SWEET POTATO onion bhajis
A deliciously healthy oven baked onion bhaji, using sweet potato and indian inspired spices to make a healthy and tasty batter
Photo credit – Chris Terry
The best healthy baked sweet potato onion bhajis
Soft, sweet onions are encased in a light, Indian-inspired, spiced sweet potato batter, then baked in the oven to reduce the amount of oil that would be needed if you were deep frying them to create these sweet potato onion bhajis.
The oven baking also gives them a satisfying crunch on the outside. Serve these alongside a curry or a dhal, or simply have them as a delicious healthy snack.
These are one of the most popular recipes on The Slimming Foodie blog, and are also on p.169 of my first cookbook.
How do these onion and sweet potato bhajis work on Slimming World
These are actually syn-free if you are following Slimming World! They really just consist of super healthy sweet potato, onion and spices, and by using low-calorie cooking spray (which I always find works brilliantly with baked snacks like this), you are barely using any oil at all.
What can I serve with these sweet potato bhajis?
These sweet potato bhajis go really well alongside any curry, or can make up part of a fakeaway feast! I also think that these are delicious cold, and if I have any leftovers then I keep them in the fridge to snack on.
Here are some of the most popular curries on the blog which are perfect to serve these with: