Bhajia recipes

Lentil Bhajias (Vati Dall na bhajia)

Lentil Bhajias (Vati Dall na bhajia)

Chalo garam garam bhajia……enjoy these hot hot bhajias Lentil Bhajia or Vati Dal na Bhajia are a kind of fritters made from ground lentils and spices
Zhoug and Cookery School

Zhoug and Cookery School

I made the zhoug last weekend as I knew that my family would love it with my vati dall na bhajia. back to school Last Saturday, my son and I attended Waitrose Cookery School for a day of vegetarian cookery
Kachoris with Lilva Tuver and Masoor  Dall

Kachoris with Lilva Tuver and Masoor Dall

Lentil Bhajias (Vati Dall na bhajia) – Dall Fritters. Hot and spicy Kachoris are one of my favourite snacks Kachoris can be made with lots of different fillings but I usually make them with mung dall
July 2015 Favourites List

July 2015 Favourites List

"Kaanda Bhajia". This month's pictures are from the lavender fields of Provence. There is something unique about the light in that part of the world, which has attracted some of the world's greatest artists to draw and paint there
Gram Dal Bhajia

Gram Dal Bhajia

2) Drain the water and Grind the Gram dal along with turmeric/Ginger paste and salt(Dont make very fine paste)
Tarkari na bhajia (onion bhajia)

Tarkari na bhajia (onion bhajia)

Put the onion, potato, carrot and banana in a large bowl and add the green chillies, ground chilli, fresh coriander, lemon juice, cumin and ajowan
Rice bhajias (Rice fritters)

Rice bhajias (Rice fritters)

Rice bhajias are my old time favourite comfort food for weekend snack.   If it rises up -the oil is ready for frying the bhajias
Sweet Potato and Onion Pakoras

Sweet Potato and Onion Pakoras

  I have several bread bhajia pakoras recipes  in my blog and this one is just another variation. The seeded bread is the best as it gives the bhajias a unique flavour
Ghugni Chaat, Bengali Street Food

Ghugni Chaat, Bengali Street Food

And in mount abu (my hometown) I always chose pyaz ki kachori and kadi bhajia over any other dish. I have a secret love affair with Indian street food

Bhajia sauce

1. Grate the coconut meat and place in a liquidiser with the remaining ingredients. Blend until smooth, adding a little water if the mixture seems too thick