Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Wheat Flour & Jaggery Bonda/Sweet Bonda – Diwali Special

Diwali festival is Full of lights, May your life be filled with colors and lights of happiness. 

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Hope you all had/having a great and safe Diwali :)

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For this Diwali I made this Sweet Bonda which is simple and wonderful dessert and can be prepared easily on special occasions and whenever you want to have some sweet with jaggery.

My mom used to make them very regularly when we were kids as evening snacks and we used to enjoy them after coming back from school.

These are prepared by simple ingredients like Wheat Flour and Jaggery. Adding coconut, rice flour and milk gave a yummy flavor. If we want we can omit them and use water instead of milk. 


If we want crispiness to bondas we can use rice flour, if not we can avoid it. To get better shapes of bonda we can use a deep curved ladle or an icecream scoop to pour the batter into oil.

Ingredients:

Wheat flour – 1 cup
Jaggery grated – ½ cup
Sugar (optional) – 1 tsp
Dry Coconut grated (optional) – 2 tsp
Elachi Powder – a pinch
Milk – 5-6tsps
Water
Salt a pinch
Oil for deep frying



Preparation

  • In a wide bowl take wheat flour, add grated jaggery , milk , sugar, elachi powder, coconut, salt and mix well.
  • Add little water if required and mix well till the consistency of batter will be like vada batter.
  • Keep this mixture aside for 1-2 hrs.
  • Heat oil in a pan; pour the batter into it with the help of ladle.
  • Cook well on medium flame.
  • Fry bonda’s well till golden color and drain them to kitchen towel.
Sending this to Dish it out - Wheat and Jaggery hosted by SouthIndianHome originally started by Vardhini, Serve It - Festival Potluck hosted by Krithi & Denny,  Diwali- Festival of LIGHTS hosted by Anu ,  My Diwali MyWay hosted by Khusi, Only Sweets and Desserts hosted by Gayathri originally started by Pari and to my event CC-Festive Food











32 comments:

  1. Looks so delicious

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  2. Woww... lovely and delicious recipe.. looks absolutely perfect :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  3. Lovely sweet,easy n perfect for evening snack.

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  4. Happy Diwali...your bondas look so festive.Nice recipe.

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  5. wonderful idea and sweet bondas are innovative! Hope you had a great diwali

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  6. Wow yummy sweet bondas ... Diyas look wonderful ...

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  7. Yummy bondas...Hope you had a nice Diwali!

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  8. Sounds lovely, looks yummy! Happy Diwali to you :)

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  9. What a lovely cute little bondas:-) Wud love to grab a few!

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  10. looks so delicious and tempting...lovely clicks dear ...
    A very Happy Diwali to you & your family !!!

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  11. Nice recipe,yummy bonda..thanks for sharing

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  12. Looks very yummy.. Had them at my friends place.. they were real tastey

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  13. Lovely looking bonda. A very Happy Diwali to you and your family.

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  14. Perfect traditional way to celeb Diwali.. I also make this one, will add bananas though.. hope you are sending this to the festival event happening at our space..
    Krithi's Kitchen
    Event: Serve It - Festival Potluck

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  15. Belated Diwali Wishes to you n your family...this is so delicious and yummy...we use to add some mashed banana to it :)
    Just to let u know that my blog title was changed to "Spicy Treats" (before it was Typical Indian Cooking

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  16. Wow they looks super cute and quite addictive, Happy diwali wishes..

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  17. the bondas look delicious, Happy Diwali!

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  18. Sweet bondas looks cute and delicious Sravs.

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  19. Looks delicious. Love to try them. Belated Diwali wishes to you and your family.

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  20. This is a unique kind of a bonda for me..use of Jaggery over sugar makes it healthier I think..thanks for posting.

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  21. wow..sounds unique n tasty...well presented sravs..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  22. This looks good, and looks similar to appam- I love the name sweet bonda :) Thanks for visiting gal you have a great place too. I would love to participate in your events..

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  23. Looks so tempting and delicious. Hope you had a wonderful Diwali.

    Thank you for visiting my blog. You have a nice blog with many yummy recipes.

    Uma@Trendy Relish.

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  24. Please accept the awards from my blog on nov 1st post ...... thanks

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  25. Authentic recipe perfectly done...looks interesting!!

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  26. Authentic recipe perfectly done...looks interesting!!

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  27. bonda looks perfect and delicious..yum yum

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