Thursday, May 5, 2011

Aloo Soya Bonda

I was craving for some aloo bondas since a long, after a long hesitation and discussion with my teddies i tried to reproduce the usual aloo bonda with a twist, yep i have added some cooked soya kheema to this aloo bonda..Adding soya kheema to the usual aloo masala turned out simply delicious..Actually i wanted to finish some leftover soyachunks which was sitting in my pantry since a long, finally i found out a simple and fantastic way to use those soyachunks by adding them in aloo masala for making this aloo bonda...We happily enjoyed having this yummy fritters for our snacks and none at home noticed the addition of soya kheema until i revealed the secret ingredient the famous 'Soya chunks'..

Aloo Soya Bonda

2nos Potatoes (big & cooked)
1/2cup Cooked soya chunks (grind as coarse paste)
1no Onion(chopped finely)
3nos Green chillies (chopped)
1tsp Ginger (grated)
1/4tsp Mustard seeds
1/4tsp Cumin seeds
Chopped coriander leaves
Salt
Oil

For Batter:
1/2cup Gram flour
1/4cup Rice flour
1/2tsp Baking powder
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
1/2tsp Red chilly powder
Salt
Oil for deep frying

Heat enough oil,fry the mustard seeds, cumin seeds..immediately add the chopped onions, grated ginger and chopped green chillies,sauté everything for few minutes until the onions turns transculent..Now add the cooked and mashed potatoes,grounded soya kheema with salt to the cooking veggies,cook for few minutes..finally add the coriander leaves and put off the stove..

Heat the oil for deep frying...Take all the ingredients for batter except oil and turn as a thick batter, make small balls from the prepared potato soya mixture, dip gently in the batter..Drop gently to the hot oil, fry until they turns golden brown..

Serve hot with green chutney or else with a cup of tea or coffee..

49 comments:

  1. that was a brilliant idea...adding soya keema to the aloo bonda...very nice...u r an innovative cook :)
    love bondas a lot perfect for tea time munch n a snack too..

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  2. Oh Priya..you are full of brilliant ideas..just now i was admiring mango and avocado smoothie combo and here you are with another interesting recipe..looks great.

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  3. wow second yummy soya recipe I am seeing today! Super, priya!

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  4. Jus posted a soya chunks pakora recipe..good to see a bonda recipe with chunks..bookmarked !!

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  5. They look great .. .. I write are like meatballs recipe to try it ... warm greetings
    MARIMI

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  6. Nice combo and a wonderful snack..

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  7. nice recipe..looks so delicious..

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  8. Cool, must be full of proteins too!

    ciao
    Alessandra

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  9. aloo bonda sounds like a brilliant tea time snack

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  10. this is the perfect way to make bondas healthy

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  11. Ooohhh these fritters looks so mouthwatering and tempting. These are so perfect for the rainy weather here :)

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  12. I like the addition of soya....something different and nice.

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  13. joli beignets bien appétissants bravo
    bonne soirée

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  14. aloo soya bonda looks awesome delicious.

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  15. Feel like munching some,soo tempting..

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  16. Very healthy twist to the usual aloo bondas.lovely.

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  17. Loved the statement saying "discussion with your teddies", cute. The bondas look awesome and mouth watering.

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  18. Lovely bonda, looks super delicious.

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  19. Healthy addition...and very tempting dear!

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  20. You put me really in the mood for bondas,looking delish.

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  21. Soya must make for a yummy, toothsome addtion. Nowadays I make bondas in a paniyaram pan.. less guilt :)

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  22. Perfect looking bondas ..Sneaking nutritious ingredients seems to be the way :)

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  23. That would be a great tea time snack..nice combo too

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  24. great combo! this looks so delish! just found your blog and I love it!!
    -mini baker

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  25. Aloo bonda-my childhood fav.I think none can keep away from them.Now,adding soya makes it special.great idea Priya.

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  26. bonda looks so inviting. wish to grab few now...nice recipe too.

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  27. Protein rich yummy recipe... Bookmarking dear...

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  28. Nice way to use soya .. bookmarked.

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  29. They look delicious- bet you can't eat just one :)
    US Masala

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  30. Very innovative....i love aloo bonda or aloo chop as it is popularly called in Orissa. Adding the soya chunks makes its
    so much healthy!!!

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  31. They look very delish, a definite save. thanks for the post.

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  32. Last week I made veg bonda, but never thought of adding soya chunks to this. good idea.

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  33. this is a great soya chunk recipe, very innovative! Have to try this too :)
    www.sunshineandsmile.com

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  34. Very nice.adding soya is a gud idea.

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  35. A very nice recipe! So delicious and juicy!

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  36. Great way to include soya chunks!

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  37. Hey, super idea pa.. Never tried this combo.. Will keep in mind

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  38. Thats a nice one!...wont miss potato and healthy too!

    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  39. Spicy inviting bonda. Very innovative of you to add the soy keema

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  40. very interesting recipe..feel like grabbing it from the screen...yum yum

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  41. priya.. u are unbelievable with ur dishes..

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