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Pau Bhaji

Pau Bhaji Fondu

When you’re dreaming of the French Alps but craving some spicy Indian food on returning from our annual ski trip… this was the result… a fusion of India meets France with pau bhaji fondu!
A great way to add more vegetables to your diet or sneak in new vegetables for children to try!
P.S. this serves 8 on purpose… you may want a double portion or you may want to freeze it for another day after all the effort of making it!

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Recipe by Dr Chintal Patel
Serves - 8
Prep. Time - 10
Cooking Time - 30
GF. DF, Vegan

Ingredients

Method

First fry the onion in the oil until almost brown.
Next add the cinnamon, stick, cardamom, star anise, and cumin seeds.
Stir a minute and add the minced garlic & ginger
Next add all the veggies and the tomato (chopped & purée)
Finally add the salt & spices & coriander
Top up with a little water – just to cover the vegetables and leave to simmer until cooked.
Finally pop a hand blender into the saucepan & pulse the mix so it is lumpy and smoother but not the consistency of soup
Pop a large knob of butter on top just before serving
Pan fry the buttered wholemeal rolls and & cut into squares to fondue onto skewers

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