Sunday, 19 September 2010

Cut Mirchi / Cut chilli fritters

This is a very famous Rayalaseema taste. The chilli bhajis are chopped into small pieces and fry them again until crispy and served with spicy powder, lemon and raw onion.

Cut Mirchi with onion and spicy powder

Unlike the stuffed chilli bhaji, for the cut mirchi recipe you can even choose thin chilli varieties as long as it is long enough.

Prepare the basin batter using salt and pinch of soda. Dip the chilli in the batter and deep fry them.
See Chilli bhaji for the full procedure.

Cut the bhaji into bite size.

Mirchi bhaji chopped into small pieces

Deep fry them until the chilli turns crispy.

Drain and serve them with chopped onion, Pappula podi (Roasted chickpea powder) and lemon juice sprinkled on top.
For spicy powder - Take handfull of roasted chickpea (Pappulu). Grind them along with salt and 1/2 tsp of Cumin / Jeera.

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