Bread bajji

Bread 4 slices
Rice flour 2 tea spns
Besan 5 tea spns
Onion cut into small pieces 1
Chilli powder 1 tea spn
Coriander leaves 2-3 strands
Salt as per taste
Asafoetida a pinch
Oil for deep frying

Mix onion, rice flour, asafoetida, chilli powder, coriander leaves, besan with water(It should not be too thin or too thick. Mix to the consistency of bajji flour). Cut off the edges of bread. Make the bread into four pieces. Dip the bread pieces in mixture so that it gets the coating on all sides. Deep fry in oil and serve hot with sauce.

Serves : 2
Preparation time : 10min

5 thoughts on “Bread bajji”

  1. Hi Shilpa,

    Just now, i made your konkani sambar, its good and tasty, tasting different from my regular chennai sambar. I tried your tips on making chapati that also become successful.

    I have one personal question to you or other readers, what is the difference between Vinayaka Chaturti and Sankashti. I keep fasting on Sankasti every month, today is vinayaka chaturti and i kept fasting. Whether, i must keep full day fasting or half day and whether i must have food after seeing moon. I am a south indian and i dont know much about it. Do reply.


    Shilpa: Renuka, I am sorry, I am not aware of details of fasting rituals.

    1. hello renuka,

      sorry for the late reply. happened to see the message right now. every month we will get sankashta hara chaturthi and vinayaka chaturti comes once a year on badrapada masa. it either falls along will gouri festival day or comes the very next day.

  2. Hi Shilpa,
    Thanks for such a wonderful receipe…I used to make besan bread earlier but had no clue of using rice flour n onion. superb !! my husband n son liked it a lot.Thanks.

  3. Hi Shilpa, i’m just a teen girl. I love your all recipes alot. But i had never succeeded in making anything tasty!

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