Kadachakka Bajji is a tasty snack that can be relished during evenings with a cup of hot chai. These easy to prepare bajjis are a delicious culinary delight. You will discover Kadachakka Bajji as a popular snack with street side vendors. it. Also termed Breadfruit Bajji, the dish is unique and special with thinly sliced Breadfruit dipped in a thick spicy batter and deep fried to a golden brown color. You can prepare breadfruit in different variations ranging from cooking, boiling, grilling, deep frying and roasting and each variation has its own special taste and flavor. Breadfruit is an energy booster and the fiber content in it helps in decreasing cholesterol and triglycerides that causes heart disease. You can explore a well detailed Breadfruit Bajji here that can be easily prepared at home. Enjoy the nutritious snack with your family.
Peel Kadachakka (Breadfruit), cut and remove the core and all porous portions of the flesh and slice the Kadachakka into small pieces (with same width as shown in above picture) and keep the pieces separately.
Take Kadalamaavu (Bengalgram Flour) in a bowl, add Red Chilli powder and Salt along with required quantity of water and mix them together and make it in paste form. Keep the paste aside.
Heat oil in a Cheenachatti and dip the Kadachakka pieces in the Paste (already prepared and kept aside) and put them into the hot oil, stir it occasionally and cook the pieces properly in medium flame.
When both sides of the Bajjis are cooked/fried properly, take them out and keep in a serving plate/ Container. The deicious bajjis are ready. Serve with Tomato Sauce/Green Chutney.
Myself, Sobha Kesavan, a retired Accountant in a MNC based in Delhi, where I was staying for 26 years. Afterwards, moved to Bangalore and stayed there for about 4 years and then shifted to my native place ( in Thrissur district), Kerala, along with my husband. My two sons and both daughters-in-law are working out of Kerala as Software Engineers.
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