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SWEET BONDA

Egg is optional in this recipe . I prepared half with egg and half without eggs . This photo is a mixture of the two . I forgot to take 2 separate pictures.


INGREDIENTS:

Maida--1 cup
Egg(optional ) --1
Sugar to taste
Milk - as per requirement

METHOD OF PREPARATION :

1 ) Mix all the ingredients to form like idli batter .



2) Heat oil for deep frying . Once hot , Drop batter spoon by spoon . Remove from thr flame,once it turns brown .
Sending this to 15 minute cooking hosted my Mahima , Event for Eggs hosted by Sudeshna and Srivalli's Mithai Mela .

Comments

Uma said…
wow, sweet bondas! What a delicious idea! looks so good and yummy Shama :)
new kind a bonda.. looks good. thanks shama for sending.
Priya Sriram said…
Sweet bonda looks sweet and yumm! Nice and easy recipe... :)
Pooja said…
Simple and yummy snack shama..
kittymatti said…
very different recipe!! super...
Priya Suresh said…
Sweet bonda looks too soft and yummy!
Unknown said…
wow.. looks really Yummy & awesome..
Vibaas said…
something new. it's so quick n easy. i'll try your eggless version some time.
Deepa Hari said…
Bonda looks yum...simple and delicious.
Never saw this kind of bonda before...sounds interesting...
Looks like a nice idea they have come out well too Shama... Good post...
My grandma always make this for me whenever i go to her village. Looks yummy.
Finla said…
Delicious looking bondas.
vidhas said…
New and yummy recipe.
Subhie Arun said…
yummy looking bondas...new to me....
Sanghi said…
Mmm yummy sweet bondas!
Anonymous said…
Yum Yum Shama..makes me hungry
Chitra said…
yummy, my mil used to add mashed banana to it:)
LOoking good...I love to eat
Recipeswap said…
Simple and fast!good entry
gtyuk said…
delicious sweet bondas, it's been a very long time since I ate it :)
Padma said…
Simple and yummy bondas... kids will sure love it...
ARUNA said…
new recipe.......never tried a sweet bonda, lloks awesome!!!
Unknown said…
Sweet bonda looks yumm..I can't wait to try these!
Srivalli said…
thanks for the lovely bondas..

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