Jan 27, 2008

Masala aloo Bonda

I make this snack very frequently for the evening tea.Here we go with the recipe of the Aloo Bondas. You can use this indise masala as a side dish for sambar rice.




INGREDIENTS:

For Filling:
Boiled potato - 3
Mustard Seeds,Urad Dal,Jeera seeds(each) - 2 tsp
Curry ,coriander leaves - 2tsp
Chopped onion - 2
Chopped tomato - 2
Frozen peas,carrot - 1/2 cup
Chili,Coriander powder(each) - 2 tsp





For layer:

Gram flour - 2cup

Rice flour - 1 cup

Chili powder - 3tsp

Baking soda - 1pinch(for crispness)






METHOD:

For layer mix all these and keep aside.Heat oil in pan add mustered,jeera seeds,urad dal and curry leaves and allow it to sputter.Now add onion,tomato and saute it for 2 mins,Then add carrot,peas and allow it cook well.Put chili,coriander powder and mix well.Add boiled potatos and saute it for 5mins.Cook well and let it cool.Now make this potato masala as balls and dip into mixed batter and deep fry it.Serve hot with tea.

I am sending these aloo bondas to The Potato - A Blog Event by alex.

22 comments:

Mythreyee said...

This looks awesome. Send this entry for JFI onion hosted by radhika of radhi's kitchen.

Nirmala said...

Welcome to the cooking blogging world. I love seeing new folks. So welcome!

culinaryprincess said...

Your masala bonda's look soo appetizing!Keep up the good work!

Daily Meals said...

Looks yummy...

easycrafts said...

Looks great and very crispy

Dhivya said...

Hi to all ..thanks for dropping bye

Namratha said...

Hi Dhivya, I love aloo bondas too :) They are my fav snack..welcome to the blogging world!!

Shanthi said...

Hi, your blog will be really helpful when i leave my mom and suffer alone in kitchen. Now as usual will order her to do stuff for me :)

Siri said...

Dhivya-Aloo Bondas are my favorite.. and they look yummy.. Thanks for dropping by my blog which lead to urs..:)

U can send this as an entry to "Potato - A Blog Event". Details are in the below link:

www.events-n-roundups.blogspot.com

Enjoii and Happy Food Blogging!

~ Siri

Dhivya said...

Hi narmatha and shanti
thanks for visiting my blog
Hi sri
Thank for ur information

Nanditha Prabhu said...

wow yummy! they look so inviting!i love bondas!

chemcookit said...

Looks delicious! Glad to see another great Indian food blog on the scene!

Meera said...

Aloo bonda looks delicious. Wish I could it right now!! :-)

Sagari said...

divya those looks just perfect for this weather nice recipe

Dhivya said...

Thank you all for stopping by and leaving nice comments.

vimmi said...

Love aloo bonda. we call it wada. very yummy looking.

Dhivya said...

Thanks vimmy

Kribha said...

OMG! It's around lunchtime here and I'm craving for some right now.

Dhivya said...

Hi kribha - want me to send u :)

Alex said...

These look gorgeous! Do you suppose they're super healthy too?!

Thanks for participating!

Ivy said...

They sound nice and spicy.

Paru said...

Hi! I used ur recipe as ur site came out first, and when i made it, sorry to say that it did not come out well at all. It's very cracked and breakeable with fillings coming out....may due to the following reasons (i) which type of potato to be used is not specified here (ii) rice flour is too much, may be 1 to 2 tsp shud be okay (iii) baking soda may not be required as it caused flour to be too crispy and breakable...however,this bonda pic looks very good :-)