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Bhaji Burger & Coriander Yoghurt

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Gary Pollard

Gary Pollard

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"Serve with a cold beer and extra fresh chilli if you love a bit of heat."
Difficulty
Easy 👌
Preparation
20 min
Baking
16 min
Resting
0 min

Ingredients

2Servings
½
red onion
1 cloves
garlic
1
green chilis
30 g
cilantro
37½ g
paneer cheese
100 g
butternut squash
ginger
50 g
flour
½
lime
1 tsp
curry paste
1 tbsp
olive oil
37½ g
natural yogurt
½
baby gem lettuce
2
bread buns
1
poppadoms
mango chutney
½ pinch
sea salt
½ pinch
pepper
25 ml
water

Utensils

bowl, grater, nonstick frying pan, mortar and pestle

  • Step 1/ 10

    • ½ red onion
    • 1 cloves garlic
    • 1 green chilis
    • 30 g cilantro
    • bowl

    Peel and very finely dice the onion and garlic, dressed and finely slice the chilliest, finely chop the cilantro / coriander stalk, reserving the leaves, then place in a bowl.

  • Step 2/ 10

    • 37½ g paneer cheese
    • 100 g butternut squash
    • ginger
    • grater

    Coarsely grate in the paneer and squash (deseed if necessary), then peel and finely grate in the ginger.

  • Step 3/ 10

    • 50 g flour
    • ½ lime
    • ½ pinch sea salt
    • ½ pinch pepper

    Sprinkle in the flour and a pinch of sea salt and black pepper, then squeeze over the lime juice.

  • Step 4/ 10

    • 1 tsp curry paste
    • 25 ml water

    Add the curry paste and 50ml of water, then mix

  • Step 5/ 10

    • 1 tbsp olive oil
    • nonstick frying pan

    Drizzle 2 tablespoons of oil into a large non-stick frying pan over a medium / low heat, then roughly divide the mixture into 4 portions and place in the pan, flattening them out into rough rounds, about the width of the buns (don’t worry about the wispy edges, it’ll mean bonus crunch later!).

  • Step 6/ 10

    Fry for 16 minutes, or until golden and cooked through, turning every few minutes.

  • Step 7/ 10

    • 37½ g natural yogurt
    • mortar and pestle

    Meanwhile, pound most of the coriander leaves to a paste in a pestle and mortar, muddle in the yoghurt, then season to taste.

  • Step 8/ 10

    • ½ baby gem lettuce
    • 2 bread buns
    • 1 poppadoms

    Finally shred the lettuce, halve the burger buns (warm first, if you like), and puff up the dry poppadoms in the microwave for 30 seconds (if they are uncooked), otherwise ignore.

  • Step 9/ 10

    Divide the coriander yoghurt between the bases and inside bun-lids, then break up the poppadoms and sprinkle over.

  • Step 10/ 10

    • mango chutney

    Place a crispy bhaji burger in top of each bun-base, add a dollop of mango chutney, a few coriander leaves and the lettuce, then pop the tops on band press down lettuce.

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