Vegetable Bajji or Bhajiya are nothing but battered and deep fried veggies!
REPOSTING THIS: So I’ve got a recipe video tutorial for you guys. In case you follow me on various social media channels (which if you don’t yet, you should!), I started posting these quick Tasty-style videos. I’m having fun and recording cooking videos and I hope you guys have fun watching them! Not a pro yet, but I hope to learn along the way! 🙂 Your feedback is welcome!
Anyway, back to the post – the BHAJIYA or South Indian BAJJI. Deep fried Besan-coated veggies! A snack loved by one and all in India! 🙂
This Iyengar Bakery Style Masala Khara Buns is flavorful in every bite!
The last time I made Masala Khara Buns, I told myself I’d make them over and over again. The flavor of mint with bread is unmistakably one of the best combinations I’ve ever tried.
So here is Khara Buns – take 2. Only this time, I made this the traditional way – with refined flour (and not whole-wheat, like last time).
Paruppu Kuzhambu – A simple Tamil-style one-pot Sambar
Sambar is synonymous with South Indian cuisine. It is served along with almost every meal – breakfast / lunch / dinner
While the coconut-based Sambar is flavorful, delicious and my favorite way of cooking the dish – if you’re looking to make a simpler version of the Sambar, then you can use this recipe.