AnuSriram

Ingredients:
  • Onion - 1 big, chopped lengthwise
  • Besan - 1/2 cup
  • Rice flour - 1/4 cup
  • Corn flour - 2 tbsp
  • Chilli powder - 1 tsp
  • Asafoetida powder - 1/2 tsp
  • Ginger garlic paste - 1 tsp
  • Corriander leaves - 1 tbsp, finely chopped
  • Curry leaves - few, finely chopped
  • Salt - as required
  • Oil - for frying
How to make it:

Mix all the flour, chilli powder, asafoetida and salt together. Add the onions, curry leaves, ginger-garlic paste and corriander leaves. Add enough water to make it a very thick batter (not like dough). Heat oil in a deep bottom pan, add the onions 2 - 3 pieces together at a time. Fry until brown. Take it on a paper towel to drain excess oil. Serve hot with a favourite chutney or sauce.


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38 Responses
  1. onion bhajji is loved by everyone right from kid to adult. isn't it...looks droolworthy anu.


  2. Asha Says:

    How nice it would be to have some of these when it's snowing heavy and very cold! :))


  3. Superchef Says:

    what a perfect evening tea-time snack in this weather!!


  4. Priya Says:

    Prefect snacks for winter season...


  5. Vishali Says:

    wow...nice onion bhajjis Anu...perfect for winter weather that we have and no more words if served with a cup of tea or cofee :)

    Thank you for visiting my blog...I am glad u liked my posting.


  6. indosungod Says:

    Oh so good!
    This would have been a perfect yesterday when it was snowing and chilly.


  7. Cham Says:

    It is raining here, would be great to have with cup of tea!


  8. Ashwini Says:

    Thanks for dropping by..Looks yummy..Perfect for this cold weather.


  9. Priya Sriram Says:

    Looks yum and picture perfect Anu! Great job!


  10. kalakku.. Anu... pakkavey supera irukke.. sapptta??? nee london vanthudu paa or naan US varen.. ha ha ha..


  11. Love this bhajji,never tried adding ginger garlic...will do so the next time.Yummy:) Perfect for winter.


  12. Laavanya Says:

    This is my favorite bajji of all... my mom typically slices into thin rounds.


  13. A_and_N Says:

    Aaha! Nice and GOLDEN. Mouthwatering pic :)


  14. Varunavi Says:

    wow lovely with evening tea


  15. I love this and can have this at any time Anu..U made me very much tempted now.


  16. Madhumathi Says:

    My fav bhaji..I can't stop eating onion bhaji..Yours look super!!


  17. Dershana Says:

    all time bajji favourite! great with a hot cuppa tea.


  18. looks perfect and crisy....i hv a wonderful gift for u..check for my mixed dal recipe...


  19. Happy cook Says:

    It is ages ago i made these at home, they look so yummy delicious, wish i had few of them. If i make them i do tend to eat too much of these delicious bhajis.


  20. nice hot bajjis hmmm, need this for this cloudy season!!


  21. Priti Says:

    Yum...wonderful for the rainy days here :)


  22. AnuSriram Says:

    Thank you dear friends for leaving such lovely comments!


  23. Anu Says:

    Aaha... picture tempts me eat suda suda onion bajji! Sudana bajji in this chill climate... so nice :)

    I have added your site to my blog roll. Do link me back if u like mine :)


  24. meeso Says:

    Oh yes! I am addicted to fried goodies... Looks so tempting, wish I was frying for dinner!


  25. pooja Says:

    Your bajjis are looking delicious anu.....


  26. n33ma Says:

    So good for a cold day.......delish!


  27. Ramya Bala Says:

    indha weather ku superb snack anu :)


  28. aquadaze Says:

    just perfect for the rainy days here...we've been having quite a few of those recently..your bhajjis look perfect! And I loved drooling over your rajasthani thali


  29. Meera Says:

    OMG!! I am drooling here. Looks lovely.


  30. Sujatha Says:

    perfect tea-time snack! bhajji looks delicious!


  31. Premyscakes Says:

    It has come out so perfect and very much inviting also.


  32. AnuSriram Says:

    Thank you all for your wonderful comments!


  33. Usha Says:

    Onion bajji looks delicious Anu, wish I could have some now :-)


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  35. Madhavi Says:

    First time here and greattttt recipe collection, keep it up !!!!

    Love this onion bhajji, looks yummmmmm!!!

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  36. vidhas Says:

    Onion Bhajji is my all time favourite. Looks yummy Anu. Thanks for dropping in Janani's blog and for the lovley comments. She was so excited .


  37. Sia Says:

    this has got to be the most loved indian street foods :)


  38. AnuSriram Says:

    Thankyou all for your valuable comments.
    Vidhas, ur Janani is so cute and she has a wonderful blog with barbie theme. I admire her interest in doing this at this age like her mommy. Best wishes!