Saturday, January 3, 2009

VEGETABLE BONDA

Most of us will surly raise our hands to healthy and tasty snacks, that too it satisfy both sides and won the approval of kids, definitely it will be lovely right!... Thro this stuffed n crispy bondas
we can consume combination of 3 to 4 vegetables at a time in our favorite way of cooking. The only thing pinches is deep fried .. wont u compromise with the stuffed vegetables in this?!.Mm....


INGREDIENTS

Gram flour 2 cups Rice flour 1 cup

Red chilli powder ¼ cup
Baking soda a pinch
Salt to taste
Oil to fry
Vegetables ½ cups
(Peas, onion, potato, beans, carrot and beet root.)
METHOD

Chop all the vegetables except onion and par boil with little water.
Chop the onion and saute for few mts in a pan and add the boiled vegetable along with turmeric and salt... Fry it for some time till the remaining water in the vegetables absorbs.
Let it cool for some time and make a small ball out of it. Keep these balls in a plate.
In a bowl mix both the flours, salt, chilli powder and baking soda well and make a thick paste by adding water slowly.
Heat the oil in a deep frying pan; dip the vegetable balls in to the flour paste.Put it in the hot oil and fry them till bondas turn golden brown

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22 comments:

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

yummy bondas.. enakum venum.

Adlak's tiny world said...

hey mahima.. Dharalama eduthukko... thanks for the so quick response...

Ann said...

they are definitely awesome..as you mentioned the oil part is the problem.may be replace with some canola oil..but thats yummy

rekhas kitchen said...

oooohoo nice color hema looks so yum yum

Shama Nagarajan said...

Inviting bonda.........lovely

Malar Gandhi said...

veg bondas! count me in.....nice one dude.

sriharivatsan said...

Mouthwatering!!! Oh no!! I will give up my diet schedule if I come there..

Uma said...

yum, yum bondas! So mouth-watering! Can I atleast have one pleaaaaseeeeeeeeeee!

sowmya said...

yes..definitely healthy, but eating deep fried snacks once in wahile is ok..after all it is one way of having the veges..

Mrs.Kannan said...

Veggi balls itself looks yummyy...Great recipe.

Anonymous said...

Bondas are good. Deep fried and healthy kabhi nahi

Simran said...

With all the vegetables, your bondas are surely healthy. And I am pretty sure they taste yum too!

VG said...

Yummy! Love your dosai too. I have to try to make them myself. I usually go to the fete at a mandir in Canberra to get my fix of dosai. Now I am going to attempt to make it myself. Wish me luck!

G.Pavani said...

ooh..alka..bondas are tempting me here very much..and thank u for ur wishes and wish u n ur family a happy new year

Adlak's tiny world said...

Thank u Ann,rekha, shama, malar,srividhya, uma, sowmya, krs.Kannan, anonymous, simran and pavani... for yr lovely commnts.

All the best VG, sure u can make perfect dosas.Thanks for the nice words.

S sowmya once in a while we can have these. I too feel guilty on these deep fried one stating healthy.Though its also a way of having many veggies at a time...

jeyashrisuresh said...

hema superb bondas.btw,why didnt u make this when i visited ur place. dhrogi.ha ha ha. just for fun.add some mint leaves to the masala. will taste really yummy.

Adlak's tiny world said...

Aha welcome back again jeyashri... after a long time.... During yr next visit i ll make it sure. u also could nt spend time leberally in this short visit right....

va va elarukkum thandanai undu....

Sanghi said...

Hema.. delicious..! can i take all of them.. and munch munch..

SriLekha said...

looks yummy and mouthwatering!

Jaishree said...

Wooooo yum bonda.. Mouth watering...

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Once in a while its ok to forget about calories and enjoy such a delicious bonda!

Adlak's tiny world said...

Thanks sanghi, srilekha,jayshree and rakhs....