Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Experiment Food

Is it raining outside why don't we have garam garam mirchi bajji's . Yes I know we need to get hold of Chillies first. Last weekend we visited chilli farming got hold of variety of chillies. I washed few variety of chillies and kept in the freezer to use year long.
For the remaining chillies I made Mirchi Bajji blogged by Lakshmi from "myrasoi". What can I say picture says it all. It tasted like the ones we get near road side wheeler. Slit these fried chillies in the middle serve with finely chopped red onion, Chat Masala and few drops of lemon juice.

For a variation I have tried Cut Mirchi too, blogged by lakshmi. They are absolutely perfect. These stays in fridge for a weak. Just warm up in microwave and serve with finely chopped Red Onion, Lemon juice and Chat Masala.

Wow Lakshmi thank u very much for your recipe, this one is a keeper.

Chilli Farm (this one is absolute heaven.)

© 2007 by Rajani Rayudu


Asha said...

Looks great Rajani.I will go and check out Lakshmi's!:)

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Lakshmi said...

Thanks Rajani, after so long I am visiting your blog, thanks for linking me up. Nice dishes Rajani.

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

hoo love these ....they look irresistable...

swapna susarla said...

Hi rajani
mirchi bajji looks nice..

Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Asha
Thanks for visiting.

Hi Laxmi
Will get back to u. Thanks for your interest.

Hi Lakshmi
Thanks andi and for your recipe too.

Hi dr. Soumya
It tasted awesome. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Hi Swapna
Thanks and keep up the good work. You are posting a lot of recipes, it is really good.


praveena said...

Hi Lakshmi/Rajani:

I love mirchi bajji.That's my all time fav food.I would really appreciate if you could post this recipe to me.

Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Praveena,

I can't post your request. It is Lakshmi's recipe. Thought to give her blog address, but sorry.

Any way try these sites........

1) For Mirapakaya Bajji:

2) For cut mirchi:

What I do is prepare mirchi bajji first as we normally do, then cut the pieces and deep fry again, it becomes cut mirchi.