Brinjal Bonda ~ Bonda Masala

Brinjal Bonda
Delicious evening snack

Blog:       Author: Lakshmi Grandhim
Preparation time : 10min             Mixing Time : 5mins       Total Time Taken : 25min
              Makes :  10-12 bondas                         

200g : Besan Flour
1tbsp: Rice Flour
A big pinch: Soda-bicarb
            10 num: Baby brinjals
 2 tsp : Red Chilli powder
  1 tsp: Garam Masala
    1tsp: Chaat Masala
    Oil for deep frying

Method :
1.          Wash and clean brinjals. Wipe them clean.  
2.          Mix chili powder, garam masala, chaat masala and salt.
3.         Slit the brinjal from tail end. Make a cross slit and fill in the above masala. Let brinjals sit with masala for 15-20 mins.  
4.         Meanwhile, mix besan flour, rice flour, salt, soda-bicarb. Add water and make a thick batter.  
5.         Heat oil on medium heat. Dip brinjals in the besan batter and deep fry till they turn golden brown.   
6.         Serve with pudina chutney and tamarind chutney topped with chopped onions and coriander.


notyet100 said...

Besan Pakhoda look yum ,even I edited pakhodi pics yesterday will publish them soon,,,:)

Cham said...

I never done this way. Looks absolutely delectable Laks!

Harini said...

Tasty bonda with nice clicks,visit me sometime

Savi-Ruchi said...

ide tharada capsicum bonda thindidde, but eggplant?! Very new to me LG. Do the eggplant get cooked so fast?

Lakshmi said...

Sushma, Yes adikke baby brinjals buy maadi. Lil cute brinjals are easy to cook and when you cook on slow-medium heat they get cooked very well.

Nagashree said...

Wow, badanekayi bajji, yummy.

Kumudha said...

This is new to me. I always make aloo bonda, and pakoda ...

Thank you so much for so many creative recipes! said...


Preethi said...

They look absolutely yum. I used to live in Davanagere and used to love bondas and bhajjis. Never heard of brinjal bonda though. Will give it a try.