Mysore Bonda Recipe – Bajji Preparation in South Indian Style – CookingShooking

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Mysore bonda as the name says is a popular snack recipe from Mysore. They are deep batter fried bajji or commonly known as bonda’s, made mostly with urad dal, but this recipe is made with yogurt and rice flour. It is a very famous vegetarian snack which is super scrumptious and easy to make in a jiffy. You can serve it at breakfast or serve it as a snack. Here is a quick recipe of Mysore bonda.

Recipe below!

Mysore Bonda Recipe - Bajji Preparation in South Indian Style
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Mysore bonda as the name says is a popular snack recipe from Mysore. They are deep batter fried bajji or commonly known as bonda’s, made mostly with urad dal, but this recipe is made with yogurt and rice flour. It is a very famous vegetarian snack which is super scrumptious and easy to make in a jiffy. You can serve it at breakfast or serve it as a snack. Here is a quick recipe of Mysore bonda.
Prep Time
10 minutes
Cook Time
15 minutes
Prep Time
10 minutes
Cook Time
15 minutes
Mysore Bonda Recipe - Bajji Preparation in South Indian Style
Print Recipe
Mysore bonda as the name says is a popular snack recipe from Mysore. They are deep batter fried bajji or commonly known as bonda’s, made mostly with urad dal, but this recipe is made with yogurt and rice flour. It is a very famous vegetarian snack which is super scrumptious and easy to make in a jiffy. You can serve it at breakfast or serve it as a snack. Here is a quick recipe of Mysore bonda.
Prep Time
10 minutes
Cook Time
15 minutes
Prep Time
10 minutes
Cook Time
15 minutes
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. In a large mixing bowl, add dahi, coconut pieces, salt, green chili, baking soda and rice flour.
  2. Using your hand, mix all the ingredients until well combined. The mixture has to be foamy, if it’s not then re check if you have used baking soda or baking powder.
  3. Now add the maida, keep pouring little water at a time, as required to make a thick batter. If batter is runny then add more maida.
  4. In a deep frying pan, heat the oil on medium flame.
  5. Dip your hands in a bowl of water and then using your hands, take a dollop of the batter and drop it in the hot oil.
  6. Deep fry them over medium flame, until they are light golden brown. Follow the same procedure for the remaining bonda’s. Remove on a kitchen towel.
  7. Mysore Bonda’s are ready. Crispy from out and spongy from inside.
serve
  1. Serve hot Bonda’s with coconut chutney and hot cup of tea.
Recipe Notes

Notes:

  • The batter has to be foamy.
  • The batter needs to be thick; if it’s thin then your bonda’s will be flat and will absorb lot of oil.
  • Do not fry on high heat they will give you the colour but inside will be raw. And do not fry on low heat they will absorb lot of oil.
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