Muttakose, Sweet Bonda, Vedi Bonda Recipe

Muttakose | Vedi Bonda Recipe by GoSpicy.net Muttakose | Vedi Bonda Recipe by GoSpicy.net

Vedi Bonda- Deep fried sweet balls made by a mix of all purpose flour, curd, cardamom powder, oil, suagr and egg. It is a snack that is available at most of the tea shops in south tamilnadu.

Here I am coming with another famous dish from my hometown. We call it as muttakose or sweet bonda. It is also called as vedi bonda at some places. When you fry this in oil, cracks will appear on the outer surface. That's why it is being called vedi bonda. But I don't know why we are calling it as muttakose. In my hometown most of the tea shops sell this item. It is also my mom's favorite item. I like the inside of bonda which is very soft like cake. After a long time I suddenly recollected this and I tried it. It came out very well and I ate most of it. It was still very soft even after few hours. Now, I am making it again and sharing the recipe with you today.

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The bonda batter will be quite sticky on my recipe. This is how I make my batter. If you make this way, it will stay soft inside and crunchy on the outside. Another important thing is you have to fry this in a medium flame. Otherwise, it will become brown quickly on outside but won't cook inside. Now, lets go and make muttakose...

Muttakose | Vedi Bonda

Cuisine: South Indian | Category: Snack | Yields: 15

Prep Time: 25 min | Cook Time: 30 min

INGREDIENTS
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All Purpose Flour/Maida - 1 cup
Egg - 1
Yogurt/Curd - 2 tbsp
Sugar - 1/2 cup
Oil - 1 tsp
Salt - a pinch
Baking Soda - a generous pinch
Cardamom - 2 nos
Oil - enough for frying
INSTRUCTIONS
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1In a bowl, add yogurt, sugar, egg, salt, baking soda, crushed cardamom and oil (1 tsp). Whisk it till everything well combined.

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2Then add in all purpose flour slowly and very gently mix it with your hand. Do not knead like a chappathi dough, just mix it.

Muttakose | Vedi Bonda cooking steps by GoSpicy.net

3Consistency should be like shown in picture below. It will be quite sticky. That's okay. Let it rest for 15 min. After that heat enough oil to deep frying. Take a bowl with water and wet your fingers with it. Then take little batter and make a small ball gently without pressing it.

Muttakose | Vedi Bonda cooking steps by GoSpicy.net

4Then drop it in the oil carefully. Fry it over medium flame. Do not fry these in high flame. When it is cooking, first the balls becomes little big. Rotate it gently so that it get the even color on all the sides.

Muttakose | Vedi Bonda cooking steps by GoSpicy.net

5Then slowly it will start to crack. This is a sign of perfect vedi bonda. Once it becomes nice golden brown, remove them from the oil. Fry the remaining batter also. Now, vedi bonda is ready!!

Muttakose | Vedi Bonda cooking steps by GoSpicy.net
NOTES

If you don't want to add egg, add little water and increase cooking soda a little bit.

Resting the dough for 15 min is important. During this time the batter gets little thick.

Fry the bonda in medium flame. Do not cook these over high flame. Otherwise the outer side gets brown color quickly and inside won't cook properly.

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