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    Default Onion Bhaji's

    A picture of a few Onion Bhajis I made today.

    Out of all the Indian food I cook & sell I find Onion Bhaji's the hardest to make in large amounts.

    Farang

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    Look good from here mate.
    They can be a bit time consuming though.
    Can I ask where you sell what you make?

    Cheers,
    Mick

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    Hi Mick mate,

    I live in Thailand so I sell them over here to a guy that supplies frozen western food to the trade & retail, I also sell curries naan breads, chapatis etc etc & I'm just working on a website to sell Indian groceries like herbs, spices, pastes, pickles, lentils etc.

    p.s. A few of your recipes from your second book are starting to go down very well.

    Cheers Farang
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    Hi Farang,
    I knew you were in Thailand mate but was interested to know how you were selling what you make.
    That sounds like a promising business opportunity there.

    Don't forget me when you make your first £million

    All the best,
    Mick

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    Yeah hopefully my stuff will be going into a western supermarket in Pattaya very soon, fingers crossed.

    Its hard work as I only cook 4 portions at once in each pan & I cannot have any fans on in the kitchen as it blows the flame out, so it gets very hot. If you have any tips for cooking multiple portions at once I would be more than grateful to hear them, i.e how much herbs & spices etc to use?

    Trust me if I make a million there will definitely be a first class ticket on me for you to come & sample the delights of Thailand mate.

    Cheers Farang
    I posted on Real Curry Recipes so can you!

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