Usually made of mashed potato seasoned with salt, some mustard oil and shopped onions, a bonda (also known as vada) is snack commonly eaten in Southern India. The dish comprises the mashed potato coated in a thick gram flour batter and then deep fried.
The filling of the bonda varies from one region and household to other. This yam and raw banana bonda is one such special variation. Here’s how you can make some.