Mangalore Bonda Recipe | Goli Baje Recipe | Mangalore Bajji
Mangalore Bonda Recipe | Goli Baje Recipe | Mangalore Bajji recipe with step by step pictures and instructions. Mangolore Bonda /Goli Baje is popular tea time snack recipe from Udupi cuisine. It originated from Mangalore so it is called as Mangalore Bonda or Bajji. It is crispy outside and soft inside. Goli baje is prepared with all purpose flour and sour curd.
This recipe is from chef venkatesh bhat from popular tamil show samayal samayal. I am big fan of him and have tried so many recipes. Sour curd give nice texture to the bonda. It is perfect evening snack to enjoy with hot Tea/Coffee. Serve it with spicy onion tomato chutney or coconut chutney. I have already shared street style maida bonda which is little different from Mangalore bonda.
Shhh Cooking Secretly Challenge
Challenge for this month in Shhh Secretly cooking challenge FB group is Udupi cuisine suggested by Jayashree. She has written many ebooks and have many interesting recipes like Watermelon Rind Smoothie. Udupi Cuisine has so many variety of dishes to choose like Mangalore buns, Kosambari, Huli, Rasayana, saaru, patrode, neer dosa to name a few.
My partner for this month is very talented blogger Sharanya who blogs Saras taste buds. I gave her red chilli and jaggery as secret ingredients and she made the Uppu hulli dosa. She gave me ginger and pepper as secret ingredients and I made this delicious Mangalore Bonda. First I tried Mangalore buns but was not so happy with pictures so changed to Mangalore bonda.
Do try and let me know your feedback. You can also try the below recipes
How to make Mangalore Bonda with step by step pictures
Take Maida in a bowl. Add finely chopped ginger, green chilli, curry leaves, pepper, cumin seeds, hing and salt to it.
Add curd to it and mix nicely to form a thick batter. Beat with your hands till fluffy.
Batter should be dropping consistency. Add baking soda to it.
Mix nicely and allow it to rest for 10-15 minutes.
Heat oil and wet your hands and drop each ball in oil.
Fry them till golden and drain in tissue paper.
Mangalore Bonda is ready. Serve it with tomato or coconut chutney.
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