Sing Bhujiya

September is almost here… and there’s absolutely no sign of getting some sunshine and having a warm climate around :( Looks like I’ll have to continue making soups and other comfort meals until I get some strong spring vibes!

Well, we’re used to this bad/gloomy weather but all what I can think of is about in-laws visiting us soon. I hope they find it bearable for a couple of weeks (hopefully) at least. When I get tired of cooking grand-meals for dinner, I’m sure my mother-in-law will enjoy in a new kitchen (yes, first visit of them) :) I’m so much looking forward to gobble up all those home-cooked, pure desi style meals, cooked by her!!!

To be honest, I always enjoyed cooking with her in past (I got a very little time though) but yes, so much waiting to get her experience of years incorporated in my not-so-modern yet unconventional (or fusion) cooking! Ohhh yes… I might be posting a couple of sweet dishes on this page too, along with traditional gujju dishes!!!

Looks like I’m super-excited to welcome them, yeah? Ohhh yes… I’m! At the same time, I’m super nervous too… Life is gonna change soon! Some twists and turns to take place in a month’s time!!! And as I’ve been saying forever… I’m ready to face challenges that are part and parcel of life :) At least, I won’t be a crying baby… repenting on any of my actions/decisions about life!!!

Huhhhh… Moving on to the recipe :) Just wanted to have something to munch with a cup of ginger tea in this gloomy weather and as I can’t have those super-spicy store-bought sing bhujiya, I made some home ;)

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INGREDIENTS:

1 cup Peanuts
1/2 cup Rice Flour
2-3 tbsp Besan (Chickpea Flour)
1 tsp Black Salt
1/2 tsp Black Pepper Powder (or white pepper, to make it spicier)
Salt, to taste
1 tsp Chat Masala
1 tsp Garlic Powder
Oil, to deep-fry

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STEPS TO FOLLOW:

  1. Take all the ingredients except peanuts in a bowl.
  2. Mix everything well and adjust the spices according to your tastebuds.
  3. Add peanuts in it and gently fold it to cover all of them with batter.
  4. Heat oil in kadai and slide these peanuts carefully in it. Make sure you slide it in sprinkling motion so it gets separated.
  5. Deep-fry until golden brown n crispy outside.
  6. And store it in airtight container once cooled down to room temp.
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