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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Onion Bonda / Chickpea Fritters

Onion Bonda / Chickpea Fritters
Onion Bonda is a crispy, yummy and tempting appetizer, which is a popular evening snack in South India particularly in Tamil Nadu and Andra. Hot bonda with monsoon or winter will be a perfect choice.

2 1/2 cups Chickpea flour/Besan/Kadalai mavu.
1/2 cup Rice flour.
1 Finely chopped Onion.  
1 tsp Red chilli powder.
1 pinch baking soda.  
1 pinch Asafoetida/Perungayam (Optional)
1 strand Curry leaves.
2 Green Chilli's. 
Salt to taste.  
Oil for deep fry.  
Water as required.

Preparation :  
In a bowl add finely chopped Onion, salt, Besan flour, Rice flour, Red chilli powder, Baking soda, Salt, scratched green chilly, finely chopped curry leaves and Asafoetida  then add some water and mix nicely in thick batter consistency without making lumps.

Heat oil in a fry pan in medium heat, when it gets hot using the spoon drop a small ball like portion directly into the hot oil, fry in oil until the Bonda become golden in color.

Serve hot with tomato ketchup or any chutney. which is perfect monsoon delight.
For know the perfect thickness of batter consistency see the above attached Picture.

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