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bhaji

noun [C] ( also bhajee)
 
 
/ˈbɑː.dʒi/
a spicy South Asian cake made of vegetables, flour, egg and water, which is fried in oil
巴哈吉(一种印度辣味糕点,用蔬菜、面粉、鸡蛋油炸而成)
an onion bhaji
洋葱巴哈吉
Pancakes and batter
Translations of “bhaji”
in Chinese (Traditional) 巴哈吉(一種印度辣蛋糕,用蔬菜、麵粉、雞蛋油炸而成)…
(Definition of bhaji from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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