bhaji

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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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He also explores Port of Spain's market in search of ingredients to make grilled tamarind tofu with callaloo pesto and goes in search of more fantastic local ingredients to serve up okra onion bhajis with mango chutney.
Serve 2 bhajis per person, sprinkled with the extra coriander.
New New Bengal, Gosforth Reviewed by us just last month, New New Bengal got a four-star rating, with our reviewer singling out its onion bhajis for praise.
I was served four small bhajis which was the perfect amount (other restaurants have served two large bhajis which have been too much for a starter).
It was a flat bhaji - amazing how widely bhajis can change shape with some the size of tennis balls - but passed this bhaji veteran's taste test.
My dish featured four onion bhajis served on a white plate with some salad dressing and a slice of lemon in a handy little squeezer.
The curry was well under way and Jo then made onion bhajis. They are a favourite snack with her family.
The Bundobust branch in Manchester; and, far left, typical Indian cuisine Biryani bhaji balls, bhel puri and onion gobi bhajis
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3 For the bhajis, tip the flour, spices and bicarb into a bowl with a pinch of salt.