Sunday, July 24, 2011

Mysore Bonda

We need:



Maida 2 cups
Sour Yogurt/ butter milk 1 cup
Green chillies chopped 3 sps
Ginger chopped 1 sp
Cilantro chopped 3sps
Coconut small pieces 1sp
Rice flour 1/4 cup
Salt to taste
Soda 1/4 sp
Jeera/ cumin seeds 1/4 sp
Oil for deep frying



For Chutney:



Dhaliya/ putnalu 1 cup
Green chillies 4
Coconut powder 1/4 cup
Jeera 1/4 sp
Mustard seeds 1/4 sp
Red chillies 2
Udad dal 1/2 sp
Curry leaves 4
Salt to taste



Method:



In a large bowl add maida and chopped ginger, green chillies, cumin, cilantro, coconut , salt and rice flour.
Mix well and add butter milk to make a smooth paste.
The consistency should not be like dosa batter or like chapati dough, it should be smooth as to take the batter and drop them round in shape with ur hands.
If required add little water.
Heat oil in large pan for deep frying.
Take little batter and drop them into oil.
Fry till golden brown.
Now to make chutney add dhaliya, green chilli, coconut powder and salt to mixi and grind to smooth paste adding little water.
Now make a tempering. In small pan heat 2 sps oil and add cumin, mustard, udad dal, curry leaves and red chillies.
Once they turn golden brown add it to chutney.
Serve hot Bonda's with ginger pickle and chutney.
I have served store bought ginger pickle here.


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13 comments:

harini-jaya said...

nice bondas!

Suma Gandlur said...

Yummy bondas!

divya said...

yummy and crispy and delicious...

Archana Vivek said...

Looks very crispy

Mom Chef said...

crunchy and delicious.. Although I always knew these maida fritters as Mangalore Bondas and the aloo-peas in Besan covered fritters as Mysore Bondas :-)

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Kalyani
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hemalata said...

Delicious bondas,looks so tempting.

Cool Lassi(e) said...

ooo, my favorite! Mommy used to make this when I was a kid. Perfect rounds of deliciousness!

Pavani said...

Perfectly done Mysore bondas.. They look awesome.

sabina said...

Love crispy fried snacks for tea time...will try this weekend....

Srivalli said...

I simply love these treats..:)

PJ said...

Its my favorite too.Look syum

Gayathri Kumar said...

Perfect looking bondas...

Rujuta said...

Bondas look tempting..new dish for me..
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