The Healthify Food Library

The Healthify Food Library

mysore bonda



Mysore Bonda is a popular Indian snack originating from Mysore, Karnataka. It is a light, crisp, and fluffy deep-fried dumpling that is usually served with coconut chutney. The bonda is made from all purpose flour (maida) and yogurt, flavored with spices, and deep fried until golden brown. It's a perfect snack for tea time or served as an appetizer.

Get the best of both worlds - the taste you love and the health benefits you need - with mysore bonda

Chat with our coaches to find out how.





1 cup

purpose flour (maida)

rice flour

2 tablespoons

baking soda

1/2 teaspoon

Salt to taste

green chilies, finely chopped


ginger, grated

1 inch piece

Few curry leaves, finely chopped

fresh coriander leaves, finely chopped

2 tablespoons

ghee (clarified butter)

1 tablespoon

curd (yogurt)

3/4 cup

Enough oil for deep frying.



Step 1:

Take a bowl, mix all-purpose flour, rice flour, baking soda, and salt together.

Step 2:

Then, add chopped green chilies, grated ginger, chopped curry leaves, and chopped coriander leaves and mix well.

Step 3:

Add ghee and curd to the mixture and mix it well until it attains a thick consistency.

Step 4:

Leave the dough untouched for 2-3 hours to ferment.

Step 5:

Heat oil in a deep frying pan.

Step 6:

Make small round balls from the dough and drop them in hot oil.

Step 7:

Deep fry each bonda until it turns golden brown.

Step 8:

The Mysore Bonda is ready to be served hot with coconut chutney.

Frequently Asked Questions