Monday, June 11, 2012

Mangalore Bonda/Goli Bhajji

Today has been a bit hectic, had lots of Work to do and a Doctor's Appointment too. After a day full of activity, just now got time to sit and relax a bit. A midst this running, i wanted to do something quick n easy for today's post - Mangalore Bonda/Goli Bhajje. 
Ingredients
1/2 Cup Maida/All Purpose Flour
1/4 Cup Thick Curd
1/4 tsp Baking Soda
Salt to taste
Oil for frying


To Grind
4 green chilies
1 tsp of shredded ginger
2 sprigs of curry leaves
1/4 tsp Cumin/Jeera seeds
Method
  • Grind all the ingredients given under "To Grind" to a coarse paste. If you are going to serve this to kids, i would definitely recommend doing this. My Kiddo will not prefer biting a green chili, he will surely never dare to taste that food again. So highly recommended.
  • In a Wide Bowl, Take all the ingredients except baking soda and mix well to get a thick batter. Add the ground spice mixture to this and Combine well.
  • Just before Deep frying, add Baking soda and give a brisk stir.
  • Heat oil in a Kadai/Wide-pan, When it is hot enough, make small balls of the batter using your fingers and gently drop them into oil and Deep fry them in batches. Keep the Flame in Medium while frying, or else you will end up with Browned bonda's with uncooked inside.
  • Drain them using a slotted spoon on to Kitchen Towel. Serve them hot with Sauce, tasted better with Schezwan Sauce.
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24 comments:

  1. Perfect for an evening snack.

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  2. love mangalore bonda...looks awesome Priya!!!

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  3. I am in love with this .. cant forget I used to have them a lot while in Delhi..

    yummy !!

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  4. I too make these bajji's but add some chopped ginger, onion and green chilies taste's yummy.

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  5. they looks super crispy and delicious!

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  6. super tempting bhajjis...its been a while i made this yummmy snack...craving for some now :)
    Spicy Treats

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  7. Goli bhajji looks yummy and perfect...It was our regular evening snack when I was working...Long time not had it..

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  8. My hubby"s favourite....Always he oreders when we visit woodlands hotel...Very yummy!!!

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  9. these look so good, especially now I'm starving - have not eaten since noon and is 10pm now - wish they could materialize before me

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  10. Love it .. with a hot cup of cofi on the side

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  11. Hi ,

    I'm Punitha of http://www.southindianfoodrecipes.blogspot.in
    Mangalore bondsa looks delicious and inviting...
    Thank you for your visit and comments to my blog and post. At your free time do visit my blog and drop your valuable comment:)
    Thank you and take care...

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  12. Very yummy snack

    Event: Dish name starts with M

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  13. You are killing me with you crispy beauties, they looks damn attractive and addictive Priya.

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  14. Crispy bonda,perfect tea time snack...

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  15. They look so cute.....i am sure it is very tasty too

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  16. I love goli baje this is one of our favourite snack recipes. By the way sometimes I prepare this for breakfast too. In our place this is popular by name Mysore Bonda.

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