Friday, October 26, 2012

MYSORE BONDA RECIPE

  Myosre bonda , i wanted to try for a long time, though it is similar to the ulundu vada, as my litttle one doesn’t like coconut bits , i never make bondas.  This one i tried long back but somehow i am posting the recipe of mysore bonda now only .
mysore bonda 1
INGREDIENTS (FOR APPROX 10 BONDAS)
URAD DAL | WHOLE ULUNDU 1/2 CUP
BLACK PEPPER 1/2 TSP
COCONUT BITS 1 TBLSP
CURRY LEAVES FEW
SALT AS NEEDED
OIL TO DEEP FRY
mysore bonda 3
METHOD:
  • Wash and soak the urad dal for an hour.
  • Grind the dal in a mixer smoothly by adding little water to it.
  • Too much of water will suck more oil and very thick batter will make it rubbery.
step 1 step 3
  • Add the coconut bits and whole pepper.
  • Add salt, curry leaves and mix well. Batter is ready to make bondas.
  • Heat oil in a wide pan for deep frying.
step 4
  • Grease your hand with water and take out a small ball sized batter and make a small round and drop it in the hot oil. Keep the flame medium.
  • when it becomes golden brow on both sides take out and drain it in a kitchen towel.
step 5 step 6
  • Serve this hot with coconut chutney.
mysore bonda 2Note:
  1. While frying keep the flame medium. If the flame is too low it will suck too much of oil.
  2. If it is too hot also inside will not get cooked.
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31 comments:

  1. Hey Not bad! It has come out well.

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  2. Oh what a coincidence. I made it too but with maida and rice flour.

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  3. jeyashree...how to check the oil....whether it s too hot or low....how much time a bonda takes to fry...thanks
    this looks super...excellent.

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    1. Renu the oil can be checked by dropping a pinch of batter to it. If it comes ou
      Up immediately then it is ready. No need to bring it to a smoking point.

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  4. I love this,made this last weekend during Navratri...yummmy

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  5. One of my fav ..made this recently ....looks yum

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  6. Gr8 jeyashri :) we mix little idly batter :) tastes is different :) your presentation has gone to next level !

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  7. Love this tasty bonda ever...
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  8. Jey, Tempting tooo much! Love this
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  9. Would love it with chutney for tea... Beautiful clicks

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  10. Too tempting!! Has got a perfect golden color..
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  11. lovely presentation :)

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  12. wow very tempting recipe,luks gr8!

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  13. Wow looks perfect, nice fluffy it has come..looks very tempting!!

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  14. Mouth watering bonda...yum yum!

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  15. Lovely Presentation :)
    First time to your space.

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  16. Looks very very tempting with chutney.its easier to make this way than vada for many and universal saver

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  17. Wish i could have some rite now with spicy coconut chutney,super crispy bondas.

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  18. Ooohh, so delicious. Would love this with my cuppa.

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  19. wow love the clicks !!! awesome blog !!

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  20. my vadas r always watery so it suking more water any spl tips 4r that

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    1. Add little water while grinding. Just sprinkle little water, if in case it is slightly watery add 1 tblsp of rice flour. Hope this helps u

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  21. This is my first time reading ur receipes. Im already impressed. Good presentation! Tonight im going to make aval payasam n mysore bonda.. for Krishna Jayanthi :)

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  22. This is my first time reading ur receipes. Im already impressed. Good presentation! Tonight im going to make aval payasam n mysore bonda.. for Krishna Jayanthi :)

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  23. i am a very big fan of you. you and my mom are my role models in cooking

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  24. i am a very big fan of you.You and my mom are my role models in cooking

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  25. I like ur site very much. I do not know to cook. So whenever i have to cook a new dish or any festival recipe i refer ur site. It is simple and easy to follow. Thank u so much - gayayhri narasimhan

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