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|For Onion Bhaji's with that unique British Indian Restaurant quality and taste, simply follow the instructions below for success every time...|
Onion Bhaji is everyone's favourite, whether served as a starter or as a side dish with the main course. Sliced onion, mixed with spices and chickpea flour (gram flour).
"WOW! I have tried many different recipes for Onion Bhaji but this is the *VERY BEST* I have ever tasted! As good as, if not better, than Onion Bhaji's from an Indian Restaurant... and all it took was a few teaspoons of this magical paste..." - Mike D, Scunthorpe.
4 Medium Onions (600g)
| ||6 tsp (45g) of Mr Huda's Onion Bhaji Paste|| |
| ||1 Egg || |
| ||2 Fresh Finger Green Chillis (optional) || |
| ||150g Chickpea Flour (Gram Flour) || |
| ||Fresh Coriander || |
N.B. The onion Bhaji's must be deep fried in medium heat oil to allow the inside to be cooked whilst not burning the outside.
1. Cut the onion into long thin slices and place in a bowl. Then add the egg and the required amount of Mr Huda's Onion Bhaji Paste and mix thoroughly covering all the onions.
2. Now sprinkle in the fresh coriander, the finely chopped green chillis and add the required amount of gram flour and mix thoroughly.
3. Once mixed, shape into round flat patties (dampen your hands with water occasionally to help make neat flat patties ) and place into hot oil. Fry the onion until golden brown (check if the inside is cooked by pressing the centre of the Bhaji, if moist, return to the hot oil for a further few minutes).
Once the Onion Bajees are completely cooked serve with a fresh salad and Mint Sauce.