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6/28/2010

Mysore Bonda


Ingredients:-

Maida :1 cup
Rice Flour-1/4 cup
Cumin seeds-1/2 tsp
Ginger-1 tsp (chopped)
Green chillies-2tsp (chopped)
Onion-1 small (chopped)
Cooking Soda-1/2 tsp
Curd-To make the batter
Salt to taste
Oil- for deep frying


Method:-

Mix maida with rice flour,salt,cooking soda,chopped green chillies,chopped ginger and cumin seeds.
Add curd make it into a vada batter consistency.
Cover it withe a lid and keep aside for 2 hours.
After 2 hours now add chopped onions in the madia batter.mix well.
Heat oil for deep frying.
Wet your hand with water and take a lemon sized  the batter make round  balls.
Slowly drop in the hot oil.Fry them on low flame.
Fry the bondas till   golden brown color.
Remove bondas from oil and place on paper to remove excess oil.
Serve hot with coconut chutney or Potato curry for dosa..

33 comments:

Krishnaveni

my fav bonda...would love to have with tea

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes)

always love ur step by step pics...drooling over

Swathi

Nice tea time snack. Looks really good.

sangii

perfect golden colour Divya!

Jay

Wow Divya,
Bondas look awesome...pass me d whole plate...drooling over the clicks.

Panchpakwan

The most fav bajji..looks so delicious and tempting.

Guna's kitchen

mysore bonda came out perfect.. well explained

Dipika

Wow nice color and texture...Made this last weekend...famous Karnataka appetizer..but we dont add onions..instead we add small slices of coconut...wanna try adding onions this time :)
And loved the Mushroom Munchurian too...

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal

Divya, what an amazing snack and that too which can be prepared in a jiffy

Rachana

Delicious Bonda! Did I tell you that I absolutely love your step by step pics :-)

Satya

its looks yummy n delicious ...pass me some :)

Nina's

Thank you for all your visits and comments on my blog. Compliments for all you do and; everything looks very delicious! XO

Kiran

Mysore bonda looks very delicious and crispy.Always love your detailed presentation.

Premalatha Aravindhan

wow it luks really nice,perfect shape,droll wrothy recipe dear!

Vrinda

Nice one ,perfect for tea time...

Nostalgia

Nice and crispy I could have them all

BeenaShylesh

thts delisious divya...i would love to have with chutny....my amma used to make this...but she add sugar...ur is different.....

Priya

Woww such a tempting crispy mysore bonda, looks fabulous..

Sushma Mallya

Adding onion is something new and different, i love this one & would love to try out your version as well

jais

perfect snack for tea. nice dear

Malar Gandhi

Oh man, thats just superb tiffin, I love it. Such a fulfilling one'

SpicyTasty

Perfect snack for evening. Looks really delicious.

Yummy Team

I would love to prepare this delicious snack sometime..You have explained all the steps nicely..

divya

Thanks for your visits and your comments,DIVYA.

PranisKitchen

divya wow so delicious and yummy bondas.. best teatime snacks our favorite one

Admin

Good presentation and nice click.

http://malabarikitchen.blogspot.com/

Chandu

My fav tea time snack
yummy

Nilu A

Mysore bonda's are my favorite.. Looks yummy.. Perfect for tea-time snack :-)

anantha bhaskar

my favorite yours step by step pics r good.i tried it its so nice to eat in the evenings

ruhi hasan tabassum

Good explanation thru pics as it's very helpful in understanding the recipe.

ruhi hasan tabassum

Good explanation thru pics as it's very helpful in understanding the recipe

ruhi hasan tabassum

Good explanation thru pics as it's very helpful in understanding the recipe.

ruhi hasan tabassum

Good explanation thru pics as it's very helpful in understanding the recipe.

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