Onion Bhaji


Gently fried onion fritter spiced with cumin, turmeric and coriander. Can be eaten cold or reheated in the oven.



Onion Bhaji

Gently fried onion fritter spiced with cumin, turmeric and coriander. You can eat it cold or reheat in the oven.



To this day all the pies are still handmade on the original premises in Shelf, Halifax, West Yorkshire and use the finest ingredients. See Our Story | The Crusty Pie Company for more information about our small, family business.



A little about Onion Bhajis …

A bhaji, is a type of fritter originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is made from spicy hot vegetables, commonly onion, and has several variants.[1] It is a popular snack food in India, it is also very popular in PakistanScotland and Trinidad and Tobago and can be found for sale in street-side stalls, especially in tapris (Marathi: टपरी) (on streets) and dhabas (Punjabi: ਢਾਬਾ) (on highways). Outside Southern and Western India, such preparations are often known as pakora. Its variations include the chili bajji, potato bajji, onion bajji,plantain bajji and the bread bajji (or bread pakoda). 


The Guinness World Record for the largest onion bhaji is held by one weighing 175.48 kilograms (386 lb 13+34 oz) made by Oli Khan and Team of Surma Takeaway Stevenage on the 4th of February 2020. To learn more about Onion Bhajis visit Bhaji – Wikipedia

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Onion Bhaji


Freezing, Reheating, Storage

Shelf life

Our pies are freshly baked and sent out the same day in polystyrenes boxes with dry ice to last for over 48 hours. Once they arrive they last 5-6 days in the fridge.


All our pies freeze for up to 3 months.
Freeze them on the arrival day. Double wrap them in foil or freezing bag before placing in the freezer.


Defrost naturally. Over night in the fridge and consume within 4 days.


Reheat your pies in the oven. Internal temperature needs to reach 75C/165F as measured by a food probe in several spots.
Reheating from frozen – we recommend to defrost your pies before reheating.

Freezing, reheating, storage | The Crusty Pie Company