Monday, November 23, 2009

Baked Aloo Bonda (Potato Bonda)

With almost everyone on a diet, a cook has to find a way to prepare meals which is low in both calories and fat. I used to make potato bhajia with bread, and unfortunately I was out of bread that day. So tried this new recipe, and it was a super hit.

2 cups Dry Potato vegetable
1 cup besan (gram flour)
3 tbsps oil or oil spray
salt 2 pinches
water as needed

  1. Add salt, besan and water together. Consistency should be of a thick paste.
  2. Make small fist size balls of potato vegetable, dip them in the batter. Roll it and cover the ball with batter.
  3. Drop the balls in appam pan. Drop a drop of oil or drizzle with oil spray. Bake till both sides are cooked.
  4. Serve hot with ketchup or coconut chutney.


Manishams said...

Very unique receipe and no frying which is great!!! Will definately give it a try...

Sailaja Damodaran said...

Nice one to have with a cup of hot tea......

kothiyavunu said...

Oh that brings back all nostalgic memories...mommy used to make them, this looks super delicious, my friend. Want to have a bite:)