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Air Fried Kadboli / Chegodilu

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Air Fried Kadboli / Chegodilu Recipe, How To Make Air Fried Kadboli / Chegodilu Recipe

Kadboli, typically is a mixture of rice flour, salt, ajwain, cumin seeds, chilli powder, turmeric powder, all mixed together, and rolled into rings and air-fried until done and crisp.

Kadboli or Chegodilu is a very popular traditional Indian savory snack especially prepared during festivals or served as tea-time snack. This savory snack is often prepared in the states of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. It is commonly called as Kolavadai or kodbale in Karnataka.

 Kadboli/ Chegodilu:

 Kadboli or Chegodilu is a very popular traditional Indian savory snack especially prepared during festivals or served as tea... Read More..

About Recipe

How to make Air Fried Kadboli / Chegodilu

(29 ratings)
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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
8 mins
Total time
18 mins
Air Fried Kadboli / Chegodilu
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Rice flour
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : November 22, 2018


Ingredients used in Air Fried Kadboli / Chegodilu
• Water - 1 cup.
• Salt - to taste.
• Chili powder - 2 teaspoons.
• Ajwain - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Cumin seeds - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Asafoetida - 1 pinch.
• Rice flour - 150 grams.
• Moong dal - 2 teaspoons.
• Oil - 1 tablespoon.
Method:
  • Preheat the air fryer at 180 degrees centigrade for 3 minutes.
  • Take a pan, add water, salt, chilli powder, ajwain, cumin seeds, asafoetidaand little oil and allow the water to boil.
  • When it comes to boil, add rice flour little by little and mix well. Avoid lumps and make into round shape.
  • Take the mixer and shape it as shown.
  • Put them in the air fryer and cook at 180 degrees C for 6 minutes.





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 Kadboli/ Chegodilu:

 Kadboli or Chegodilu is a very popular traditional Indian savory snack especially prepared during festivals or served as tea-time snack. This savory snack is often prepared in the states of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. It is commonly called as Kolavadai or kodbale in Karnataka. Air fried Kadboli is an exceptional snack prepared in the Philips airfryer making them extremely yummy to eat. These Air fried Kadboli are total guilt-free, easy to cook, very crispy and delicious snacks. They are not deep fried in oil but prepared with modern technology using the air frying method in the Philips airfryer. 

Kadboli, typically is a mixture of rice flour, salt, ajwain, cumin seeds, chilli powder, turmeric powder, all mixed together, and rolled into rings and airfried until done and crisp. There are various ways of making the Kadboli. Few recipes call for chickpea, urad and moong dal flour(s) added with rice flour and prepared. This same snack which is known as kodbale in Karnataka is made with rice and urad flour. The final product is extremely crunchy and ones you put it in your mouth it gives a ‘crunch’ ‘crunch’ sound while you munch the snack.  That’s how it should actually be. Though the snack does not have a smooth outer surface but taste-wise it’s just perfect and craves you in eating more. 

Do try preparing these yummy and crunchy Kadboli which is absolutely easy to carry to school, while travelling in trains etc. Kids would just love to eat and will surely ask for more. 

Do watch the making of these unique, healthy and nutritious Air fried Kadboli. 

Recipe of Air Fried Kadboli/ Chegodilu: 

 

Ingredients:

  1. Water                        -       as required
  2. Salt                            -       to taste
  3. Chilli powder                -       2 tsp
  4. Ajwan                       -       ½ tsp
  5. Cumin seeds           -       ½ tsp
  6. Hing                          -       pinch
  7. Rice flour                 -       150 gms
  8. Moong dal                -       2 tsp

Method:

  1. Preheat the air fryer at 180 degree C for 3 minutes.
  2. Take a pan, add water, salt, chilli powder, ajwain, cumin seeds, hing and little oil and allow the water to boil.
  3. When it comes to boil, add rice flour little by little and mix well. Avoid lumps and make into round shape.
  4. Take the mixer and shape it as shown.
  5. Put them in the air fryer and cook at 180 degree C for 6 minutes.

Eating healthy and nutritious food is one of the most vital elements in our life. There is numerous health applications designed for people to use in their daily lives that promote healthy eating habits. Touching, tasting, preparing, and smelling foods can evoke positive emotional responses such as feelings of relaxation, pleasure, and nostalgia. Hence do acknowledge and encourage new creative ideas to eat healthier foods using modern technologies which will form the basis of making a healthy meal.

You could always reach me at my website for more amazing nutritious and enticing snack recipes at:

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VahrehVah is all about inspiring others to cook”!

 

 

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Bindu K Posted on Wed Aug 20 2014

can we fry those in oil as i dont hav dat philip thing??

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hamza nabil Posted on Wed Aug 20 2014

For many years I enjoyed watching your videos and I always wanted to try one of them. I never did so far because I found it too difficult to guess how much you put of the ingredients. Please make more effort and write precise measurements of the ingr

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shravan kumar Posted on Thu Aug 21 2014

How can I participate in the quiz that u have mentioned? Plz reply?

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Anitha Kavati Posted on Thu Aug 21 2014

mention exact proportion of water and rice flour?

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Hari Narayanan Posted on Fri Aug 22 2014

Chef, I have experimented ur recipes. It has come out well. This recipe dint work for me, it turned out to sticky glue.may be nature of rice flour.Could you be specfic on rice flour you used. Is this the soaked rice, dried and powdered??

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Amani Irani Posted on Sun Aug 31 2014

The sounds he makes while tasting his foods ???????????? My all-time favorite chef!!!?

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Haresh Pillay Posted on Mon Sep 01 2014

thanks for the share just love your recipes short and simple ?

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Priyanka Chowdhry Posted on Wed Sep 10 2014

kindly tell us some wet recipies like bread pakoda and meduvada on air frier?

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Swarna Kesireddy Posted on Sun Feb 01 2015

Check out this video on YouTube?

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Dwarakamai Posted on Thu Jun 11 2015

Wow! Chef your new kitchen gadgets look so good ,I like those rings which I used to call when I was a child!?

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Dwarakamai Posted on Thu Jun 11 2015

Proportion of rice flour to water chef??

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sravanti kappala Posted on Fri Jul 24 2015

Chef, unfortunately baking soda mixed in my rice flour, using this can I make this dish???

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