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Mix dry contents thoroughly in a 2 pint bowl

Add one square inch fresh ginger, diced

Add 1-3 fresh green chilies, finely chopped

Add sea salt as desired

Add 500ml filtered water, mix thoroughly & quickly, beat well, freeze what you don’t need. Refrigerate for ½ hr-4 hrs, as suits. If mix is too thick, add more water asap. It thickens a bit after half an hour or so.

Slice your choice of veg to a thickness that would steam in 5 minutes.  Immerse well into the batter

Pour 2 inches of sunflower oil into a deep pan. Heat to 180 degrees. A small pan wastes less, but a large pan holds the heat better so the pakoras will cook faster and healthier

Using tongs, slide each slice of veg gently into hot oil.  Turn occasionally until golden on both sides

Remove and allow to drain on kitchen roll

Best eaten with friends, but hide some for yourself, they won’t last long!


Onion Bhajias: slice onions, add some batter, mix up, follow as above but start cooking at 170 degrees. 
Serve with a squeeze of lemon, chutney or raita.  Great with salad, soup, stew, alone & in picnics/lunch boxes. 


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