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bhaji

(ˈbɑːdʒɪ)
n, pl -ji, -jis or -jia
(Cookery) an Indian savoury made of chopped vegetables mixed in a spiced batter and deep-fried
[C19: from Hindi bhājī fried vegetables]
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bhaji

[ˈbɑːdʒi] nbhaji m (beignet indien aux légumes)
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Cove Tandoori, of Farnborough, Hants, admitted the bhaji was unfit for human consumption.
The pounds 19.95 option includes two poppadoms with chutney; chicken tikka; sheek kebab (starters); chicken curry (mild, medium or hot); lamb, beef or prawn biryani; Bombay potato; mushroom bhaji; pilau rice; nan bread.
We also ordered side orders of Bombay potatoes, sag bhaji, chilli paneer, chana bhaji and poppadoms and chutney.
Parents have claimed that the children have fallen ill after eating Pav Bhaji served for breakfast.
It has added new Ready to Heat flavours: Onion Bhaji and Chicken Fried Rice, which are exclusive to Asda, Spicy Chilli Rice, and a limited-edition Smokey BBQ SKU.
A restaurant chef who struck a waiter with a knife resulting in cuts to his arm following a row over an onion bhaji order has been jailed.
While talking to newsmen, the protestors said that the armed men of an influential man have torched their eight homes in Bhaji Mori area and they have also taken away their livestock.
Bombay potato wedges were crisp, fluffy inside and coated in a generous measure of warming spice, but the true winner was the 'blooming' onion bhaji. Like no bhaji I've ever seen before, it looked like the best part of an entire onion, teased apart to create 'petals' that, yes, sort of looked like a flower.
Hot on the heels ofMcDonald's launching its Chicken Nugget baubles,Just Eathas just raised the stakes and is creating the first-ever line of Bhaji Baubles which are made with fresh ingredients, fried in a light batter, and coated in edible gold or silver.
We stuck with our favourites for the first course - chicken tikka ([pounds sterling]3.80) for him and onion bhaji ([pounds sterling]3.20) for me.