Feb 7, 2015

Crispy Bread Bajji Recipe / Bread Pakora Recipe

Bajji is what i love to have with a hot cup of chai. I make them with any veggies or even papadum. But my favourite bajji is made with bread. It is soft in the middle and crispy outside. Normally bajji batter is made with gram flour and rice flour. But this time i added some wheat flour to it and it tasted just yum..

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Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..

Preparation Time : 5 mins
Cooking Time : 1 to 2 min per batch
Serves : 5


Wheat Flour / Atta - 1/2 cup
Gram Flour / Besan / Kadalai Mavu - 1/4 cup
Rice Flour / Arisi Mavu - 1/4 cup
Baking Soda / Cooking Soda a pinch
Salt to taste
Chilli Powder - 1 tsp
Carom Seeds / Ajwain / Omam - 1/2 tsp
Chat Masala Powder - 3/4 tsp
Water as needed
Bread Slices - 4 to 5
Oil for Deep frying


Cut bread into small cubes, or as you wish. Heat oil for deep frying.

Make batter by mixing all ingredients except bread and oil to a thick batter.

Now dip the bread pieces in batter and deep fry them in hot oil till golden and crisp.

Serve hot with ketchup.


Take all your ingredients

Take wheat flour in a bowl

Add in gram flour and rice flour

add in ginger garlic paste

add in salt and chilli powder

add in some chat masala powder

and some ajwain / carom seeds or omam

pour water

add in a pinch of baking soda / cooking soda

make a thick batter

now take your bread slices

cut into squares

just like this

dip the squares in batter

coat on both sides

deep fry in hot oil till golden

drain it

serve hot with some ketchup

yum yum


  1. Wow aarthi superb

  2. Very delicious recipe. I made it often. Spread some green chutney on bread slices and piece of paneer. Then make it. Please.
    Yasmin, Bangladesh.

  3. Made bread pakora today for chai. Easy and a Hit snack. We all loved the pakora. Love your blog. Thanks

  4. @Sarmau can skip if u dont like. It makes it crispy and puffy.

  5. mmm delicious!! i love this bread!

  6. Hi,aarthi can I know which bread have used to do this? Thanks :)

  7. can i use baking powder??

  8. @Anonymousi have used brown bread, u can use any bread

  9. @Ambika Rathnamit makes it crispy, you can skip it as well


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