Latest Bonda Recipes

Below you will find a complete list of Bonda recipes including the popular and the lesser known recipes. There are a lot of different tastes when it comes to food, so it’s best to experiment with a variety of different dishes before deciding what you like best.
  • Bread Bonda or Bread Aloo Bonda is a delicious deep fried snack made with crumbled bread, potatoes and spices. Just like the original Bonda, these are a popular street food …

  • Punugulu or Instant Bonda with leftover Idli batter is a common street food in Andhra Pradesh. Made with left over idli or dosa batter, these are crispy, spicy and tasty …

  • Cheese Bonda is a delicious variation to the regular bonda recipe. A simple to make dish that can be served with tea as an evening snack to kids. It can …

  • Batata Vada or Aloo Bonda or Potato Bonda is a very popular snack from the streets of Mumbai and across India. It is very simple to make and is popular …

  • Mangalore Bonda is a delicious and popular South Indian tea time / evening snack dish. Also called as Goji Baje or Mangalore Bajji, these are crispy on the outside and …

  • Crispy and delicious bondas with broccolis, the perfect teatime or evening snack. Serve with ketchup or chutney of choice. Ingredients: Broccoli – 200 gms Gram Flour – 200 gms Raw …

  • Mysore Bonda is a popular and tasty South Indian evening tiffen snack dish. Commonly served as an appetizer starter during weddings and special occasions, these are crispy on the outside …

  • Curd Bonda or Thayir Bonda is a variation to the popular South Indian bonda variety. Made with maida and curd, this is equally tasty as the original. Serve this as …

  • Kadalai Maavu Bonda or Besan Bonda or Gram Flour Bonda is a simple and quick snack that can be made in the evening time for kids an adults. Unlike the …

  • Puli Bongaralu or Masala Bonda is a Andhra special variation to the popular Bonda. Made with rice flour, urad dal and spices, this makes for a tasty evening snack for …

Bonda Recipes

Bonda is a popular South Indian savoury fried snack. Popular across Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka, it is an integral part of the evening tea time ritual.

It is perfect for all occasions – be it weddings, tea parties or even as an after-school snack, Bondas come in many different variations.

Bondas are also a popular roadside snack with numerous eateries serving them with varieties of chutneys.  Some of the popular varieties include Aloo Bonda (or Batata Vada), Bread Bonda, Mangalore Bonda, Mysore Bonda.