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Mysore Bonda | No onion no garlic recipe | Video Recipe



I missed blogging for a week due to some personal reason and now i am back.Yet another easiest recipe for a rainy day's evening snack.Nothing matches than deep fried one for a rainy day.
Mysore bonda or plain bonda is a one which is made with urad dal.




Ingredients:


  • Urad dal- 1\2 cup
  • Coconut pieces- 2-3 tbsp
  • pepper-1 tbsp (coarsely ground)
  • Hing powder- 1\2 tsp
  • Rice flour-  1 r 2 tbsp
  • Salt to taste
  • Ginger - 1 tsp(finely chopped)
  • Green chilly-1 chopped(optional)
  • Curry & coriander leaves
  • Oil- to deep fry.
Quick Video of it




Method:

1.Soak urad dal in water for 2-3 hrs.Drain water well and grind it with very little water until fluffy and smooth.

2.Transfer the batter to a bowl and add everything listed in the ingredients except oil and mix well.

3.Heat oil in a kadai,grease ur hands with water ,make small balls of the mixed batter and drop it in to the hot oil.

4.Fry in low flame till it becomes golden brown,drain the excess oil in paper towel.

Enjoy the hot bonda with coconut chutney.



Note:

1.If ur not able to make balls with the batter ,keep it in fridge for some time and make.




5 comments:

  1. Delicious Mysore bonda, love it Babi...

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  2. I think that Mysore Bonda would be more tasty with Onion and Garlic combination.Online Hotel Booking Mysore

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  3. An easy & yummy one.. Perfect as u said on a rainy day with a cuppa chai !!

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  4. Easy and Yummy recipe.. Thanks for linking with us..

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  5. These look like an easy version of vadas.... looks delicious...

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