Nisha Katona’s Deliciously Simple Onion Bhajis | This Morning

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No curry night would be complete without them! Nisha Katona’s showing you how to make deliciously simple onion bhajis.

Broadcast on 17/08/22

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In This Story: Nisha Katona

Nisha Katona MBE is a British chef. She is Founder and CEO of Mowgli Restaurants, which has branches mainly in the North of England and the Midlands – as well as a food writer, and a television presenter.

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