Mangalore bajji

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Mangalore bajji
Goli baje or Mangaloe bajji.jpg
Alternative names Golibaje
Place of origin South Canara, Karnataka, India
Region or state Karnataka
Main ingredients Maida, curd, gram flour rice flour, onion, coriander leaves, coconut, jeera, green chillies
Cookbook: Mangalore bajji  Media: Mangalore bajji

Mangalore Bajji or Golibaje (in Tulu) is an Indian fried food made from various flours and curd. In Tulu Nadu region, it is known as Golibaje. Other names for the dish include Mangalore bonda, Mysore bonda.[1]


The main ingredients used to make Mangalore Bajji include maida, curd, gram flour, rice flour, chopped onion, coriander leaves, coconut, jeera, green chillies, curry leaves, and salt. The ingredients are thoroughly mixed to form a hard batter, then shaped into a small ball and deep fried, preferably in coconut oil. It is often served with chutney. Mangalore bajji is also known as goli baje.


The dish is usually served warm with coconut chutney or ketchup.[2]