Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Idly Batter Bonda | Idly Flour Bonda | Idly Maavu Bonda |How to make Bonda from Left Over Idly Batter



Idly batter Bonda is a easy crispy snack made with the left over Idly batter. This is simple easy bonda can be done whenever we have some left over idly batter. 

These bonda are quite soft and crunchy and have a best snack for a tea time. I got this recipe from Mrs Mallika Badrinath's snack book. I will try her recipes every time. In this Bonda she added Sago/Javarisi instead of adding rice flour in order to make the bonda is little spongy and outer layer is crispy. 

If you have idly batter it your job is quite easy to make a snack. Have an easy and tasty tea time snack this evening. 








How to make easy Bonda using Idly Batter



























Ingredients Required



No of servings : 3 
Time of preparation : 15 mins(excluding soaking time)


Method of Preparation



1. Soak sago/javarisi in the idly batter for 1/2 hour its will sucks all the water in it and also 1 tbsp of channa dhal in water for 1/2 hour. After Add this to the batter along with finely chopped onion, green chilli coriander leaves and curry leaves to it.




2. Mix all together it forms a perfect batter for Bonda(don't add water). Heat oil in a kadai, take a ball like a batter and put into them into the oil. Fry until the bonda is golden brown.




Serve Hot with any Coconut chutney or tomato Ketchup.