Jul 29, 2015

Homemade Bajji, Bonda Mix Recipe - Bajji & Bonda Powder Recipe

The idea for this recipe came last week when mom made bajji using a packet of store bought bajji bonda mix. Till that day i have never bought that before. Immediately i decided to make my very own bajji bonda mix and have it handy, so whenever i want to make bajji or bonda, i dont have to take so many ingredients. Normally we add fresh ginger garlic paste in our bajji batter as it prevents gastric problem. So i added a little ginger and garlic powder in the mix so it gives nice aroma to the batter. I used this to make a delicious and simple egg bonda and served it with rasam rice..I hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..

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Preparation Time : 10 mins
Makes : 1 1/2 cup of mix


Gram Flour / Kadalai Mavu - 1 cup
Rice Flour / Arisi Mavu - 1/4 cup
Baking Soda / Cooking Soda - 1/2 tsp
Chilli Powder - 2 tsp
Asafeotida / Hing / Kaya Podi - 1/2 tsp
Ginger Powder / Dry Chukku Podi - 1/2 tsp (optional)
Dry Garlic Powder - 1/2 tsp (optional)
Salt to taste


Take all the ingredients in a sifter and sieve well.

Store it in a air tight container in fridge and use as needed.

How to use:

Take few spoons of this powder in a bowl and add little water to make a little thick paste. Dip veggies in this batter and fry till golden. Drain onto some paper towel and serve.


Take all your ingredients

in a sieve, take gram flour

add in rice flour

add in garlic powder and ginger powder

add in salt

add in chilli powder

add in asafoetida / hing

add in baking soda or cooking soda

sieve it well

now it is sifted

mix done

store it in a air tight container in fridge

this is so easy to make, add little water to make a pretty 
thick paste, dip veggies in this and fry till golden.


  1. Baking soda is baking powder right ?! Why do we use it for bhaji mix dear ?

  2. @Anonymousbaking soda is cooking soda. It makes the bajji ge crispy and makes it puff up

  3. can we substitute corn flour instead of rice flour?

  4. @deepau can add a tblspn of cornflour for rice flour


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