Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Baked Aloo Bonda / Baked Urulaikilangu Bonda / Baked Batata vada


Evening snacks are so good, especially when they are made with potato...With hot masala tea,crispy aloo bondas, who can say no to that...I had some leftover poori masala and I prepared/baked this aloo bonda..To our surprise it was so crispy and good...and also with very little oil compared to frying..Using a sprayer to spray oil evenly on bondas really help a lot...I baked this in my little toaster oven,but surely can prepare in big oven too...Since I used leftover masala, I didn't wanted to use the big oven...Do try this way, and you need not have guilt about eating snacks...And I'm preparing this for BM#53, week 4 under guilt free indulgence...

Ingredients

IngredientMeasurement
Potato stuffing3/4 cup
Besan flour1/2 cup
Rice flour2 tblsp
Turmeric powder1/4 tsp
Salt1 pinch
Chilli powder1/2 tsp
Hing/Asafoetida1 pinch
Baking soda1 pinch
Saltas needed
Oilfor spraying

Method

Take besan flour/ kadalai maavu, rice flour,turmeric powder, chilli powder,hing,baking soda,salt in a wide bowl and make a thick paste with water...

Make balls out of the potato stuffing...Dip the balls in the besan flour mixture and line them in a greased baking tray...Spray little oil on top too...Bake at 375 F for 25 minutes(in toaster oven)....Since every oven differs, keep an eye at last 5 minutes...So that we don't get brown bondas...

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30 comments:

  1. Vey healthy and yummy batata vada !!

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  2. Baked bondas!! Wow! The whole deep frying dilemma can be put aside.

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  3. Baked bondas looks tempting .. I have never tried baked bondas.. These look delicious.

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  4. I have yet to try the baked version , but for sure Bondas look awesome and tempting.

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  5. I was looking for a good baked pakoda / bonda recipe and love your version. Would keep this recipe in my mind.

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  6. I have been wanting to try this baked version myself..should do it soon..your bondas look very inviting..

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  7. Came out really good. Baking is such a healthy option too.

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  8. Love this version of aloo bonda.

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  9. You brought back so many memories of my batata vada and vada pau experiences in Mumbai....have to try these yummy looking bondas!

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  10. Baking potato bondas is a great idea. Yours came out so crispy and delicious.

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  11. love this version dear. You have made it very healthy and yummy. Great share

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  12. Wat an interesting way to make aloo bonda, well done..

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  13. Healthy way to make aloo bonda............must try recipe.
    www.tastentips.blogspot.in

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