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Vegetables cakes are my version of a friends vegetarian dumplings. They're lightly seasoned and have a little Indian spicing, which gives them a little kick of flavour.
Kids love these because they're easy to hold, and easy to eat. Happy munching.
: 10 minutes
: 10 minutes
: 20 vegetable cakes
3 garlic cloves
100g self raising flour
Half tsp black pepper
Pinch of salt
Pinch of sugar
Chop the onions and garlic.
Sieve the flour in a bowl.
Add all of the ingredients to the bowl.
Add half a pint of water and mix together, to form a dough.
Dust a surface with flour and roll the dough into little cakes/balls.
Once you have made little vegetable 'cakes', carefully drop into a frying pan of oil, watching and turning over every 3 minutes, for 10 minutes.
Remove from the frying pan and dry on kitchen roll/ newspaper.
These little cakes are easy to transport, and the perfect veggie snack which you can take anywhere.
Ideally serve warm and spread with butter - they are delicious when torn open, spread with butter and munched immediately.
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