Cabbage Bajji

by SobhaKesavan

Cabbage Bajji is a delectable mouth watering snack in Indian Cuisine. This is an easy and tasty snack that can be quickly prepared at home. These cabbage fritters are awesome, healthy and a vegan dish too. Serve hot cabbage fritters with mint coriander chutney or tomato sauce. Bread slices can accompany the healthy Cabbage Bajji if you prefer so. Kids finish off the snack in one bite. Serve the delicious bajji hot and crisp. It is important that you should not fry the fritters early. The snack turns cold and soggy. While frying, take care and note that the fritters are not too much browned. For those who are hesitant to consume cabbage, this is a very healthy option. Cabbage is a healthy vegetable packed with nutrients. These crunchies are very delicious with a cup of hot chai. You will discover crisp cabbage bajji served in a plate just vanishing in a moment.

The crunchy and crispy Cabbage Bajji stay fresh for 45 minutes to 1 hour if properly stored. Shredded cabbage leaves are blended with a thick besan batter. The leaves are coated with the batter and deep fried in hot boiling oil to a crisp golden brown color. These can be served as ideal party starters or appetizers. They can be also served as an evening snack with hot masala chai that is both soothing and relishing to the body. There are different variations of bajjis and can be prepared with various vegetables. Veggies are all healthy and very nutritious. And preparing pakoras or bajjis is the easiest way to consume vegetables. You can explore a well detailed bajjis recipe here that can be easily prepared at home. Enjoy the healthy, delicious and wholesome snack with your family and siblings. Let your evening be turned into joyous moments. Good luck.

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Cuisine North Indian
Prep Time 40 minutes
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Cuisine North Indian
Prep Time 40 minutes
Servings
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Ingredients
Votes: 2
Rating: 5
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Instructions
  1. Clean Cabbage leaves and cut them into pieces (or take small sized leaves directly from the Plant itself) and keep them aside.
    Cabbage Bajji – pachakam.com
  2. Take a Bowl/Vessel and add Kadalamavu into it. Add Red Chilli Powder, Turmeric Powder and required quantity of Salt and Water and mix them well and make a batter. Keep it aside for 5 - 10 minutes.
    Cabbage Bajji – pachakam.com
  3. Heat Oil in a Cheenachatti/Frying Pan.
    Cabbage Bajji – pachakam.com
  4. Dip the Cabbage leaves fully in the batter and put it into the hot oil. (4 - 5 pieces can cook at a time) and stir it well.
    Cabbage Bajji – pachakam.com
  5. When one side of the Batter/Bajji is cooked properly, turn it to other side and cook that side also properly.
    Cabbage Bajji – pachakam.com
  6. After both sides of the Bajji are cooked/fried properly, take them out by using a sieve and keep some time to get oil removed fully.
    Cabbage Bajji – pachakam.com
  7. Cabbage Bajji is ready. This Bajji can serve with Tomato Sauce or Coriander leaves/Onion Chutney.
    Cabbage Bajji – pachakam.com
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You can visit this link Chilli Bajji. You can also visit this link Potato Bajji.

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