Jun 25, 2011

Bonda

A favorite tea time bite in Vijayawada,Along with mirapakaya bajjilu, punugulu This one is a very popular snack in tea shops.There is a tea shop near by my house there they start making mirchi bajji and this bonda 4 o clock in the evening,every thing will be finish by evening 6 o clock.I was watching this process almost from 20 year s. Here I gave the recipe for small quantity but in the shops they make a dry powder with rice,urad dal and sago in a large quantity and mix this powder with curds.You can make this powder at home by soaking 1kg rice for over night drain the water and dry the rice in a hot sun till the rice become totally dry. Fry 200 gm urad dal till nice aroma comes out,Add fried urad dal and sago to the rice and make a powder in the mill.this powder will stay for 3-4 months,when ever you want take 1 cup powder add 1 cup sour curd and make bondas.Or you can do like this also.....

This is my 3rd recipe for Blogging marathon#6-group 2

INGREDIENTS:---
Rice ---- 1 cup
Urad dal --- 1 tab sp
Pearl sago -- 1/4 cup
Sour curd --- 1/2 cup
Salt --- 1 tea sp
Soda bi carbonate -- 1/4 tea sp
Oil for deep frying
METHOD:-----
1.Wash and soak rice, urad dal,sago in enough water for 4 hours.
2.After 4 hours drain the water and grind with curds in to a fine past.If require you can add little water but this batter should be like vada batter so don't add extra water.
3. Remove the batter from grinder add salt and soda bi carbonate mix well to combine every thing.
4. In the mean while heat oil in a deep frying pan.
5.Make golf ball size balls out of this batter and drop them in to hot oil slowly.
6.Deep fry the bondas till golden color and remove from oil strain the extra oil on a kitchen towel.
Serve hot with coconut chutney and tea
Lets check the other marathoners here
I am sending this to Kid's delight- Mini bites event at Champa s

20 comments:

PJ said...

Bondas looks so tempting.

Harini said...

The bonda with these ingredients is very new to me..sounds interesting!

Aarthi said...

i love this

Sharmilee! :) said...

Wow perfect for teatime...looks very tempting

Pavani said...

Such a yummy snack. Looks delicious.

Vardhini said...

Yummy looking bondas .. perfect with tea.


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Priya said...

Irresistible bondas, seriously am drooling over that crispy beauties..

Jayashree said...

Delicious looking bondas.

Prathibha said...

Lovely bondas...I love thes punugulu in vijayawada,its pretty famous na...tasted there once..looks nice

Divya Vikram said...

Bonda looks delicious. perfect evening snack :)

jayasree said...

Looks delicious...A different recipe of bonda. Thanks for sharing.

Rekha shoban said...

perfect perfect bonda!!!with chutney n a cup of tea wow!!superb!

kaveri said...

That's just perfect with a hot cup of tea or coffee...The bonds look so inviting

Mina Joshi said...

The bondas look perfect. I have never made them and am going to book mark to try out soon.

Priti said...

Yummy n so perfect ....love that setup

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

wow, that looks simple and what a great golden color.

Suma Gandlur said...

They look so irresistable!

jeyashrisuresh said...

very tempting bondas, love the addtion of sago in that

Srivalli said...

Seriously so tempting!..

Degchi said...

Bondas looks great.Nice post.