Bread Batata Vada

Category:  Snacks

Region:  Indian

Type:  Vegetarian

Serving Size:  9  Adults

Cooking Time:  30  Minutes

Preparation Time:  20  Minutes


  1. Bread sliced    1    Packets
  2. Gram Flour( Kadala Maavu)     2    cups
  3. Cardamom Seeds (Elakka) Powder    ½    tsp
  4. Red Chilli Powder     ½    tsp
  5. Salt to taste     ½    tsp
  6. Oil for frying    1    cups
  7. For Stuffing
    1. Potato      250    g
    2. Coriander Leaves   Finely Chopped     2    stalks
    3. Green Chillies   Finely Chopped     3    nos.
    4. Red Chilli Powder      ½    tsp
    5. Mango  Powder    ¼    tsp
    6. Garam Masala  Powder    ¼    tsp
    7. Coriander Powder      1    tsp
    8. Salt to taste      ½    tsp


  1. Prepare a batter with gram flour for making the bondas. For this , make gram flour in a big bowl and add water little by little into it to prepare a batter with thin consistency, same as required for making pakoras.
  2. Whisk the batter the for batter for 2 to 3 minutes. Now add salt, carom seeds, red chilly powder and mix all the ingredients nicely.
  3. Now let’s prepare the stuffing. Peel the boiled potatoes and mash them finely. Now add salt, mango powder, red chilly powder, finely chopped, ginger, garam masala, coriander powder, finely chopped green chilly and some coriander leaves.
  4. Mix all the ingredients really well. Cut off the edges from the bread slices. Divide the potato stuffing in 10 equal parts and roll giving them round shape.
  5. Take some water in a plate, dip a bread slice then take it out immediately. Place the soaked bread slice on your palms and squeeze out the excess water.
  6. Now place one stuffing ball over it and fold the bread from all sides. Closing the stuffing likewise, place every potato ball in each bread slice and make round balls.
  7. Place these balls over a plate. Heat some oil in a pan. When the oil is sufficiently hot, lift one dough ball, coat it in gram flour and place in oil for frying.
  8. Place 2 to 3 or as many balls as possible in the pan and fry until they turn golden brown in color from all sides. Take out the fried bondas from oil and place them in a plate with absorbent paper.
  9. Similarly, fry all the bondas. Piping hot and mouth drooling potato bread bonda is ready.
  10. Serve these tantalizing bondas with tomato sauce.

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