Onion bhajis are the perfect snack
to complement to any Indian meal
. However, in the past bhajis are said to have been too fatty for people who are on calorie
s. I have managed to find a recipe that suits the diet needs of many people who like to eat Indian food but find it way too fatty.
To make the onion bhaji you will need a number of different ingredients. The ingredients you will need are as follows:
One large onion, diced into small, square pieces.
195 grams of cooked new potatoes (around ten small new potatoes).
195 grams of cooked chickpeas (around half a large tin).
A teaspoon of curry powder.
One large egg.
1. Dice the onion into small, square pieces and place in a frying pan with a little oil, leaving the pan to heat up and soften the onions slightly. Leave the onion in the frying pan for only a short period of time until they are soft – do not let them start to brown!
2. Drain the new potatoes and the chickpeas and place them into a bowl and then mash them rigorously until they form a smooth paste.
3. Add the onion to the paste mixture, along with the curry powder and stir well. Now add the egg and shape the bhajis into a rounded shape. You should be able to make at least eight, depending on how large you make them.
4. Place the bhajis into the oven at a low light and cook them for around twenty minutes or until they are golden brown.