Nothing like the picture on the pack
Not very much like onion bhajis - even when cooked well! Why change the tried and tested recipe to this very unappetising mush.
I have missed them!
Not had them for awhile. Scrolling through favourites listing, I began to instantly think about grating cucumber into plain yoghurt, with lime pepper & whatever to dip them in! . Past purchases found them soft inside a just crisp covering - perfect for dipping in doctored yoghurt.
I liked them,i eat them cold....always have done :)
Fab when cooked properly and eaten hot!
As others have mentioned - reheat them on the top shelf of a pre-heated oven until they start to crisp up - if you're using them from chilled they'll need longer than the instructions state. I always blot mine on kitchen roll when they're almost ready, then return them to the oven to finish in order to get a better texture. Finally, eat them while they are hot - lukewarm bhajis go flabby! Lovely with a crispy salad.
I too overcook them and they really crisp up well. I'm not a big fan of Indian cuisine but I thoroughly enjoyed these with a salad.
They are yummy! I cook them for a bit longer, they
They are yummy! I cook them for a bit longer, they come out lovely and crispy and are delicious!
Very tasty i buy these every week as my little treat with mango chutney
It's a 'Yes' from me!!
Fantastic Onion Bhajis.... I've bought them from other supermarkets and they were not half as good.
Delicious, but wish they were not in plastic.
Very tasty and fit well with the various food allergies and intolerances of the family members. The only reason I did not give them 5 stars was the packaging. Why so much plastic? Is it really necessary? Makes me feel guilty about what I'm doing to the planet buying this, so it is only an occasional purchase. If it wasn't for the plastic I'd definitely buy them more often.
Yet more phosphates, sigh.
Phosphates. Phosphates everywhere. Damages kidneys and endocrine systems.