Aug 27, 2014

Goli Baje Recipe / Mangalore Bajji Recipe / Bajji with Getti Chutney

I love love love this bajji or bonda whatever you call. I have made this so many times other anything else. I have posted a mysore bonda recipe in this blog before, but this one is a little different from that. But both taste equally good.

I served this hot fluffy bajji with a thick coconut chutney which we call as getti chutney. This chutney can be paired with all my bajji and bonda recipes..Hope you like it and let me know if you try it..

Preparation Time : 10 mins

Cooking Time : 1 to 2 min per batch
Serves : 4 to 5


All Purpose Flour / Maida - 1 cup

Gram Flour / Kadalai Mavu - 1/4 cup
Curd / Yogurt - 1/2 cup
Water as needed
Cumin Seeds / Jeerakm - 1 tsp
Ginger - 1 tsp grated
Onion - 4 tblspn finely chopped
Green Chillies - 1 chopped finely
Curry leaves - 2 sprigs chopped finely
Coriander Leaves - 1 tblspn finely
Salt to taste
Sugar - 1/2 tsp
Baking Soda - 1/2 tsp
Oil for Deep frying

For Getti Chutney:
Fresh Coconut - 1/2 cup grated
Roasted Gram Dal / Pottu Kadalai - 2 tblspn
Green Chillies - 3
Salt to taste
Water as needed


Take all the ingredients in a bowl and make it into a smooth batter.

Heat oil for deep frying, drop spoonful of batter in and fry till golden.

Drain and serve with chutney.

For Chutney:

Take all the ingredients in a mixer and make it into a smooth paste by adding little water.

Serve with bajji.

Take all your ingredients

Take flour in a bowl

add in some gram flour

add in some salt and sugar

add in some coriander leaves and curry leaves

add in green chillies and grated ginger

add in cumin seeds

add in some curd

and some water

Add in some chopped onions

some baking soda

mix well to a smooth batter

take small portion of batter

drop it in hot oil

fry the bajji

fry till golden

drain it

all bajji fried

now lets make the chutney, take coconut in a blender

add in green chillies

and some roasted gram dal

add in some salt

add in some water

pure to a thick chutney



  1. pls keep the recipe by the way in the year. thats easy to select a month search a recipe..

  2. Aarthi, in the ingredient list for the Goli Baje, the quantity of onions required is missing. Please update.

  3. Super i love golle bajji thanks for the recipe

  4. oh lovely! i love the goli bhajjis they serve at hotel woodlands in mangalore! awesome taste

  5. Delicous and crispy looking bhaji. Excelllent preparation.

  6. Can we use whole wheat flour instead of maida?

  7. @Nehal VoraYes u can use, but there will be a little different in texture

  8. Curd u added here is fresh or sour curd?

  9. aarti the goli bajis turnd out yummy...thanq so much...ur recipi truly helpd me...

  10. Looks yummy. Today I will try this recipe. Thanks

  11. Hi aarthi, can I omit the curd? Any substitute for curd?

  12. @Anonymouscurd is tha main ingredient to make this fluffy, dont substitute

  13. Awesome baje. Came out very well

  14. The bajis turned out really good. Thank you for the recipe. My family enjoyed it a lot

  15. Hi Aarthi ,

    I am a regular follower of your blog. Most of your recipes have made their way to my kids' lunch boxes and they love it . Thank you for the step by step easy recipes .

    I have a doubt . What do you do with the left over oil . I keep myself away from deep frying as I am not sure how to do it without wasting the oil or reheating it . Any advice

  16. Hi, pardon me for the questiob. The coconut chutney does not need to be cooked after grinding?

    1. no you dont need to cook coconut chutney

  17. Can we use whole wheat flour instead of maid.

  18. Thanks for this wonderful recipe. Will try it soon.Do we have to keep it for some time before frying the goli bajes.


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