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Sago Bonda

I seldom use Sago for evening snack. However my mum's cook did this during my recent India trip and kids liked it. I also had Sago stock (which I wanted to finish it). I roughly had an idea about what she did. I tried it today for quick evening snack as kids wanted something crunchy. I was so lazy to try any chutney.. I served with sauce. This is perfect for even bachelors!
Ingredients:
 Sago - 1 Cup (soaked for 4-6 hours)
Rice flour - 1 Cup 
Green Chillies - 4-6 (Finely chopped)

Onion - 3 finely chopped 
Sour Butter milk / yogurt - 2 tablespoon
asafoetida - Pinch
Salt per taste
Curry Leaves - 2 tablespoon (finely chopped)

Coriander leaves - 2 tablespoon (finely chopped)
Oil for deep frying


Method:
Soak the Sago for 4-6 hours. Drain the water from Sago. Combine all the ingredients except oil in an boarder bowl and mix well to make the batter. 
Heat the oil in a kada (for deep frying). When the oil is hot take the batter in the hand (about small lemon size) and drop it in the oil.
Let it cook well in medium flame. it will take about 2-3 mins for every batch. If it is getting brown earlier than that them the oil is very hot and flame is high reduce it (cook till it is brown in color or till "shhh" sound subside)




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15 comments:

  1. Sago bonda looks very inviting and delicious dear.. awesome...

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  2. love this crisp bondas, delicious...

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  3. These look so crunchy and moreish!

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  4. very very delicious looking bonda .. make me hungry !! wud love to finish the whole plate of bonda's :)

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  5. Bonda with sago is new to me..but it looks yummy...will try it for sure.

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  6. Different recipe using sago.loved your clicks.

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  7. looking very cute...very tempting..

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  8. Would love to munch anytime, crispy bondas makes me drool.

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  9. I have half packet of sago in my pantry. THANKS FOR THE recipe, I will make it tomorrow.

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  10. Delicious and inviting. Pics look great.

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  11. Ths bondas are favourite in my family...

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  12. Looks tempting, a new innovative bonda :)

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