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Boondi

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It is a fried snack that can be prepared in two different flavors sweet and salty (khara) in large quantities and distributed to friends and relatives.

Boondi is a Indian snack made from Chickpea flour.

About Recipe

Besan Gram Flour pakodi, Besan Gram Flour , Besan Gram Flour samuka

How to make Boondi

(18 ratings)
111 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
30 mins
Boondi
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Besan Gram Flour
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : September 08, 2017


Ingredients used in Boondi
• Water - as required.
• Red chilli powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Salt - to taste.
• Oil - as required.
• Fried peanuts - 1/2 cup.
• Fried curryleaves - 1 bunch.
• Besan flour - 1 cup.
Method:
  • Mix the besan, add little water to achieve the dropping consistency. Pour drops of this mixture into hot oil with a slotted spoon.
  • Deep fry till the drops become golden brown.
  • Drain to remove excess oil after removing boondi from oil.
  • Fry peanuts, curry leaves and sprinkle red chili powder and salt (as per your taste) after adding these mix this to boondi and mix well.





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mylove1 Posted on Sat Jul 25 2009

it's kinda like carmel popcorn and nuts. seems good.

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savithakanth Posted on Sat Jul 25 2009

you really gr8 man!! i dont have interest in cooking but ur recipes really makes me to get into the kitchen thanks a lot

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Phil B Posted on Sun Aug 02 2009

Ladle butterfly! LMAO. I think you should be in movies. Peter Sellers springs to mind here. Anyway, big num nums to you!

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mahi687 Posted on Mon Aug 24 2009

awesome video sir! thank you so much!

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Vicryl007 Posted on Tue Sep 15 2009

It would taste even better with chicken or even beef

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Sharmila Khot Posted on Sat Oct 03 2009

Chef...Boondi laddoo please...Diwali is coming...want to make but i always mess up the syrup..please post video soon for boondi laddu Thanks.

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seisei sei Posted on Tue Nov 03 2009

enkkk think they dont eat beef... hindu+beef= f***

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2020abcd Posted on Mon Jan 18 2010

Try using a fine mesh colander...or ask for a gnocci masher...in India they use a similar version for making puranpoli filling...works for me.

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NoName003AD Posted on Thu Apr 29 2010

UR THE BSET CHEF :D regards from UAE

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nashmoviefreak Posted on Wed Jun 23 2010

Ladle Butterfly.... very sweet. I love this Vah Chef, awesome and love his techniques.. thanks chef

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Otternase420 Posted on Sun Aug 15 2010

@Acsah008 Then it would be no boondi. It's always made from chickpea flour.

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Otternase420 Posted on Sun Aug 15 2010

@keertanah Heat up the oil and drain the boondis on a paper towel.

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