These bhaji burgers ae the one. The fresh homemade coconut raita makes them!
Switch out the brioche buns for a normal seeded bap to keep it veegs!
Cooking Time (includes preparation time): 30 Minutes
- 3 Red Onions - £0.36
- Cumin Seeds - £0.85
- Ground Coriander - £0.85
- Garam Masala - £0.85
- Mint - £0.70
- Coriander - £0.70
- 150g Coconut Yogurt - £1.25
- 4 Brioche Buns - £0.80
- Gram Flour - £1.00
- Baking Powder - £1.00
- Small Knob of Fresh Ginger - £0.10
- Mango Chutney - £1.00
- Cucumber - £0.50
- Total Cost – £9.95 - This covers absolutely everything. All we assume you have in your kitchen beforehand is SALT, PEPPER AND OLIVE OIL.
- Finely slice red onions. Add to a bowl, with a 2 teaspoons of cumin seeds, 2 teaspoons of garam masala and 2 teaspoons of ground coriander. Add a teaspoon of grated ginger, a tablespoon of chopped coriander stalks, a teaspoon of baking powder, 4 tablespoons of gram flour and 6 tablespoons of water. Mix everything together until it resembles a chunky oniony batter.
- Make your raita. Add coconut yogurt to a bowl. Add a large handful of grated cucumber (squeeze gratings to get rid of excess water), a handful of chopped mint and coriander, salt and pepper. Mix everything together.
- Heat some vegetable oil in a pan. Add a tablespoon of your bhaji batter. Flatten it out and fry for 2-3 minutes on each side until golden brown. Cook 2 bhajis per burger.
- Cut your bap in half and whack it under the grill to toast up.
- Assembly time. Add a big dollop of raita to the bap. Then add a bhaji. Then more raita, then another bhaji. Top with a big dollop of mango chutney and some mint leaves. Take a big bite and enjoy!