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Dosa / idli batter Bonda

My mum use to make this bonda during college days. I never tried on my own before. It has been in my list for quite sometime. Other day I made fresh Dosa/idli batter and it was pouring outside. Kids wanted some snack for the tea time. So I decide to use Dosa/idli batter bonda. Kids enjoyed it. It is simple after school snack for the kids

Ingredients:

Dosa/idli batter - 1 cup (fresh not fermented)
Cumin seeds - 1 teaspoon
Curry leaves -10 to 15
Salt per taste
Rice flour - 1 tablespoon
Oil for deep frying

Method:
Mix all the ingredients together and make the bonda batter (it will be like vada batter. In a consistency that you can drop it in the oil)
Head the deep curved kada and oil. When the oil is hot drop the spoonful batter and let it cook well. When it is fully cooked (when the "shhhh"sounds subsides) take it out by draining excess oil. Put it in tissue paper to drain the extra oil from it. 
Serve hot with sambar or chutney or sauce
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21 comments:

  1. Ooooo... Feel like eating now...

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  2. Lovely idea of using the idli/dosa batter as bondas! :)
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  3. My mom makes this when we were kids. Super tempting bondas

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  4. lovely bondas from dosa batter...nice!

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  6. yum....looks crispy n delish

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  7. nice bonda. good step by step clicks

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  8. Feel like munching some,super addictive bondas.

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  9. u are tempting me now veena :) i love bonda but due to diet couldn't eat it :(

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  10. Very tempting!!! If i start making these, i need to grind a fresh batch of batter for idly/dosa!!! :)

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  11. very healthy n delicious snack,yummy!!

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  12. fantastic..very crispy..my mom used to make this often..now i remembering those days...

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  13. Nice idea with idli batter, they look awesome..

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  14. Love the bonda. Crispy outside and softy inside.

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  15. Wow.. Hearing this for the first time.. Loved the lil fritters dipped in sambar :)

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  16. I love this Dosa recipe. Dosa are my favorite and I love to try different Dosa. This Dosa is refreshingly new.

    I am going to try this. Can't wait to try it. thank you for shearing your post. Regards, Dosa

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  17. Your recipe is looks awsme, you give the easiest way to prepare this recipe, from your recipe tips many people gets advantage. Regards,
    Idli

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