Saturday, 14 July 2018


MINT BONDA is a popular tea time snack, especially during monsoon days. While we enjoy the spell of rain showers, we also get busy to find out the suitable snack to pair with.. The hot bondas teamed with hot tea seem to be suitable fried snacks.

Preparation Time+Ccooking Time: 20 minutes
Yield: 15 bondas out of this measurement of ingredients.


Raw rice flour 100 gms
Besan flour  200 gms
Asafoetida one pinch
Salt 1/2 tsp
Cooking Soda 1/2 tsp
Green chilly 1(optional)
Bellary onion chopped
Mint greens half a bunch. washed and chopped roughly.
Water 100 ml
Groundnut Oil 500 ml to deep fry


Mix the raw rice flour, besan flour, asafoetida, cooking soda, salt and water together.
Add the wet ingredients such as green chilly, Bellary onion, Roughly chopped Mint greens.
Mix to combine well.
Heat oil in a wok on medium flame.
Test the Oil till the point of temperature where a drop of batter comes up.
Now drop a spoonful of batter into the hot oil gently.
Repeat the same up to seven or eight per batch.
Let them deep-fry until the oil bubbles reduced to the minimum and to the pleasant golden brown colour.
Collect the bondas on absorbent tissue paper.
Serve hot with Tea.

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