Bombay bhajis - free on green :)

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  1. niknaks

    niknaks Silver Member

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    1 medium onion
    1 medium sized potatoe- boiled
    can of chick peas- drained
    1 beaten egg
    1/2 tsp baking powder
    2 tsp bombay mix spice (i used the packet bombay potato mix for this)
    1 tsp dried mixed herbs
    salt and pepper

    Fry the onion off in a pan with fry light until tender (approx 5 mins)
    Put in bowl and add the chick peas, boiled potato and mash together.
    Stir in remaining ingredients and form into small balls and put on baking tray. (Should make 20 balls)

    Gas mark 7/220 degrees for 15-20 mins until golden brown (i like mine crispy so left in a bit longer)

    This is compeltely free on a green day!

    I got this recipe out of the100 green recipes book :)

    They are so very tasty- even converted mother to like chick peas after this HA!
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    dehli Silver Member

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    I love these with a vegetable curry. I add lots of spices, whatever's in my cupboard.
     
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    I do these, but with smash, onions and Korma powder.
    Aren't they fabulous?! I'm hungry now...
     
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    Are you ok to mash the chick peas, because I've heard that if we 'play' with some ingredients (ie) mash them, they then don't remain 'free' (ie) the chick pea 'peanuts' I've read about because they are roasted and therefore are different to when they came out of the tin ....
     
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    niknaks Silver Member

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    I think its just fruit as they contain glucose- i dont think chick peas do but thats just a guess. So i assume we're safe to 'play' around with chick peas lol xx
     
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    these sounds great I am going to try them tomorrow night with a vegetable curry - come on the greens
     
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    I finally made these last night, they are delicious, however I accidently left them in the oven a little longer than suggested and they were more like scones. Will definately be making them again
     
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