Thursday, May 17, 2007

Mangalore Buns



This is a wonderful recipe which is very famous in my place.Hence the name Mangalore buns.Its our all time favorite.Well as i was feeling home sick i though of refreshing my good old memories by preparing a dish from my own native.This is a simple yet a tasty recipe that no one can go wrong.I love to have them as its is.Well it can also be served with sambar or chutney as sides.This is a promising recipe my friends.Do give a try yourself and let me know.

Ingredients:-
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Well ripen banana's - 3
All purpose four - 3.5 cups
Sour curds - 1 cup
Cumin seeds - 1 tbsp
Salt - 1 tsp
Sugar - 2 tbsp
Baking Soda - 1 tsp
Oil - For frying



Method:-
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1.Take a clean Bowl,Mash the ripen banans into a smooth paste using your hand.
2.Now to this add all the dry ingredients and mix properly.
3.Add sour curds and cumin to the above so as to for a dough like chapati dough .
4.Keep aside for about 3-4 hrs for it to set.
5.Now heat up the oil .
6.Roll out small balls of dough a bit thick say about 1.5 cms thick just like poori size aand they fry them till golden brown.
7.You can see the buns bloting into a round, brown buns.Then they are ready.
8.Remove them and place over a paper towel for excess of oil to drain off.
9.Serve hot or cold with sambar or chutney.Enjoy....

27 comments:

Hema said...

Hi soumya,

I have heard of Mangalore buns but never eaten them. Thanks for the recipe.

Asha said...

Ooh! Sowmya,I used to make these in Hassan when I was a teenager,I still have the recipe.But we always ate them like dessert/sweet,not with sambhar.Looks great:)
Say hello to Seema from me,haven't seen or heard from her in a while.

swapna said...

wow soumya
never heard of this buns.they are looking so tasty!!thanks for sharing.

Sajeda Meghji said...

This looks very yummy, can almost taste it!

DEEPA said...

Yummy buns soumya .....thks for sharing

Roopa said...

looks delcious, i too made this and took photos with your potato saung still havent posted. Adding cumin is nice touch to it.

Do you have the curry recipe they serve? i remember whenever i used to travel from shimoga to manipal i used to have this with a wonderfull curry but did not get the recipe still...

Coffee said...

So thats sweet wadas with sambhar is it??? Never heard of banana in buns!! Loooks good. :)

Sia said...

oh!!! its been ages since i had banana buns sou... love its sweet and spongy taste... thanks for reminding:)

Sandeepa said...

Buns with bananas , that must be tasty. I noticed that your blog does not come up on Food Blog desam, why don't you add it ?
How is Seema ?

Mishmash ! said...

never heard of this, but i want one now with that chutney!!!! :)

Shn

Vini K said...

Hi Soumya,I tasted these buns for the first time last year when my friend's mom was visiting her.They are from mangalore too.I loved them and tried making them once but the attempt flopped.Now thanks to you,I can make it again:)

Sharmi said...

that one, I have never heard before. looks so yummy. the banana must have made it real tasty.

Cynthia said...

I am going to try making this. I love bananas and it looks like this would be great with a cup of tea :)

Jeena said...

Hi Soumya great recipe it looks real tasty:)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your wonderful recipes,Soumya...I really enjoy trying out those...

marriedtoadesi.com said...

Soumya,

I'm always on the hunt for recipes to use up those spotted banana's. This sounds great! Thanks.

Kanchana

Prema Sundar said...

This is new to me soumya. My husband would surely love this... thanks for sharing it.

priar's, said...

Hi sowmya,
Good one to try and it looks great.The presentation is too good with all chutneys.
Thanks for sharing...

Vcuisine said...

Never heard about this Soumya, Looks like another snack item. Tks for sharing. Viji

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

Hey, I make these too and I love them!!! your pics look great :)

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hi Every one.Thanks for these wonderful reply comments.I never new most of you did even know about it.well its very famous in south india mainly in Karnataka.I just love them.Hope you all will like them too.Do give a try and let me know.

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hey Asha.I have conved your regards to Seema ok.

Gini said...

We used to have it at the hostel mess. Didn't know they were called mangalore buns. Recipe sounds really simple.

Raaga said...

I think we call this bubbus roti in konkani... have eaten them. Never knew how to make them :-)

Pooja said...

Hey Sowmya, Thanks for the recie.. Looks really yummy..One of my mangalore friend in Hassan used to get it for me..i really love it.. anyways thanx for this.

lakshmi said...

can i use yogurt which is available in US say non fat or fat free

vaishali said...

Dr soumya,

It was a wonderful receipe and tastes nice. it was after 4 decades aftermy mom made it at native place. Happy memories cherished. thans for that.
I have added pepper powder which makes still better and better

BNShanbhag