Tuesday, 29 September 2020

Punugulu Recipe/Idli Batter Bonda Recipe/Idli Maavu Bonda/How to make Punugulu with step by step photos...

Today, I am going to share a very tempting, easy and quick evening snack –Punugulu. This Punugulu is a very common street food in Vijayawada and few other coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh. If you have Idli batter at home then this bonda can be made in just 15 minutes and served with spicy Kaara Chutney. Do try out this delicious, crispy and tempting Punugulu and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other crispy and crunchy Evening Snacks/Starters here.

Here’s how to make Punugulu/Idli Maavu Bonda with step by step photos…

Ingredients
Idli /Dosa Batter [Thick Batter]
1 cup [250 ml]
Rava/Sooji
1 tbsp
Onion
1 small finely chopped
Green Chillies
2 finely chopped
Ginger
½ inch finely chopped
Coriander Leaves/Kothamalli
2 to 3 tsp finely chopped
Curry Leaves/Karuvepillai
4-5 finely chopped
Salt
As needed
Oil
For deep fry
Cumin Seeds/Jeera
1 tsp
Preparation Time: 10 minutes                            Recipe Category: Evening Snacks
Cooking Time: 2o minutes                                   Recipe Cuisine: Andhra Pradesh, India
Serves: 2-3
Author: Priya Anandakumar

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Method
Take the idli batter in a mixing bowl. If the batter is refrigerated, let it come to room temperature.

Add the rava/sooji, salt to the batter.

Add finely chopped onion, green chillies, ginger, coriander leaves, curry leaves and cumin seeds to the batter.

Mix everything really well. Check the consistency at this stage.

The batter should neither be too thick nor too thin. If the batter is too thin add some rice flour and mix really well. If the batter is too thick adjust the consistency by adding 1 or 2 tsp of water.

Heat oil in a kadai/pan for frying the punugulu. 


Using your fingers take a small portion of the batter, shape it to rough ball and drop it gently in the medium-hot oil. You can also use a spoon to scoop the batter and add it to the oil.

Fry the punugulu in medium flame only. When the sides becomes pale golden and crisp, turn them to cook on the other side.



Fry the punugulu to a beautiful golden color on all sides. Once it is done, transfer it to a paper napkin to remove excess oil.


Similarly fry the rest of the punugulu in small batches.

Yes, super tempting evening snacks is ready to be enjoyed.

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