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How to make it

  • mix the gram flour,onions,chilli powder,turmeric,salt,corriander leaves and onion seeds well.
  • add water to it,mixing it constantly, to make it into a batter of dropping consistency
  • heat oil in a wok
  • drop the batter in the oil using a teaspoon,into small balls
  • deep fry till golden brown in colour on a medium flame
  • pat the fried bhajis with a kitchen towel to soak excess oil
  • serve hot with salad and tomato ketchup.
  • TIPS:
  • the gram flour shud be enough to coat all the onions well. If ur onion pieces start separating in the oil....that means,ur batter needs some more gram flour.
  • fry the bhajis immediately after the batter is prepared. If the batter is left to stand for long,the onions give out moisture making the batter very liquid, and frying very difficult.

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    " It was excellent "
    mumoftwo ate it and said...
    Made these today. So easy and soooooo tasty! Thank you!
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  • lovingmybabbyalways 5 years ago
    Can't wait to try.
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  • binky67 5 years ago
    These look soooo good!
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  • kigster 5 years ago
    Oh, thanks so much! Am planning a taste of India dinner tonight so will give them a go! Sounds delicious!
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  • falafel_fanatic 5 years ago
    This sounds lovely!
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  • irishbarry 6 years ago
    Mmmm Bhajis cant wait to try it looks easy
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  • modelsmom 6 years ago
    We made these yesterday & they were delicious! Made my husband homesick for England, to tell the truth.
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  • nemo 6 years ago
    This sounds really yummy!
    Is this recipe similar for "chili bites" as we call them in South Africa? that would be something Id love to make.

    Also "samoosas" are divine (veg ones and beef or chicken ones, not pork), if you have a recipe for those id be very happy!

    Thanks for sharing this.
    nemo
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  • dixiejet 6 years ago
    YUUUM ! This DOES sound good !!!
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  • mellian 6 years ago
    This sounds delicious!
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  • indian chef 6 years ago
    hey sheba.gram flour is a very popular ingredient found in indian stores....if u visit calgary,u might b lucky to find some.if not,try 3 portions of cornmeal with one portion of rice flour......have never tried this myself so can assure u that it will turn out well...but this is the closest substitute i can think of....good luck.do give me ur feedback after uve tried it.
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  • sheba 6 years ago
    CanI substitude another flour. I've never seem gram flour and would really like to try this recipe.
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  • krumkake 6 years ago
    What a great post - with excellent instructions for us "first-timers"...thank you so much!
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  • discocmr 6 years ago
    These sound absolutely fabulous! I hope to try them soon. MMMMM....
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  • decobabe 6 years ago
    Wonderful. Can't wait for cooler weather to try them.
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  • thepiggs 6 years ago
    Oh, I had the most fabulous bhajis when I was in England but haven't been able to get ones like them here. I am delighted that you have posted this. I will try them! A trip India Emporium for supplies is in my future!
    Thanks so much!!!
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    " It was excellent "
    dee ate it and said...
    I love Bhajis ! I love Bhajis !
    I'm gunna make these :-)
    If I had not just had breakfast I would go make some right now.
    The extra tips are very useful for someone who has never made them. Great post. I look forward to more of your recipes.
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