Urad Dal Bonda

Urad Dal Bonda

Enjoy fond recollections of childhood by serving deep-fried, lip-smacking Urad Dal Bonda to your beloved family members. Here is an easy recipe for you to refer to so that you can quickly prepare this tasty snack. Check it out and prepare it at home!  

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Yields1 ServingPrep Time15 minsCook Time2 hrs 15 minsTotal Time2 hrs 30 mins

 3 tbsp Coconut, chopped
 2 tbsp Coriander Leaves, chopped
 2 tbsp Curry Leaves, chopped
 ¼ tsp Asafoetida
 1 Green Chilli
 Dwaraka Organic Sunflower Oil
 Salt as per taste
Method
1

Soak the Urad Dal for about 2 hours and grind with less water until it smoothens and turns fluffy.

2

Next, add the chopped Coconuts, Asafoetida, chopped Coriander Leaves, chopped Curry Leaves, Rice Flour, and Black Pepper.

3

Mix the whole thing well.

4

Once done, let the mixture rest for a while.

5

Now, grease your hands with water, take chunks from the mixture, and shape them into small balls.

6

Take a pan or kadai and heat some Sunflower Oil.

7

Once heated, lower the flame and carefully drop the mixture balls in the oil.

8

Let them fry until golden brown.

9

You can also keep the flame on medium, but you must ensure that the inside is cooked well, and for this, low flame is the best option.

10

Once the Bondas are fried well and turn crispy, transfer them to a paper towel to drain the excess oil.

11

Finally, serve the crispy, piping hot Urad Dal Bondas with coriander or mint chutney.

Ingredients

 3 tbsp Coconut, chopped
 2 tbsp Coriander Leaves, chopped
 2 tbsp Curry Leaves, chopped
 ¼ tsp Asafoetida
 1 Green Chilli
 Dwaraka Organic Sunflower Oil
 Salt as per taste

Directions

Method
1

Soak the Urad Dal for about 2 hours and grind with less water until it smoothens and turns fluffy.

2

Next, add the chopped Coconuts, Asafoetida, chopped Coriander Leaves, chopped Curry Leaves, Rice Flour, and Black Pepper.

3

Mix the whole thing well.

4

Once done, let the mixture rest for a while.

5

Now, grease your hands with water, take chunks from the mixture, and shape them into small balls.

6

Take a pan or kadai and heat some Sunflower Oil.

7

Once heated, lower the flame and carefully drop the mixture balls in the oil.

8

Let them fry until golden brown.

9

You can also keep the flame on medium, but you must ensure that the inside is cooked well, and for this, low flame is the best option.

10

Once the Bondas are fried well and turn crispy, transfer them to a paper towel to drain the excess oil.

11

Finally, serve the crispy, piping hot Urad Dal Bondas with coriander or mint chutney.

Urad Dal Bonda