ONION CABBAGE BONDA - TEA TIME SNACK RECIPE

ONION CABBAGE BONDA - TEA TIME SNACK RECIPE

Onion cabbage bonda is a yummy tea time snack recipe. It is so easy and can be made in short time. So it is perfect snack to prepare for the sudden guest visits.
The base ingredient to make this snack is gram flour (Besan/kadalai maavu).
we can make variety of bondas with the besan/gram flour as base.
This onion cabbage bonda reminds me my school days. There is tea stall in the outside of my school. While crossing that shop in the evening time this bonda aroma from that shop itself will make us salivate, that too in that hungry time no words to explain that feelJ.   
While seeing the ingredient list it may look difficult, but this bonda is so easy to make and tasty.
ONION CABBAGE BONDA - TEA TIME SNACK RECIPE

Ok now coming to the recipe.
VIDEO RECIPE:

ONION CABBAGE BONDA(USING GRAM FLOUR)
RECIPE TYPE: SNACKS | CUISINE: SOUTH INDIAN | YIELDS: 10-12 BONDAS
PREPARATION TIME: 10 MIN | COOKING TIME: 20 MIN
ONION CABBAGE BONDA - TEA TIME SNACK RECIPE


METHOD:
Finely chop the onion length wise. Similarly chop the cabbage finely and green chillies.
Finely chop the coriander leaves and curry leaves.
In large bowl take the chopped onion and cabbage.

Add the chilli powder, green chillies, ginger garlic paste , asafetida, curry leaves ,salt and mix well.
 



Then add the besan and rice flour. 

Mix well using hands. Add a ladle full of hot oil and mix well. 

The mixture will becomes crumble. Then add few table spoon of water and gather to make it as stiff dough. Don’t add more water.  Make equal sized balls and keep them ready.

Heat oil in a pan and then add the prepared bonda one by one. Cook in medium low flame until it turns golden brown.

Serve hot with any chutney as of your choice or simply with tomato ketchup.
ONION CABBAGE BONDA - TEA TIME SNACK RECIPE

NOTES:
  • More amounts of onion and cabbage gives nice taste and flavor to the bonda, so don’t reduce the quantity of onion and cabbage.
  • You can add a teaspoon of baking soda to make it more crispy.
  • Always cook in medium low flame to make it cook in the center otherwise the center will remain uncooked.
  • You can make crispy pakodas also with this same dough.
  • while making for small kids, you can skip the green chillies or add green chilli paste.





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