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Tuesday, June 4, 2013

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        Aloo bonda/ urulaikizhangu bonda is a classic tea/ coffee time snack and can be made easily. It is sure a kids favourite as it has potato stuffed inside. I wanted to try this for long time, made only once before. But somehow, I haven't made it, that often.  Though I tried this after years, I was happy with the result, as I was bit worried how it would turn out. So here's the snack, that would be a family pleasing snack. I did this post as guest post for Jeyashri and now as I am busy travelling I thought of making use of this post now here and share with my readers as well :)
     urulaikizhangu bonda

Aloo bonda recipe

Indian Snacks
Prep Time: 10 mins    |  Cook time: 20 mins    Serves: 12 bondas

Ingredients

Potato 3
Onion 1
Green chilli 2
Ginger, finely chopped 1 tsp
Turmeric 1/8 tsp
Salt As needed

 

To Temper


Oil 2 tsp
Mustard 3/4 tsp
Urad dal 1 tsp
Curry leaves 1 sprig

For the batter


Besan flour 1/2 cup
Rice flour 1/4 cup
Ghee  1 tsp
Pepper (black) powder 1/2 tsp
Asafoetida 3 pinches
Turmeric 2 pinches
Cooking soda 1 pinch
Salt As needed

Method

  1. Pressure cook potatoes for 3 whistles, peel off the skin once done and mash it well. Keep aside. In a kadai/ pan, season with mustard urad dal and curry leaves. Add finely chopped ginger, green chilli and onion. Fry till transparent without changing colour. Add turmeric and salt.1-aloo
  2. Add cooked, mashed potatoes and mix well so that the turmeric blends evenly. Stir for 2 minutes an drizzle a tsp of oil. Transfer to a plate and cool down. Make 12 equal sized balls and set aside.3-aloo
  3. In a mixing bow, mix everything under ‘For the batter’ table with little water to make a batter, it should be thick enough to coat the potato balls.2-aloo
  4. Heat oil in a kadai and deep fry the potato balls dipped to coat it well in the besan batter mix. Turn over in a minute to cook evenly on both sides. Cook in medium flame.4-aloo
  5. When its evenly golden fried, drain it over kitchen tissue.5-aloo
Notes
    • The stuffing part can be made to suit your taste buds. You can vary the potato masala by adding mint leaves, red chilli powder etc. ;
    • The batter Should be thick, otherwise, the look of the bonda will not be round and smooth.
    • You can replace pepper powder with red chilli powder as will in the batter.
    • Ghee ads a wonderful flavour along with pepper and adds crispiness too.

                            Enjoy hot with coconut chutney (getti chutney), as a tea/ coffee time snack.

Aloo bonda recipe / urulaikizhangu-bonda

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26 comments:

  1. Looks so good.... delicious bonda... One suggestion is that the first 2 pictures are little darker... But the last picture is soooo good!!!

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  2. Tempting bonda Raji.... In never get the perfect round shapes....

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  3. very tempting and filling bonda aks... love it much...

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  4. Super tempting Bonda, i m feeling soooo hungry seeing the picture!!!

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  5. Looks yum ...perfect n tempting

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  6. Now you are tempting me Raji.................................

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  7. Oh! this looks really tempting...mmmmm

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  8. Thats indeed sweet of you to post a guest post for me. Lovely bondas

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  9. Perfectly moulded Bonda... Love it !

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  10. My mouth is watering my kids also love it

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  11. Drooling here it is ages ago i made them, here a thome shyama loves it i always serve with ketchup ( lazybones i am ) i love the idea of serving them with the chutney

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  12. Perfect bondas....to have with tea.

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  13. lovely and perfect shape aloo bonda..love to munch with a cup of tea..

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  14. Looks great. My wife adds a little of lemon juice to the potato masala and it tastes good.

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  15. Looks so perfect, yummy looking bondas,its raining here..I wish I had these now :)

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  16. Beautiful clicks says it all...:-) You make every recipe so perfect ..

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  17. Perfectly shaped balls with the quintessential Aloo stuffing. soooo tempting !

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  18. Hi.I came across your recipe for Aval kozhukattai. I am familiar with Aval upma.
    What is the difference between the two?
    Is kozhukattai steamed upma balls?
    Thanks.

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  19. yummy bondas I love them so much nice click raks.

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  20. Who can resist to this beauties, aloo bondas are always my favourite.

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  21. Bondas are crispy and gorgeous. I love your serving platters!

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  22. super yummy bonda.. Love it

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  23. What a great exotic (to us Greeks) recipe! :) Thank you!!

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  24. mouth watering bondas:)

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