Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Fritters - Chocolates,Eggs,Bread

A nip in the air and our taste buds ached for something fried to go along with the steaming cuppa !


Fritters (Bajjis) were the unanimous choice !! The veggies were given a miss because of the soaring prices - the fridge and the pantry threw us these 3 Muskeeteers !!
Chocolates, Eggs, Bread

While Eggs n Bread in Fritters is something i make often, my hubby got pretty excited about chocolates --- why not chocolate fritters he asked me? !! He was looking forward to the explosion of flavours and together we set out by getting the savoury batter ready !


A peek in to the Delights--





Here's a look in to the ingredients for the Batter---
  • Chickpea Flour/Gram Flour (Besan) - 1 cup
  • Corn Flour - 2 tbsp
  • Red Chilli Powder - 1 tbsp - to taste
  • Turmeric Powder - 1/2 tsp
  • Cumin Powder - 1 tsp
  • Salt - to taste
  • Sugar - 1/2 tsp
  • Water - as required
  • Oil - for deep frying


The 3 Musketeers ---
  • Chocolates - (I used Bounty)
  • Eggs - 2 ( boiled, peeled n halved)
  • Bread - 2 (halved diagonally)


The main part was getting the batter ready and of course to heat up the oil in a frying pan .
In a mixing bowl add all the ingredients and add water little by little to get a thick consistency.



The chocolates needs to be coated thoroughly. Drop them in the hot oil and let it deep fry till golden brown. Remove and put the fritters on an absorbent paper.









Repeat the same for the rest of the chocolates, as well as eggs and Bread !



Serve hot with Sauce or any other accompaniment of your choice. !



Verdict for the Chocolate fritters---

Truly a revelation ! Loved the fusion of flavours !! A cocktail of savoury,sweet  and deep fried is no doubt a trip to sin-land and back--- but we really loved it !
My hubby was very pleased that his suggestion proved a hit.




Egg Fritters as well as the Bread Fritters was delightful too ! Overall a well spent Tea Time



Enjoy !


32 comments:

  1. wow nice one kids will enjoyyy bounty fritters.

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  2. Hi priya, Lovely nice step by step recipes, Came here to wish you and your family a very happy new year, been very sick and not bothered about blogging :)

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  3. ey,

    Havent thought about fritters with bounty!!Bounty is my all time favorite chocy!!:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  4. Innovative recipe n loved step by step pics..

    Kurinji kathambam

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  5. Your blog posts are getting better and better each day! really rocking recipe

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  6. lovely idea. kids will love these fritters...

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  7. Wow,looks fantastic!I know they will taste the same :)

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  8. Chocolate fritters???? that is one of the most creative uses of chocolate I have ever seen !

    US Masala

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  9. Oh dear that is very creative, kids will find it a sweet surprise..looks great.

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  10. too good!...and more over u used Bounty...thats my fav.. tho I enjoy almond joy which we find here in US...bounty is my fav...pakodis are truely good for our weather now and chocolate bajji!...yumm!

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  11. Very creative and great creation! So yummy...

    http://treatntricl.blogspot.com

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  12. Nice fritters! Fried mars bars ( mars delish chocolate in UK) and fried oreoe cookies are ultimate comfort foods!

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  13. @ Priya (elaichii) - u rright, have relished fried oreo cookies, but chocolate fritters is a first for me !

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  14. Looks delicious. Love the bounty fritters.

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  15. The chocolate fritter is truly an innovative idea. Must have tasted great!

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  16. lovely and droolworthy chocolate fritters.

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  17. Delicious fritters,perfect snack for the cool evenings,chocolate fritters tops it all.

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  18. wow, these look irresistible.

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  19. Fritters with chocolate,thats looks sooo tempting, irresistible fritters..

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  20. Chocolate bhaji / fritters.. Who wudnt love it...

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  21. Oh wow! Looks like you were on a deep-frying frenzy! Everything looks tasty!

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  22. I have never tried chocolate fritters but those look so tasty!

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  23. bounty is one of my all time favorite treat.
    love the recipe, thanks for sharing
    best wishes,
    Roxana

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  24. This is so creative!!! Never seen such a fritter before! Cool ;)

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  25. Whooo, thats really a party'...I would like to self-invite myself...for this creative snacks:)

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  26. sure its a hit among kids....fantastic recipe..
    Tasty appetite

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  27. Chocolate Bhajji's? Totally delightful!!

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  28. I have never seen a deep fried egg. What an adventure you had! It sounds like fun.

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  29. I am drooling over your chocolate fritters.

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  30. Bounty Bhajji looks yum. Must try

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