Friday, April 20, 2012

Banana Bonda

Deepfried dishes are always welcome among the kids, but mostly health conscious moms wont feed that much easily their kids with kind of junk foods..Eventhough am a health nut, sometimes i'll accept to make out some deep fried crispies coz my teddies just love it..Coming to this bonda, my mom used to prepare often whenever she wanted to finish with her over ripen bananas, this bondas goes for a quick preparation..You need mashed bananas, all purpose flour,cardamom powder, milk,baking powder and sugar, but in this bonda i skipped the sugar and used honey..These deep fried beauties are quite addictive,a prefect evening snack to enjoy with a cup of tea or coffee,kids will love this bonda when served with powdered sugar or with chocolate sauce...Today is our 5th day of blogging marathon,do check out my blogger buddies running this 15th edition of blogging marathon here..Sending to Kid's Delight- Fruits guest hosted by Nupur,event by Srivalli..




2nos Bananas (mashed)
3/4cup All purpose flour
1/2tsp Cardamom powder
Honey (as per need)
1/4tsp Baking powder
1/2cup Milk

Take the mashed bananas,all purpose flour,cardamom powder, baking powder and add the honey and milk as thick batter..Meanwhile heat the oil for deepfrying,drop gently a teaspoon of batter to the hot oil, fry until they turns golden brown..

Serve warm with chocolate sauce or powdered sugar...

65 comments:

  1. WOW!!! Delicious sweet bonda. Looks so yumlicious.

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  2. Good one, I sometimes use the same batter in the panyaram pan. Its a true delicacy as per me :)

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  3. ohh..such a easy bonda recipe..i luv 2 try this type of easy sweet ones..
    maha

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  4. I too try to stay away from fried foods but give in as my little one too love these so we have a once a week fried food days.This recipe sounds so much like how my mom used to make banana fritters.Thanks for reminding me of this yummy snack.

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  5. Interesting recipe and preparation. I never thought we could mash banana and mix it with the flour to make a batter. Yummy bondas!

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  6. First time hearing about Banana bonda...looks absolutely fabulous.

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  7. First time hearing about Banana bonda...looks absolutely fabulous.

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  8. Such a nice after school treat for the kids.

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  9. Wow that sounds really great...

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  10. they definitely are deep fried beauties Priya, looks Yummy !!

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  11. I remember having this one- quick treat for kids!

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  12. Wonderful idea ...must be super tasty

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  13. Super delicious and yummy bonda !!

    Ongoing event
    CC:Spring Seasonal Food

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  14. Wow, I used to love banana bonda as a kid...my dad used to always bring them for a evening snack....They looks so cute :-)

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  15. It sounds amazing priya, with honey its should be delicious!

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  16. These look flavorful...never tried these but they sound delicious.

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  17. this is very nice!!!the only thing i keep doing with overripe bananas is bread........now i'll try this out...looks great. thanks.

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  18. Am allergic to Bananas, but my hubby would love this :)

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  19. Love these delicious bondas... Perfect for tea

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  20. Love them...looks very delicious n yumm

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  21. Yummy evening snack. Kids will love this.

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  22. wow....tempting and yummy bonda...I used to make the similar way in kuzhipaniyarams...

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  23. Insanely divine my friend - something I would love to have right now :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  24. Easy and quick to make when you are craving for a snack.

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  25. quick and easy way to fill the tummy

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  26. Double like,kids loving tempting snacks!!

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  27. Yummy, shud have tasted great with the chocolate sauce..

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  28. Hey priya, we too make it sp when we have tons of over ripen bananas, add some rice powder too.
    loved urs, and good to see that you have replace the sugar with honey.
    I have tagged u with 7*7 award , do try it out.

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  29. I also don't deep fry, but my reason is that I am scared of hot oil!

    This is the first time I am coming across banana bonda, but it looks really good :) Hope your kids enjoyed it!

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  30. now who doesn't like to indulge in this fried fritters; pass it on gal

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  31. yummy bondas, nice way to use ripe bananas. Healthy version too.

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  32. My mom used to make these for us with over-ripe bananas - so tasty! :)

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  33. how cute the banana donuts look, its ok to give into indulgence once in a while and have deep fried stuff :)

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  34. yummy tea time snack...superb...

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  35. I wud love this with nutella priyakka, looks great!

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  36. Nice bonda with maida..must be soft and yum..

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  37. Hi Priya,

    Morning saw ur post and commented on it... But cant resist of trying it out...
    Eve I tried and came out too good... Wanted to inform you again immediately...

    thanks for sharing dear...

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  38. yummy bondas, so tempting ones :)

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  39. bonda with banana ! what a treat :)

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  40. Delicious and perfect snack Priya.

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  41. loved the bondas dear...a great snack with tea !!!

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  42. though i have read, i have never tried honda with bananas.. i have over ripe ones, maybe i should give it a shot :)

    Ongoing Event : WTML

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  43. Sounds delicious and easy to prepare too... Once in a while fried food is ok, I guess...

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  44. sweet ,cute and delicious..never had sweet bonda before..nice recipe..

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  45. Will it not work with banana halwa filling too? A smaller size? Just catching up on many posts I missed. This recipe is similar to the Cheeda recipe.

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  46. Delicious snacks for kids :)

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  47. the ingredients list match to our simple sweet paniyaram, but deep-fried, looks yum!!!!!

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  48. look awesome....banana is perfect twist

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