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Sweet Bonda Recipes
If you are keen on making a famous Indian snack then do try this. Its a mouth watering snack. It is normally served with chutney. I suggest that you should watch the video before making the snack. Im sure youre family will love it. GETTING READY 1. Peel and
Bateta Vada or Aaloo Bonda - Spicy Potato Balls
A very famous Kerala style sweet snack that has the peculiar combination of green gram coconut and jaggery deep fried in flour batter Though it has jaggery it is mildly sweet without the overwhelming taste of coconut. GETTING READY 1. In a pressure cooker add
Sweet Snack Sukiyan!
On the roads of Delhi Mung ki Dal Pakoda is very popular and this is often served with a mint coriander chutney and grated radish. These pakodas are yummy and very easy to make. GETTING READY 1. In a pot soak the split green gram in enough water for an hour.
Monsoon Delight - Moong Dal Pakoda (Split Green Gram Fritter)
1. Chop the large onion and take it in to a mixing bowl. 2. Add chopped ginger flour chopped chilli salt chilli powder baking powder and yogurt to the above and mix it well. It forms a very thick batter. Do not add water or any other liquid to make it loose as