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.
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Take a bowl, mix all-purpose flour, rice flour, baking soda, and salt together.
Then, add chopped green chilies, grated ginger, chopped curry leaves, and chopped coriander leaves and mix well.
Add ghee and curd to the mixture and mix it well until it attains a thick consistency.
Leave the dough untouched for 2-3 hours to ferment.
Heat oil in a deep frying pan.
Make small round balls from the dough and drop them in hot oil.
Deep fry each bonda until it turns golden brown.
The Mysore Bonda is ready to be served hot with coconut chutney.