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So good! Love all the spice. May add a little more water next time as I wasn't sure about the batter. Went great before having Mulligatawny soup.
well it appears to be good and worth a try
Love onions and chick peas so this was a winner for me ,thanks alot
Loved these! Easier than I expected to make and even better than the ones we have at our local Indian place. Perfect with the Curry I made. Added this to my favorites collection. ZWT6
Loved the Indian spicing and they were a crunchy crispy treat at brunch. We enjoyed ours with a cucumber raita dipping sauce. Next time I might bump up the seasoning as we like heat and spiciness. But there will definitely be a next time! Nade for ZWT6 by a Looney Spoon Phoodie.
I adore onions so this recipe was calling my name. Very easy to make and so delicious. I did not deep fry them, instead I fried them in a fry pan in one-inch of veg oil. I love the warm color that turmeric imparts to dishes. The taste of the chickpea flour is wonderful. All in all, these onion bhajis were perfect. Thanks so much! Made for "More Than Just Curries" tag game.
OH MY! These are so good! 5 Stars hands down. They were also easy to prepare. I had no idea that bhaji were so easy to make. The recipe calls for 2 large onions, but I used one very large Vidalia onion and it was just right. Thanks French Tart. I will be making these again.
Perfect bhaji... better than my favourite Indian restaurant even. Made using 1 1/3 cups of chickpea flour since I don't have a kitchen scale and they worked perfectly. FT's recipes never fail to please.
Made for Photo Tag 2008 Yum YUm YUM I followed the recipe exactly! I only wish I had made raita to go with! Next time for sure. Thanks for an excellent simple starter!~