Bajji, Bonda and pakoda are delicious spicy indian snacks, which are similar to a fritter. The product has several variants and is very popular as snack food in most of the parts of south, west and some parts of east of India. They are usually served with coffee, tea and are served as finger food during parties. They are made from nutritious vegetables and Bengalgram flour.
The most popular vegetables and foods that are used to make Bajji are Onions, Bread, Potato, Brinjal, RidgeGourd, Banana Chilli, Capsicum, Egg, Cheese.
Bonda are delicacies made from the Bajji mix batter, with a filling of cooked spiced mixed vegetables.
Pakodas are made with onions, Cauliflower, cabbage, mixed vegetables, Greens like spinach, dill and mint (pudina).
Product Code : 28
- Measure one volume of ORKAY Bajji mix in 1 ¼ its volume of water.
- Make dough without lumps.
- Dip the slices of onion/potato/Raw Banana/Bajji chilli in ORKAY Bajji dough.
- Deep fry in edible oil till golden brown and serve hot with sauce.
The largest onion bhaji weighed 175.48 kg (386 lb 13.8 oz) and was made by Oli Khan and Team of Surma Takeaway Stevenage (both UK) in London, UK on 04th February 2020.
The onion bhaji had a total diameter of 153 cm.