Bonda/Fritters



 

Bonda is a popular Indian deep fried snack served with Lunch, Evening Snack and Dinner. There are various recipes of bonda depending on the region the taste varies as well as there names, In Mangalore they make sweet version of the bonda, in some places they make aloo bonda and a slight variation in ingredients would make it as Pakoda.   

Ingredients:
  • Gram flour:  1 cup
  • Onion:  1 medium (finely chopped)
  • Green Chilly: 2 (finely chopped)
  • Coriander: half handful (finely chopped)
  • Baking Soda: 2 pinch
  • Water:  1/2 cup
  • Salt: to taste
  • Oil: to deep fry
Note: Add green chilly to your taste.

Method:
  • In a mixing bowl add gram flour, baking soda, salt. Mix well.
  • Add onion, green chilly, coriander, mix.
  • Slowly add water to make thick batter consistency.



Note: It should be of a thick consistency, if you lift a small quantity of batter in hand the shape of the batter should remain as it is and may slowly lose its shape.
  • Heat the oil in a deep fry pan in medium flame till it becomes smoking hot.
  • Wet the hand with little water.
  • Take a batter make small dumplings & slowly drop it in oil.
  • Cook till it turns brown.
Note: Cook it with medium to low flame otherwise the outer colour turns to brown inside it remains uncooked. If the dumplings go flat in the oil add little more gram flour to make it thick so it can retain the  shape in the oil until the outer layer gets fried.
  • Serve it hot with coconut chutney or with tomato sauce.



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24 comments:

Priya said...

Wat a crispy fritters to enjoy for snacks, prefect for this chilled weather..

Suhaina said...

wow..looks yummy.

meghana said...

hmmmm yummy yummy bonda i love it.....

Ranjitha said...

perfect snack for this winter...... i love to hv bonda with tea............

Treat and Trick said...

Beautiful color and yummy! That's my favorite too..

Biny Anoop said...

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Mrs K said...

Well explained and the bonda has turned out round & perfect. I love these with a garam chai ki pyali:)

Malar Gandhi said...

Superb...fulfilling snack for this rainy weather here...all I need is tea:)

Santosh Bangar said...

suparb snack love to eat any time

Suja Sugathan said...

Crispy and yummy..perfect tea time snack.

Swathi said...

Bonda looks crispy and delicious. I love to have with my tea.

Gulmohar said...

I just need a cup of tea now, to go with this ;-)

Soumya said...

crispy and yummy bonda is making me drool...need a cup of hot tea...irresistible clicks

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♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

Bonda looks so yummy! Loved to have it for my tea time ;)

Angie's Recipes said...

These fritters make a great party food!

manasa said...

hmmmmm really yummy snacks for all time

Nithya said...

Looks yummy and should be great for cold days like today :)

aipi said...

My all time fav..yummy yum!!

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Kitchen Boffin said...

very nice fritters.. we make it the same way.. but call it pakkavada

Vio Food said...

This looks excellent. I have to try it.

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Satya said...

Nice recipe...

mcook said...

Hey Vio Food, I agree I have got to try it!

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