Aloo Bonda or Potato Bonda used to be very famous street snack in Karnataka. Street vendors used to sell balekayi bajji, masala ambode, alu bonda, mesasina kayi bajji. Now all these snacks are taken over by instant chats. Alugadde bonda brings back the memory of Saraswathi puram bonda stall in Myore near the Saraswathi Shishu vihara field. This stall used to be open from around 6 pm but everything will be over by 8. These snacks were so good, it was worth the money and the waiting . Try this no onion no garlic bonda with a hot coffee or tea. Here is the recipe of popular aloo bonda.
Bombay saagu or Potato sagu and Poori is the very popular combination you see in every restaurant menu. Simple ingredients, very easy recipe is this potato sagu. No grinding required. Saagu can be prepared using mixed vegetables as well. Bombay Sagu goes well with chapati, rava idli, and set dosa.
Cabbage Manchurian recipe is adopted from the Chinese cuisine to our taste. Here is this recipe I have not used any store bought sauce like soya sauce, tomato ketchup. Pure and simple! This is 2 in 1 dish, you can just make cabbage pakora and eat or you can add the cabbage bonda/pakoda to oggarane/ Masala and enjoy as Manchurian! Kids friendly and perfect evening snack with a hot cup of coffee or Tea!
Bonda soup is just a perfect winter time snack cum appetizer, which is very soothing and super tasty. First time I had this Bonda soup at my friends place. It was a rainy winter evening when we visited my friend Vidya’s house. This hot bonda soup was waiting for us :) Yum.. so soothing and so delicious hot soup with Mysore Bonda! I should mention here Vidya is a great cook, prepares exotic foods, each time something different- something new! This is when I fell in love with Bonda soup. It is no onion no garlic restaurant style Bonda soup which you can enjoy at home :) with simple available ingredients. I am sharing this wonderful healthy recipe, please try and enjoy