The 'Bonda' is a round, savoury fried snack that's been a part of south Indian kitchens for centuries. Perfected and patronised by the kings of Karnataka, influenced by the Mughals, and praised the world over; the Bondas are crunchy on the outside, and unbelievably fluffy on the inside.
Welcome to a spicy, crunchy episode of Southern Slurp. I'm going to bring you as close as possible to tasting the original Golden Globes of South Indian Cuisine: The Bondas.
It's time to have a ball. Pun intended!