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Old 06-14-2018, 08:30 PM   #11
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I use chick pea flour for making onion bhajees. Really good.

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Old 06-17-2018, 04:26 AM   #12
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I use chick pea flour for making onion bhajees. Really good.

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Would you mind sharing your recipe? We adore onion bhajees.
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Old 06-17-2018, 06:39 PM   #13
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Here ya go,
1 and 1/2 cups chick pea flour
1 to 2 teaspoon Garam masala. I make my own.
1 to 2 onions sliced and quartered
Water to mix. Mix until thick and sticky. I use my hands. I like to add some shredded silver beet as well, or spinach if you prefer.
Deep fry.
Serve with date and tamarind chutney and rhaita. My rhaita is yoghurt fine minced onion with grated cucumber. Or chopped mint. Depending on personal preference .
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Here ya go,
1 and 1/2 cups chick pea flour
1 to 2 teaspoon Garam masala. I make my own.
1 to 2 onions sliced and quartered
Water to mix. Mix until thick and sticky. I use my hands. I like to add some shredded silver beet as well, or spinach if you prefer.
Deep fry.
Serve with date and tamarind chutney and rhaita. My rhaita is yoghurt fine minced onion with grated cucumber. Or chopped mint. Depending on personal preference .
Thank you. I have copied and pasted it into the appropriate recipe folder on my computer. We usually call them pakora when there is other stuff than onion and seasoning in the batter.

Do you do them in a deep fat fryer or is it possible to do them in a skillet and flip them? Any preferred type of fat for frying?
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Thank you. I have copied and pasted it into the appropriate recipe folder on my computer. We usually call tm pakora when there is other stuff than onion and seasoning in the batter.

Do you do them in a deep fat fryer or is it possible to do them in a skillet and flip them? Any preferred type of fat for frying?
I use a deep fryer but you could do them in a small pot of oil.

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