Jul 20, 2009

Bhajia or then Crispy Gram flour onions

Take 4-5 table spoons of gram flour ( will getit  in an Indian store).
Add 1/2 T-spoon of Tumeric powder (Indian spice).
Add 1/2 T-spoon of red chilli powder.
Add 2 T-spoons of corriander powder (Indian spice).
Salt to taste.

Bhajia Indian snack

Now add some water and mix well to form a thick batter.
Slice 2 onions and separate them and put them in the batter.

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Now use your hand or a spoon to form small portions of onion wrapped in the batter and deep fry them in HOT cooking oil, till they turn golden brown.


And they enjoy the nice hot and crisp Bhajia's.

Best had with Hot Indian Chai (tea)

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Check out a alternative recipe here – . http://www.yobromofo.com/forum/indian-cuisine/2944-onion-bhajias-recipe-2-a.html

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