SLIMMING WORLD ONION BHAJIS AND RAITA DIP
VEGETARIAN SLIMMING WORLD RECIPE
Ok trust me on this one, if you love your Indian food and onion bhajis are a staple part of a good takeaway, you have to try these, even I was impressed by them..and don’t bother making less, pop any leftovers in the fridge and, as I’ve found out, they magically vanish!
Oh and did I mention, they are syn free!…
Makes around 14-16
Syn Free Onion Bhajis
1 x Sweet potato
1 x Red onion
1 x White onion
240g Tin of chickpeas
2 x Free range eggs
3 x tsp garlic granules
1 x tsp cumin
½ x tsp dried chilli flakes
½ x tsp dried coriander leaf
2 x tsp tandoori spice
⅓ x tsp tumeric
Salt and pepper
Frylite (butter flavour)
For the Raita:
4 x tbsp fat free natural yoghurt
½ x tsp garlic granules
½ x tsp cumin
1 x tsp mint sauce (about ⅓ syn)
1. Pre-heat oven to 160°C.
2. Finely slice onions (and dice any awkward bits left over) and add to frying pan with Frylight.
3. Peel and grate the sweet potato – add to pan and fry for a few minutes.
4. Mix all spices together with a little water (makes it easier to mix in), add to pan.
5. Drain and blend chickpeas in a mixer, add to pan.
6. Whisk eggs and add to pan. Mix well.
7. Spray baking pan with frylight, shape mixture into balls and put into oven.
8. Cook for 40 minutes (turning halfway through).
9. For the raita; mix the yoghurt, garlic granules, cumin and mint sauce in a small bowl.
10. Serve together on a plate with red onion and cucumber on the side.
Absolutely lush! These are a new favourite, I’ll be making them a lot more!
Great cold too, if you want quick-grab snacks for the fridge!
They take a bit of time to make and cook…but it’s so worth it.