutter curry leaves, red chilly and green chilly.
Add the chopped onions and fry them nicely until it becomes brown.
Add the ginger garlic paste and fry for 2 more mins.
Meanwhile, in a mixer grind the cumin seeds, red chillies,  coriander seeds , fennel seeds and pepper corns into a medium coarse powder. Do not the roast the ingredients. Grind it raw.
Once the ginger garlic paste raw smell vanishes, add the cooked mutton, the ground powder and salt and allow it cook once the masala is cooked well and nicely coated on mutton.

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Garnish with curry leaves and serve hot with rice! 

Friday, March 3, 2017

Palakkottai fry / Jackfruit seeds fry

A very tasty vegetarian side dish.. Many people like jackfruit seeds. I am not a big fan though, but my hubby loves it. Made Thia yummy and crunchy palakkottai fry. Hope you all like its garlicky flavour. 



Ingredients:


Jackfruit seeds - 15
Garlic pods - 5
Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
Chilly powder - 1 tsp
Curry leaves
Oil
Salt


 
Method:


Pressure cook or boil the jackfruit up to 4 whistles.
Peel off the outer cover and chop the seeds into smaller pieces.
Heat a pan, add oil and splutter mustard seeds and curry leaves.
Add the crushed garlic no fry it.
Add the chopped jackfruit seeds, chilly powder, salt.
Close and cook for 5-7 mins.
 

Yummy seeds fry is ready to eat with sambar rice and curd rice !!!
 
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