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Onion and Cumin Bhaji (gf) (v)

These bhajis are tender on the inside with lovely crispy bits hanging off the sides. Using chickpea flour and rice flour means they’re also a fabulous gluten-free treat that can be enjoyed by everyone.

1 large egg
1 tablespoon lemon juice or apple cider vinegar ⅓ cup water
1 cup chickpea flour
1 tablespoon brown rice flour
1 teaspoon each sea salt and garam masala
1½ teaspoons cumin seeds
½ teaspoon each ground turmeric and baking powder
neutral oil for cooking
2 large red onions, halved and very thinly sliced


purchased tamarind or mango chutney and thick plain yoghurt or coconut yoghurt

EQUIPMENT: Line a flat baking tray with kitchen towels and place a cake-cooling rack on top. Place in a warm oven on a low heat.

Whisk the egg, lemon juice and water together in a large bowl. Beat in both flours, the salt, spices and baking powder to make a thick, smooth batter. If it’s very thick, gradually stir in a little more water to thin slightly.

Heat 3cm of oil in a medium, deep sauté pan until a small cube of bread turns brown

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