Tikka Masala Onion Fritters

Tikka Masala Onion Fritters

Generally speaking, I am a huge fan of fritters. My parents grew eating these in India whenever it rained. We love bhajiyas ( fritters) to warm up your insides when it is dreary & cold out. In the US we had bhajiyas in the winter. Easy food that had few ingredients. I love the prep because it is only 10 minutes. I have created an easy way to incorporate Bebe’s All Natural Tikka Masala sauce as my own twist on a classic.

Ingredients:

1 1/2 cups Chickpea flour

1 large onion cut into rings

1/4 cup water

1 -2 tablespoons cut cilantro

1 teaspoon Baking Soda

Vegetable/Corn oil for frying

Instructions:

Cut the onions into rings. Then place into a large mixing bowl. Add chickpea flour & massage onions to release the water.

Next add splash of water. You want a thick liquid. Add the rest of the ingredients.

Next warm up oil place on medium. After a few minutes test the oil by dropping some batter. If it floats – you are ready! Slowly drop onions into mixture. I use tongs to remove once it is golden brown. Make sure not to drop too thick clumps as it is difficult to cook through. Enjoy!

One response to “Tikka Masala Onion Fritters”

  1. spoonfulofcrumbs – My story always begins in Asia. I'm from a place that is gentle like the wind but fierce in dreams and ambitions. From there, I mindlessly navigated the streets of LA before I lived with purpose in the MidWest. The MidWest is a place that allows me to enjoy the space, the change of seasons, and the un-stressful commute of daily life. And, though the Winters can be mentally and physically brutal at times, my curiosity continues as I witness the opening and closing of each season. This creative space is an interlocking of discovery – between food and community, the new and different, the eclectic, the old, the thriving markets and shops, and my own aspirations to be a functional cook. This space is a blend of my past, present, and the near and far future. Come join me! Photo Credit: Alexander Ow via UnsplashI
    spoonfulofcrumbs says:

    This sounds amazing!

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