Bread Bonda


Bread Bonda is one of the south Indian snacks. Here the breads are stuffed with the dry aloo curry and deep fried in the oil. But this time I tried it out in a different way. We are all very health conscious and eating fried things with too much of oil is not good. So just try this bread bonda with very less oil.

Bread Bonda

 

 

 

 

 

Ingredients:

For stuffing:

  1. 3 to 4 Medium size potatoes
  2. 1 Medium size onion finely chopped
  3. 2 Green chillies finely chopped
  4. Fresh coriander leaves
  5. 1 Tbsp lemon juice
  6. Salt as per taste
  7. Oil 2 tbsp
  8. 1/4 Tbsp Mustard seeds and turmeric powder
  9. 1/4 Tbsp Sugar

For Bonda:

  1. Bread slice 1/2 pound
  2. Oil as required

Method:

Stuffing:

Boil the potatoes and peel of the skin and keep aside. Now take a pan on heater add oil once hot add mustard seeds. Allow it to crackle.Add turmeric powder and add green chillies and fry it.Add onions and fry it till golden brown. Now add salt and bit sugar and mix it well. Mash the potatoes and mix it well. Also add lemon juice mix well and garnish it with fresh coriander leaves.

How to proceed:

Take a bread slice take off the edges. Sprinkle water to it and make it bit wet. Now take the stuffing and make a small ball of lemon size and keep it in the centre and fold the edges and make a circular shape. Repeat the same process for the rest of the slices.

Now take a Paddu Tava ( non stick) on heater add oil to it and heat it. Once the tava is hot keep medium flame and keep the stuffed breads in the holes and drop a tbsp of oil to every stuffed breads. Turn them over and cook the other side and also the sides of it till they are golden brown. Serve hot with tomato sauce. This bread bondas are really made  with less oil.

Bread Bonda

 

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