Friday, 19 June 2015

Gattibajje

 Gattibajje
 Gattibajje

The other day I was to meet Sharmila Rao as I was to pick up some books from her. Actually I think that books is just an excuse, I like to meet her.

We decided to meet at Carasid, a local joint for yummy food. I still have to get over the omellete pav stuffed with cheese and smoked chicken, not to forget the delicious Alsande Xauti Biryani that Sunil packed for us.

See start talking about food and I digress…

I happened to mention to Sharmila that I wanted a traditional fitter recipe, she is a traditional specialist by the way and  she rattled this yummy recipe off. She mentioned that she was going to pack some of these for her kiddo in the hostel.

Was it yum?  Well try and then you will know.
 Gattibajje
 Gattibajje

 Gattibajje

Ingredients:
  • 1 ½ cups rice flour
  • ½ cup maida
  • ½ cup butter
  • The oil from pickle (optional)
  • Salt to taste
  • 1 spring curry leaves
  • Oil to fry 

Method:

  • While this is mixed heat oil in a kadhai/wok.
  • Mix the rice flour, maida, butter, curry leaves and oil from the pickle if using. Check the salt use if needed.
  • Knead to a soft dough. Use water only if needed.
  • Pinch off small bits of dough in the hot oil.
  • Fry till light golden.
  • Store in a air tight container.

What else do we have?
Well come back on the 24th to see that…
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15 comments:

  1. Very unusual fritter ! Usage of butter is unique isn't it ?

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  2. Very interesting bajje, that too the oil from pickle addition sounds quite interesting.

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  3. So nice to have a foodie friend in town, right!!!And these fritters must be so crunchy with all that butter!

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  4. So the spice to the bajji comes from the pickle oil? In recipe

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  5. How interesting! The dough is mixed entirely in butter! The end result looks very crisp and crunchy.

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  6. very new bajje..pickle oil sounds intresting addition...

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  7. The recipe does sound very interesting..and to have a foodie for company is great!...

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  8. Pickle oil in a fritter??? Now that's a delicious secret ingredient that'll make them taste amazing. Those fritters look so cripsy & delicious.

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  9. This is a very new recipe to me Archana looks crisp..

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  10. Wow these must have tasted awesome, lovely flavors in there.

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  11. Love the idea of using oil from pickle. That should make it really flavorful right!

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  12. pickle oil must give it amazing flavor!

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  13. Lovely fritters with exotic flavors.

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