About this recipe: A healthier alternative to the deep-fried onion bhajis you find in Indian restaurants. These are baked and exceedingly tasty. They are sweet, tender and very moreish. Serve as an appetiser or starter.
If your local supermarket doesn't stock chickpea flour, you can find it in Indian speciality stores.
lovely, I didn't have any turmeric in but couldn't wait to make them so did it without and still tasty. Not greasy at all. - 01 Nov 2010
I was so pleased to be able to make these without frying.. And they were fabulous as well. Be careful not to burn the bits that stick out, that was the only complaint I had. - 27 Aug 2010
so easy apart from crying over onions.i did them for bonfire night,good job i did three batches,they were gone in 15 mins.now everytime we have a party,people want more!! the type of flour used goes by different names eg.Besan, Gram flour and can be found at Asda or Asian stores - 22 Nov 2012