December 23, 2010

Chilli Bajjis



My last post was very sweet ;o), so thought of posting something spicy. Above is a photo of one of the many bajji stalls in mysore exhibition during Dasara. Chillis decorating the stall will eventually be used to make  yummy bajjis.

Bajji is a famous fried snack in India, it is made by taking one or two ingredients such as Onion, Potato, Chilli, or ocasionally bread and dipping them in a batter of gram flour and then deep-frying them. 

Closer look at the chillis

19 comments:

  1. Mmmmmm! Now I'm hungry! I do love chillis! The bajji sounds delicious! Great shots as always, Sam! Hope you have a great day! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  2. Great shots, Anthony. I had to do a double take at first. I didn't realize those were chili peppers until I read your post.

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  3. Chilli decoration is lovely. Wouldn't have noticed if you had not mentioned it. :)

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  4. That looks just like the kind of place I would want to stop! I like "spicy" and the Chile peppers look wonderful. Your photos make the event very inviting!

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  5. I should love to taste these chillis as a fried snack!

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  6. this is a good one!!1
    :) Now I am feeling hungry!!!
    :)

    Nice shot!!

    Bhupesh

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  7. Really nice colour :-) and green has allways been my favourite!!

    ...and don`t forget your adress please...

    Hugs from Anne with great wishes for you this Christmas.

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  8. The bajjis sound delish, and I love spicy food! I used a lot of red chillies in my cooking.

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  9. Such vibrant colour, great shots.

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  10. fabulous photos... I could nearly be there :)

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  11. Love the color of the chillis!

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  12. This looks like anaheim pepper. We love to stuff this with cheese.

    Happy New Year.

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  13. Love those peppers!

    Christmas Tree Ornaments with sentimental values, happy holidays!

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  14. The Chillies look great. I am wondering why Mysore Delhi papad?

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  15. Those look good. The chilis of course and the bajjis. And it looks nice and warm near that stand.

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