A couple of weeks ago I took delivery of this swanky new VonShef air fryer.
To say the Christie boys were excited is an understatement. You see we have never ever had a fryer. I hate the smell of deep fat fryers. They have probably evolved over the years, but in my endeavour for healthy cooking they were something that just never fit our family. But teens love fried food! And this air fryer onion bhaji recipe that I am going to share today is fab. Perfect for snacking teens, and accompanying curries.
Pre air fryer, I adapted recipes so that the boys could have healthy alternatives. But there are some things that just have to be fried. And using an air fryer is the perfect way to get the best of both worlds. However the difference with an air fryer is that you only use 1 teaspoon of oil. I have even used fry-light in mine.
The benefits of a VonShef air fryer are that you can have healthy alternatives to fried food.
It is also great for pre bought products such as onion rings, fresh chicken goujons and onion bhajis. But for me the aim of this fryer, and although pre bought food cooks perfectly in it. The aim is to perfect homemade recipes. And where I can make meals and snacks from scratch.
It makes a great quick onion bhaji recipe
So last week when I was cooking a homemade curry I decided I would have a try at onion bhajis. And you know what? This air fryer onion bhaji recipe is quick, easy and tastes delicious. Not only that they are cheap to make. They can also be pre made if you have guests coming and be warmed up later. So are perfect for dinner parties or nibbles.
How To Make Air Fryer Onion Bhaji’s With The Von Chef Air Fryer
Air Fryer Onion Bhajis
- 2 whole eggs
- 3 whole chopped onions (not frozen onions)
- 4 oz plain flour
- 2 tsp curry powder
- 1 tsp cumin powder
- 1 tsp dried coriander
- 1 tbsp sunflower oil for frying
- Beat the eggs in a mixing bow
- Chop the onions into smallish chunks
- Add the onions to the eggs and mix until the onions are covered
- Add the flour, curry and spices and mix well
- Turn on the air fryer onto 200 and warm up for 5 minutes, then add the oil and leave for 2 minutes to heat up
- With flour on your hands roll the mixture into 10-12 evenly shaped balls. Add half to the air fryer and fry for 8-10 minutes, turning once until golden-brown. Repeat with remaining balls.
- Serve with a dip made of fat free yogurt and a large spoonful of mint sauce.