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Monday, July 6, 2009

Goli Baje

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Goli Baje


Mangalore every restaurant will have it as a default snack, freshly made and served during evening tea time. 'Goli' means round shape and 'Baje' means deep fried in oil. Its slighty crispy outside and soft inside, name itself is so attractive, kids will surely love it. Being a Mangalorean, loved to eat it when my mother used to make it as a evening snack. Me and my brother named it as 'Amoeba' because of it shape. Its difficut to get a perfect shape of this baje, shape differ from one another as they puff up when deep fried. It was fun making an eating during childhood.

Here is how my mother make these goli baje, she make it little bit sweet. As it can be made sweet or savour. This goes to Sia's event for RCI-Udupu & Mangalorean Cuisins, event started by Lakshmi of Veggie Cuisins



Ingredients

3/4 cup Maida/ All purpose flour
1/4 cup curd
3-4 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp green chilly chopped
1/2 tsp ginger chopped
pinch of Baking soda
Salt as per taste
Oil for deep frying



Method

1. In a mixing bowl, mix in the curd, green chilly, ginger, sugar, baking soda and salt.
2. Now add the flour and mix them without any lumps in it. Batter should be the consistency of the pakoda batter. If its thick add some water.
3. Keep it aside for two hours.
4. Heat oil in a deep frying pan. Take the batter with fingers or using a spoon and drop them in the oil. Take a small amount at a time they will increase in size like urad daal wada's.
5. Deep fry it they are golden brown. Serve hot.




Goli Baje





Goes to
RCI-Udupi & Mangalore



Keep visiting for more recipes from my home town :)!!

21 comments:

Sanghi said...

Wow, Archana yummy! Looks like our bonda. Exact round balls look lovely!

jayasri said...

wow, looks so nice, just like jamoons, i have bm 'ed it.

Shama Nagarajan said...

wow..looks perfect round shape...yummy yummy..tasty tasty

Smitha said...

Looks perfectly round and of course yummy.. Bisi bisi idre super

Usha said...

Looks delicious Archana and they have such a lovely and perfect shape!

Sia said...

I was waiting for someone to prepare this much loved Kudla recipe and ur pics simply gorgeous with perfectly round and fluffy golibajes. Thanks Archy :)

Preety said...

what a perfect round shaped baje

Sush said...

gorgeous pictures & perfect round golibaje Archy.

Pavithra Kodical said...

Love goli baje, hmmmm mouthwatering. Udupi Krishna mata ke hodhare Mitra Samaja antha hotel untu alle nanu super goli baje siguttadhe :) Hey hege perfect round madedhe?

Archy said...

Thank you all !!

Pavithra,
Nange gottilde, chennagi round banthu.. kai enda ne hakiddu..

Sireesha said...

Fabulous and gr8 goi baje

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow...looks yum....

Ammu said...

Wow! looks lovely. Perfect round shape. Delicious dish.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Hey,how did you get so perfect round balls!! Excellent Archy::

sangi said...

Goli baje is new to me...sounds soo delicious...perfect rounds...tnx a lot for sharing...

Priti said...

Looks awesome with perfect shape...golden brown...so gud

Vijitha Shyam said...

Wow! looks so good. Nice click too! Perfect entry for the event.

Vani said...

I love goli baje. The one time I tried at home, it did not turn out well. Can't believe you got perfect rounds too. Looks great!

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Wow ..it looks crispy and delicious.

Ranjan R said...

wow....yummy..!!

Rashmi said...

Yumm... really tasty! I had tried golibaje after reading in thatskannada. Need to try once again with your recipe.