Sunday, July 11, 2010

Sago Pepper Bonda

I rarely prepared fritters with sago, coz apart from kheer or puddings with sago none at home love anything with them...With lots of hesitation, i prepared sterday this simple and crispy bonda for our evening snacks with already soaked sagos, idly batter along with crushed pepper and cumin seeds finally mixed along with rice flour, this bonda is quite easy to prepare apart from the soaking time, its completely very quick to get ready within few minutes..With coconut chutney, this sago pepper bonda is definitely a fantastic evening snacks or an appetizier in a party menu..

Sago Bonda

1cup Sago (soaked for two hours)
1cup Idly batter
2tbsp Rice flour
1tsp Peppercorns
1/2tsp Cumin seeds
Salt
Few curry leaves
Oil for deepfrying

Crush the peppercorns and cumin seeds in a mortar & pestle...Drain the excess of the water from the saoked sago, take this soaked sago along with idly batter,rice flour, crushed peppercorns, cumin seeds, salt and curry leaves, mix everything well, heat enough oil for deep frying, once the oil is hot drop gently the sago-idly batter mixture with a teaspoon, fry on both sides until they turns golden brown..

Serve hot with coconut chutney..

51 comments:

  1. Another tasty snack! Thanks for sharing the recipe; do you need to add the rice powder to the idly batter again? Does that help with the crispy-ness?

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  2. Sago pepper bonda looks really yummy. Yes this one is nice tea time snack Priya.

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  3. hai priya..same pinch coz me too in sago recipe now..lovely..

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  4. one more innovative tasty snack from u dear...how can u get so many perfect ideas :)

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  5. Delicious bondas..feel like grabbing few right away :)

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  6. I agree with Parita.. I feel like having it right away... Looks yumm..

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  7. Perfect snack for tonight's FIFA final!

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  8. Priya, bonda looks so tempting n inviting da.

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  9. looks very yum,have never tried fritters with sago...got to try it out..

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  10. So nice and innovative.. got to try it out !

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  11. Hi. Looks so good. Nice use of Idli batter and sago.

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  12. You try many wonderful combinations

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  13. Wow.. this is really interesting. We make a similar one but we use chilly paste instead of pepper. :)

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  14. Thanks Priya for visiting my blog space. I am so glad you like it.Sago fritters are definitely a hit !! I have some sago sitting in my pantry and I am surely gonna give this a try.
    Cheers !
    Satrupa

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  15. This looks delicious, Priya. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  16. This is good..never even thought of making bondas with sago..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  17. Looks delicious and tasty too.
    Annie

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  18. The bonda is very tempting and inviting...missed ur blog in hurry burry...

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  19. I have never made anything with sago, i have a packet here as i saw once a pudding in sunitas place, this bondas look so so crispy delicous.

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  20. It looks so good and tempting. Book marked.

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  21. Interesting recipe... Love this bonda..

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  22. Hey thats so nice and crispy i can say....Oh Priya i missed all ur recipes these days....all of them are too good....today im just going thru all of them at once.....yummyyyyyy!!!!!!!

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  23. very inventive...love to eat anything with sabudana...they looks so delicious!

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  24. bonda looks delicious Priya. Nice lovely innovation

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  25. Wow! looks so good Priya, feel like munching some now:-)

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  26. நானும் இதே மாதிரி அடிக்கடி செய்வதுண்டு...எங்கள் வீட்டில் அனைவருக்கும் விருப்பம்...நன்றி...

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  27. Interesting recipe..looks real good, lovely

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  28. yum yum !! crispy and looks delish

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  29. Priya ur recipes are truly easy and tasty. Kudos!

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  30. perfect entry, must be delicious

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  31. Bonda sounds gr8! very innovative recipe...

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  32. nice idea of adding sago to idlibatter to make bondas.
    the onion roundup was so nice and great to see so many entries

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  33. What a yummy snack to go with coffee!!

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  34. wow...looks crispy and taaty

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  35. That looks amazing. I am drooling over these wadas. Yum for sure!

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  36. crunchy munchy mouth watering bondas...yumm yumm

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  37. very yummy and crispy snack. very tempting. I too make these but in slightly different manner

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  38. Interesting recipe with sago pearls. I find this much easier than sago vada. I am sure this tastes better too.

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  39. Nice twist with sago! Id love to try those :)

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  40. a very tempting snack. thank u 4 sending it to the event

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  41. this is really a delicious bonda.. nice try priya
    one doubt.. no need to cook the soaked sago for this preparation.?

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  42. Thanks friends..

    @?, yep absolutely,rice flour add crispiness to bondas..

    @Prani, yep no need to cook the soaked sago as they will turn soft once they get well soaked..hope i cleared ur doubt, thanks..

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  43. Crispy Bonda's..Never cooked anything other than payasam with sago..Will try this easy snack..

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  44. very crispy bonda...i love it very much..

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  45. hi priya....yummy and easy recipe....first time here...u have a wonderful blog :)Am a new kid in the blogosphere :)

    Lavanya

    www.lavsblogspot.com

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