Weekends are special as we are spending more time with family. We always want to cook something special, especially for evening snack. Mysore Bonda (Maida Bonda) is a very traditional and delicious evening snack from Mysore Cuisine. Fried dumplingsmade with maida and riceflour, curd and spices. They are crispy outside and fluffy inside. A very easy to make and it is crispy and tasty snack. This tasty bonda can be served alone with Coffee or we can also serve with Idly/dosa etc.


Preparation and Yield:
Preparation time30 mins
Cooking Time20 mins
Yield12
Recipe CategorySnacks
Recipe CuisineSouth Indian

Mysore Bonda (Maida Bonda)
Mysore Bonda (Maida Bonda)

Ingredients:
Maida 3/4 Cup*
Rice Flour1/4 Cup
Sour Curd1/2 Cup
Chopped Green Chilli1 tablespoon
Chopped Ginger 1 teaspoon
Cumin seeds1 teaspoon
SaltTo Taste
Baking Soda1/2 teaspoon
Chopped Curry leaves1 teaspoon
Finely Chopped Coriander Leaves1/4 Cup
OilFor Frying

* 1 Cup = 250ml

Method:
  1. Mix the flours along with salt, soda salt and curd and leave it for 30 mins

  2. After half an hour, we should beat the battter well atleast for 5-10 minutes so that the batter is nicely aerated. Add chopped ginger, green chillies, cumin seeds and slit coconut pieces and mix well. 

  3. 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 

  4. Fry the bondas till it becomes crisp in medium flame on both the sides

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

  6. The delicious Maida bonda is ready to serve
  7. Mysore Bonda (Maida Bonda)
    Mysore Bonda (Maida Bonda)

Tips:
  • We can also add chopped onions to the dough.

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  1. what is soda salt? is it eno salt/fruit salt

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  2. Nice. There is another bonda called 'goli baje' or Mangalore bonda which is very popular snack in Udupi/Mangalore area. There is a very slight change in the ingredients for that and rest everything is same.
    There is no rice flour, jeera in that recipe. We add curry leaves and a tiny amount of sugar to the flour and make the bonda. It is slightly chewy / soft in nature and needs to be consumed when it is hot.

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  3. Even i thought it is called mangalore bonda first, i tasted it in the mangalore once and it has the same ingredients. yesterday i tried this and it came out well. Thanks madam.

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  4. i tried out this recipe, but the bondas were very hard, i think it should rest for atleast two hours, 30 min not enough. what is the consistency of the bonda batter ?

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    1. The batter should be nicely aerated. We should nicely mix the batter atleast for 5 minutes and then the air would get incorporated and it would help to get soft bondas

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  5. without baking soda can we do this..

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    1. Hi Meenal, We are adding the baking soda to get a fluffy vada inside. Otherwise, it become hard. Add little baking soda for a soft vada. Alternatively you can also add Eno salt, which is available in the market.

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  6. Hi,
    This is a very nice post. Mysore Bonda is a very delicious recipe. Thank you for sharing the ingredients and recipe. It is yummy. Hope your next recipe will published soon.

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