Bondas are a popular street food in parts of Indian like Mumbai. Bondas are little round dumplings made from chickpea flour and generally filled with potatoes. They are sold from street carts or footpath stores, and in those little working-men’s canteens that have wonderful, very cheap food.
It is not so hard to make them at home. We were given this recipe for cabbage bondas and they are delicious. They can be made flat into a patty, or round to resemble the potato bondas. We don’t know the source of this recipe – if you know please let us know so that we can update this post.
Similar recipes include Crispy Fried Potato, Vadai with Yoghurt, Delicious and Addictive Indian Snacks, and Beetroot Vadai.
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Achari means pickling, and achari dishes are made with the same spices that are generally used for pickling vegetables. Using mustard oil gives the cauliflower great colour and favour – grab an Indian Mustard oil at your Indian grocer, or your Supermarket might carry an Australian one. Similar to most achari dishes, amchur is used to give a delicious tang to the dish.
This is a simple sabzi dish to prepare when you feel like eating a chatpata snack.
Are you looking for other Cauliflower dishes? Try Pepper and Turmeric Cauliflower, South Indian Cauliflower Soup, and Rice and Cauliflower Pilaf.
Similar recipes include Achari Mushrooms.
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