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Aloo Bonda

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Aloo bonda is a typical South Indian snack. It is a deep fried savory snack stuffed with potato spices mixture. Aloo bonda is crispy outside and soft inside.

Aloo Bonda is one of the most popular snacks served in functions, parties etc. It is also mostly available in the school, college canteens.
 
 
About Recipe

Bangaldumpa pakodi, Potatos , Aloo samuka

How to make Aloo bonda

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Prep time
mins
Cook time
30 mins
Total time
30 mins
Aloo bonda
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : 112
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : September 03, 2017


Ingredients used in Aloo bonda
• Baking soda - 1/4 teaspoons.
• Gram flour ,beasan - 2 cup.
• Salt - 1 to taste.
• Oil - 1 to fry.
• Chopped ginger - 1 slice.
• Chopped coriander - 1 bunch.
• Curry leaves - 5 leaf.
• Onion - 1/2 small.
• Cashewnuts - 2 tablespoons.
• Mustard - 1 pinch.
• Cumin - 1 teaspoons.
• Potato boiled mashed - 4 numbers.
• Chilli pdr - 1 pinch.
• Ajwain - 1 pinch.
• Chopped gr chilli - 2 numbers.
Method:
  1. heat oil in pan , make sure use very little oil add cumin ,mustard ,turmeric all spices and onion mix it with mashed potato and season will make batter with gramflour as shown , or check out the video of pakodas for detail procedure for batter dipp the dumpling of potatoes in the batter and fry in medium heat till golden brown and serve hot with your fav chutney





Cooking with images Batate bhajjiya , Potatos , Aalugadde bajji





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Aloo Bonda is one of the most popular snacks served in functions, parties etc. It is also mostly available in the school, college canteens.
 
 
Aloo bonda recipe is also known as the batata vada in Mumbai. Aloo bonda is a typical South Indian snack. It is a deep fried savory snack stuffed with potato spices mixture. Aloo bonda is crispy outside and soft inside.
 
Aloo bonda masala recipe  is liked by one and all because it’s made of aloo (potatoes). Potatoes are a favorite vegetable to all. Potatoes are best known for its carbohydrate (starch). Potato also contains vitamins and minerals. Potatoes can be prepared in many ways like boiled, fried, baked etc. French fries and potato chips are most popular snacks prepared with potato. Bonda as such can have a sweet and a spicy variant.
 
Some of the variety of bondas includes Egg bonda, Tapioca bonda, Vegetable bonda etc. Normally Keralites and Gujaratis prepare a sweeter version of bondas whereas as in Mumbai and Hyderabad it’s the savory bondas that are popular. Batata vada, “Batata” originated from the Portuguese settlements along the west coast of India during the 16th/17th century. Batata vada consists of mashes potatoes coated with chickpea flour and deep fried. This is served with chutney, a savory condiment.
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CandyGunner Posted on Wed Mar 17 2010

peutatoes! teehee

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RAINDROP2427 Posted on Thu Apr 01 2010

AWESUM ..THANX A LOT....LOOKS GREAT

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janeattube Posted on Sat May 08 2010

What means "Bonda" in English? Thank You?

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emevili Posted on Wed May 12 2010

I Like this guy

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Padma G Posted on Thu Jun 10 2010

Sanjay, Pls don't cook South Indian food in North Indian style..in this recipe there is no jeera and Hing ...Even in upma u say jeera is added here we use mustard seed for seasoning other thn jeera... thnks

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Aardsbijtje Posted on Sat Jun 12 2010

oh, really looks delicious. Hing? Is that Asafoetida?

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marinerheart Posted on Thu Jun 24 2010

@Aardsbijtje yes, its asafoetida!

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cherokiimslm Posted on Thu Aug 05 2010

I love this guy, hes hilarious and his food always looks DELICIOUS-I cant beleive hes not fat! This dude LOVES to eat!!!

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Fatama Zahra Posted on Tue Aug 31 2010

he's hilarious!!

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TheMiramens Posted on Fri Sep 17 2010

you made me a vegetarian, Chef. i feel the same after cooking your dishes and enjoying them i feel soooo good! my stomach is so satisfied, my tastebuds had a feast. i grew up eating meat every day. and i enjoy it while eating. but..... after the meal

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Gurpreet Kaur Posted on Tue Sep 21 2010

@TheMiramens thats very nice. :) keep it up!!!

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Animesh Roy Posted on Tue Oct 05 2010

i watch your cooking..i like your style of explaining.. can you do a program one on how to make pura/poora (it is like a vegetarian omelet made from basan regards animesh

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