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Boondi

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Boondi Recipe, Besan Gram Flour Pakoda , How To Make Boondi Recipe

It is a fried snack that can be prepared in two different flavors sweet and salty (khara).

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
20 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
45 mins
Boondi
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Besan Gram Flour
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : December 19, 2016


Ingredients used in Boondi
• Water - as required.
• Red chilli powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Salt - to taste.
• Oil - as required.
• Fried peanuts - half 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 chilli powder and salt as per your taste after adding these mix this to boondi and mix well.





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  • mylove1

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   2009-07-25

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

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  • savithakanth

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   2009-07-25

you really gr8 man!! i dont have interest in cooking but ur recipes really make...

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  • Phil B

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   2009-08-02

Ladle butterfly! LMAO. I think you should be in movies. Peter Sellers springs to...


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  • mahi687

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   2009-08-24

awesome video sir! thank you so much!

 
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  • Vicryl007

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   2009-09-15

It would taste even better with chicken or even beef

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  • Sharmila Khot

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   2009-10-03

Chef...Boondi laddoo please...Diwali is coming...want to make but i always mess...


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  • seisei sei

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   2009-11-03

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

 
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  • 2020abcd

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   2010-01-18

Try using a fine mesh colander...or ask for a gnocci masher...in India they use...

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  • NoName003AD

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   2010-04-29

UR THE BSET CHEF :D regards from UAE

 

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  • nashmoviefreak

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   2010-06-23

Ladle Butterfly.... very sweet. I love this Vah Chef, awesome and love his techn...

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  • Otternase420

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   2010-08-15

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

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  • Otternase420

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   2010-08-15

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


 


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