Welcome to my low calorie healthy onion bhajis.
Just the mention of the words “onion bhajis” and I am desperate for some. I have loved them since I was little.
I remember going out to the Indian restaurant with my parents (probably from the age of eight and onwards) and I would be really boring and always have the same thing. Onion bhaji for starter, butter chicken with chips or rice and some naan bread. It was delicious every time and I always got excited over tucking into some Indian food.
But marrying someone that hates Indian food means that it is something that is very rare. Plus if you add to that living in Portugal where there is hardly any Indian restaurants then you are pretty much screwed. When I lived in England there would be about four Indian restaurants in my small local town. Yet now there are six. This has always meant that they have been in competition with each and the food remains amazing.
Fast forward to Portugal and there are like 4-5 of them in the whole of the Algarve and this is an area of about 10 different local towns. And I am yet to find an Indian restaurant that is within a 1 hour drive that is any good.
So I am left just making my own, but again when you are making for one it just doesn’t seem worth it. So I always end up just making some onion bhajis as they are easy and simple and I don’t have to share them with anyone!!!
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Welcome to my low calorie healthy onion bhajis. Just the mention of the words “onion bhajis” and I am desperate for some. I have loved them since I was little.
- Peel your onions and sweet potato. Using your spiralizer chop up the onions and the sweet potato and place in a large mixing bowl.
- Add your seasoning and mix well.
- Use the egg to combine it and add a little flour if it is not thick enough.
- Put a baking sheet in the bottom of your airfryer and place your onion bhajis on top. Cook for 15 minutes on 200c until they are cooked through.
I also love to have my onion bhajis with some Greek yoghurt on the side to dip into.