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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

MYSORE BONDA (Mysore Bajji) South Indian Snack and Breakfast Item From Indian Kitchen -Pakashala

Mysore bonda 

Mysore bonda orMysore Bajji or  ulundu bonda is a popular fried snack from the mysore cuisine. bonda are round fritters Very popular dsh in Southern India,this is snack Item and Break fast Item.those with high cholesterol levels  ,i request you to avoid this delicious dish  

Mysore Bonda (Maida Bonda)
Maida flour( All purpose flour) - 1 and 1/2 Cups

Sour Curd - 1 cup
Soda salt (Baking Soda)- 1 teaspoon 
Cumin Seeds - 1/2 teaspoon (optional)
Slited coconut pieces - 1 tablespoon (optional)
Salt - To taste

Edible Oil - For Frying the bondas

  • Mix the flours with warm water (1/4 th Cup) along with sour curd and leave it for 4-5 hours,The batter should be semi solid and sag down when you take it in your hand 

  • After half an hour, we should beat the battter well atleast for 5-10 minutes so that the batter is nicely aerated. 

      Add Soda and Salt before frying,kneed it well for atleast 10 minutes rest it for another 10 minutes 

  • Heat the oil in the pan and test if the oil is ready for frying the bondas. Take small balls of dough and gently drop it in the oil 
  • Take out the Bonda once they are partially fried with half white outer texture,after 5 minutes drop the semi fried bondas into pan again ,now hust fry for 2-3 minutes till we get golden colour outer texture

  • Fry the bondas till it becomes crisp (outer skin) in medium flame on both the sides

  • Remove the fried bondas and place it in a plate having a tissue paper to drain the excess oil 

  • The delicious Mysore  bonda is ready to serve
  • Best Side dish is Coconut Chutney or Ginger Chutney