Onion bhajis, also known as pakoras, are a popular Indian snack loved for their crispy exterior and flavourful onion filling. While they are delicious on their own with chutney or yoghurt dip, these delicious fritters can also be used in a variety of dishes to add a burst of flavour and texture. Our Onion Bhaji kit continues to be a bestseller, and they are so quick to make in the airfryer, so why not try one of these ideas for lunch or dinner? Our kits are use gram flour so are gluten-free too.
Take your burgers to the next level by using onion bhajis as a topping. Simply place a freshly fried or reheated bhaji on top of your burger patty along with your favourite condiments. The combination of the crunchy bhaji and juicy burger creates a delightful fusion of flavours and textures that will impress your taste buds.
For a quick and satisfying meal, wrap a warm onion bhaji in a soft tortilla or flatbread with a variety of fillings. Add fresh lettuce, sliced tomatoes, cucumber, yoghurt sauce, and a sprinkle of chaat masala for an irresistible fusion wrap. This unique blend of Indian and international flavours will leave you craving for more.
Reinvent the classic Indian street food by turning your onion bhajis into a mouthwatering chaat. Crush a couple of bhajis into small pieces and layer them with yoghurt, tamarind chutney, mint chutney, chopped onions, tomatoes, and sev (crispy chickpea noodles). The result is a tangy, spicy, and crunchy explosion of flavours that will leave your taste buds dancing.
Bhaji Salad Toppers:
Add a delightful twist to your salads by using onion bhajis as crunchy toppings. Cut the bhajis into smaller pieces or crumble them over your favourite salad greens, along with some diced tomatoes, cucumbers, and a drizzle of tangy dressing. The bhajis will provide an exciting contrast to the freshness of the salad, making it a delightful and satisfying meal.
Bhaji Stuffed Parathas:
Transform your traditional parathas by incorporating onion bhajis into the dough. Roll out the paratha dough, place a small bhaji in the centre, and fold the dough around it. Roll it out again and cook on a hot griddle with some ghee or oil until golden brown. These stuffed parathas offer a delightful combination of flaky bread and flavorful bhaji filling, perfect for breakfast or lunch.
Onion bhajis are not just limited to being a standalone snack or side dish. So, the next time you whip up a meal, don't forget to experiment and add an onion bhajis or two!