Bhajia Recipe | How To Make Homemade Bhajias | Varun Inamdar feat. Fitness Special with Royston

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Learn How To Make Homemade Bhajias, an Indian Snacks Food Recipe, from The Bombay Chef - Varun Inamdar and Royston only on Get Curried. Make Easy Bhajia Recipe in simple, quick and easy method, at your home and share your experience with us in the comments below.

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Ingredients:-
For the Kanda Bhajiyas:-
Onions, thinly sliced
1 bowl Gram Flour
Green Chillies
1 tsp. Coriander seeds, crushed
1 tsp. Turmeric powder
1 tsp. Red chilli powder
1 tsp. Carom seeds
½ tsp. Asafoetida
2 tsp. Rice flour
Salt to taste
Oil for frying

For the Aloo and Mirchi Bhajiyas:-
Potatoes, thinly sliced
Bhavnagari Green Chillies, slit
Green chillies, thinly sliced
1 bowl Gram Flour
2 tsp. Rice flour
1 tsp. Turmeric powder
1 tsp. Red chilli powder
1½ tsp. Fennel seeds
Salt to taste
Water
Oil for frying



Method:-
Kanda Bhajiya:-
- In a bowl, mix the batter ingredients and sliced onion without water and fry in oil until crisp and golden brown.

Aloo and Mirchi Bhajiya:-
- In a bowl, mix the batter ingredients with water.
- Dip the sliced potatoes in the batter and fry until golden brown.
- Same way, fry the slit chillies by dipping them in the batter until crisp.


Bhajia Platter is ready to eat! HAPPY COOKING!!!

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Pakora also called pikora, pakoda, pakodi, fakkura, bhajiya, bhajji, bhaji or ponako, is a fried snack , originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is a popular snack across the Indian subcontinent, where it is served in restaurants and sold by street vendors. It is also often found in Indian restaurants as well as South Asian restaurants in the Western world.
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