Fresh Mozzarella balls diced to your preference (you do not want to cut them too thin)
For the batter:
1/2 cup of either gram flour or all purpose flour
spices of your choice (I used rosemary, and some herb De Provence)
1 tsp ground peppers or
I used 1 tsp of rasam powder
1 cup of bread crumbs
Water to make batter consistency of pancakes or slightly thicker (FOR FLAVIA)
Heat sufficient oil to fry
Make the batter fairly thick
Keep the mozzarella slices, the batter and the bread crumbs organized and follow the pick, dip, roll and drop formula
Pick up a slice, dip in the batter until it is covered
Then roll them a few times in the bread crumbs
Then drop them gently in the oil
Keep the heat in medium, so that the outer shell and the inner batter layer have time to cook – should not take too long at all –
When the color is just right (see photo) remove them from the pan and drain in a paper-toweled colander
Serve Hot – with your favorite dip –
I made a really quick yogurt dip which i will blog soon Happy snacking
delicious and very unique bhajji
yums yo :))Infinite times better than school carp!!
this would be really good to snack
Say cheese Love this..
You are making this pregnant woman hungry!!!
this is a winner all the way !
Lovely bajjis…looks yummy
Yummy bhajji…unique and looks perfect.
Very innovative. Never thought of using mozarella for bajjis..
Thanks all @ gayathri and sowmya, wish I could claim to the innovative part – it is sold here in most Italian restaurants and as frozen food .. but always good making at home because we can tweek it to our tastes…
@ Rachel, I promise to make you a frresh batch of them if you would like to visit me
lovely bajji and my fav tooo
Hey I wish I were living close to your home too!Looks awesome.
yummy!! Mozzarella bhajjis sound like a lovely & tasty snack!
I am glad to have discovered your blog
oh boy, that is flavorful and delicious bhajjis!
I love Mozarella stuffed sticks available in the shops but have never made the bhajias. I love the idea!! Thanks for sharing the recipe.
What an awesome fried bhajji!! looks delicious
oh love this such a cool starter!
This is such a great but fatty snack. We always order it in restaurants. Now, I can try it at home as well
@ Priya Y, I agree with both your observations – which is why it's a once in a while indulgence
OOOh yumm! I love anything deep fried. Your fried mozzarella are making me drool!
Thanks for inviting me to the event. Ive added it to my page.
I have bought these but never made them. Thanks for the recipe. I plan to add these to my "make soon – list".