Looking for a new and yummy tea snack? Try out this crispy matar Mysore bonda recipe.
These sweet bondas are filled with the deliciousness of banana and jaggery and makes a perfect snack to indulge in any time.
A popular tea time snack, Bonda is a deep fried delicacy popular across Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. Traditionally, the process of making a bonda involves a spicy potato filling dipped in a gram flour ...
Onion Bonda Recipe: With monsoon upon us, you may have already had umpteen snacks like pyaaz pakoda or kanda bhaji; now make way for onion bonda and make the monsoons even more memorable.
For the uninitiated, 'bonda' is a south Indian fried dumpling that is crispy from outside and soft and mushy from inside.
Sabudana bonda recipe: These crispy sabudana bonda make for an ideal evening snack, and we bet you wont be able to stop at one.
Navaratri 2021: This year make yummy sabudana bonda for a quick and wholesome snack.
These deep-fried rounded balls of sensation are not only delectable but are also quite filling. Here we bring you a non-vegetarian version of aloo bonda. Read on to know more.
Banana Bonda Recipe: Bondas are mostly savoury and thus make for a cool tea-time snack; however, banana bonda has a slight tinge of sweetness and yet it goes very well with evening cup of tea.
Bonda is fried dumpling typically stuffed with a spicy potato filling. The South Indian snack is found in many spicy and sweet versions.