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Goli baje recipe | Mangalore bajji recipe | how to make goli baje
Goli baje recipe | Mangalore bajji recipe - a famous tea time snack slightly crispy outside and all soft and spongy inside from south canara, prepared with all purpose flour and curd as main ingredients.Today I'm posting a favourite snack recipe of mine, goli baje recipe.
Onion Bhajis (Kanda Bhaji Recipe)
Crispy Onion Bhajis make the perfect naturally gluten free and vegan snack or starter. Light, crispy, and completely moorish! Hey! Remember last week when I mention that fiiiinally jumped onboard the foodie train and bought myself a Spiralizer? Well it was about damn time! I loved my handy little julienne peeler – it was easy to store,...Read More »
Palak Cabbage Pakora | Spinach and Cabbage Fritters
Spinach and Cabbage Fritters Shredded Spinach: 2 cups Shredded Cabbage: 1 cup Carom seeds/Ajwain/Om kalu: 1 tsp Red chili powder: 1 tsp Salt: As needed Turmeric powder: 1/2 tsp Gram flour/Besan: 1 cup Rice flour: 2 tbsp Fine Rava/Chiroti rava/Cream of wheat: 2 tbsp Hot oil: 1 tbsp Water: Approximately 1 to 1.25 cups
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Poha Croquettes - The perfect snack/appetizer for your kids and family. A gorgeous ball which is super crispy on the outside. And once you bite into the crispy shell, you get to enjoy the mildly flavored soft and cheesy inside. And finally comes the surprise element....
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