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This page refers to the food item. For other uses, see Bhajji (disambiguation)

A plate of onion bhaji (left) with potato pakoras

Bhajji (usually onion bhajji) is a spicy Indian snack consisting of fried onions, similar to potato fritters, which there are almost thousands of different recipes for. It is usually used as a topping on various Indian meals but has now become popular to eat alone as a snack. The basic recipes consist of onions being chopped and then made into a sort of dough with rice and gram flour, spices, and sometimes with herbs, then fried until golden.

Onion Bhajjis are often eaten as starters to main Indian cuisine courses along with Poppadoms and other Indian snacks.

Onion Bhajjis are served best with a side of salad and slice of lemon, or with mango chutney and are traditionally made to a mild taste.

How To Make Onion Bhaji