Mysore Bajji / Mysore Bonda Or Mangalore Bajji

I would love to say Mysore is famous for quite a few dishes which are made all over the world and also in different states of India. I am very proud to say that i am a mysore girl and also my husband too. There are lots of dishes which use the name mysore in them like mysore masala dosa, mysore pak, mysore bonda etc., It really makes happy to see some other blogs/ websites mention these dishes. This bonda/bajji made in the road side cart and restaurant we used to have it. I remember this fondly from my school and college days. Simple to make... I love to make this and share this recipe with everyone...Nice to have it in chilli weather for hot fried snacks with some hot chutney. It is also known as Mangalore bajji (Goli bajji)

  • Maida / All purpose flour - 1/2 cup
  • Rice flour - 1/4 cup
  • Baking powder - 1/4 tsp
  • Jeera seeds - 1/2 tsp
  • Green chillies chopped - 1 (Medium hot)
  • Salt to taste
  • Buttermilk (aprox 1/2 cup)
  • Mix maida, rice flour, baking powder in a bowl
  • Add jeera seeds, green chillies, salt and add buttermilk ( batter should not be too thick or thin consistency should be dosa / idli batter if not enough buttermilk you can add it little bit
  • Leave for 5 mins
  • Heat enough oil in a pan
  • Take a medium size spoon or hand use whatever you like , i use spoon to pour the batter into the oil
  • Take a spoon full of batter and slowly drop into the oil fry till golden brown color
  • Serve hot with coconut chutney

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Unknown said...

My fav to munch on...looks perfect

Sonia said...

This is also called Goli baje aka Mangalore bhajjis

Vanamala Hebbar said...

-Thanks sharmilee
-Sonia u r right!!

Chitra said...

i make with urad dal . will try this version soon :)

hotpotcooking said...

i have never tried with APF and buttermilk. Let me try urs

Kannada Cuisine said...

Ha! me a Mysore gal too..but we call these Manglore bajji..for some reason, I have no clue :)
But love it with some good coconut chutney. Reminds me of raining evenings we did get these from as u said the street vendors..

Chitra Amma's Kitchen said...

Dear Mala,

Wish you a very happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.
Welcome snack for this cold Weather.

Anonymous said...

Hi .. A lot of people get confused between Mysore Bonda & mangalore Bajji .. The recipe you have mentioned is Goli Bajji/mangalore Bajji .. In Mysore bonda soaked & ground urad dal is used just like you make uddina vade but it is shaped differently & coconut pieces are added along with pepper.

I am from Mysore too & I verified from other sources & family too before commenting here. Please do make the change. I love reading your blog, keep up the good work.

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