One of the things I miss the most about the UK is Indian food. I cannot go out for Indian food in Germany because it is so bland in comparison. Moving to Berlin is what got me making my own curry dishes and thanks to my local asian store I have all the spices to do so.
Tonight was yesterdays leftover curry. The good thing about always making too much is that you have dinner already cooked for the next day. I also decided to make some onion bhaji’s as I already had the ingredients to make these. You can find these in any Indian restaurant and they have always been a favourtie of mine. Serve with some fresh coriander and a cucumber raita.
1 large onion (sliced)
1 tspn cumin
1 tspn garam masala
1 tspn tumeric
2 medium free range eggs (beaten)
3 tbspns flour
fresh coriander (to serve)
- Add the onion and the egg to a bowl and mix together
- Add the garam masala, tumeric and cumin. Then stir in the flour until it is mixed together well
- Heat a large deep pan with sunflower oil or vegetable oil. Make sure the oil is covering the whole of the bottom of the pan. Put this on a high heat
- Once the oil is heated take a tbspn and scoop up a bit of the onion mixture. Drop it into the oil and leave it for 3 mins. Then turn it over. Keep doing this until the mixture is used up
- Take out of the pan and place on kitchen roll to get rid of the oil. Then place in a bowl and serve with fresh coriander