Boondi
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Author valli_smile22 Yield No Value
Published Jul 19, 2009 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Appetizers Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Flour Standing Time 1 hour
Description: Boondi is a Indian snack made from Chickpea flour. It is a fried snack that can be prepared in two different flavors sweet and salty (khara). Generally added to mixture, or eaten by itself with some salt and chilli pd added or made into a yummy boondi ladoo.

Recipe of Boondi

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Water 1
Red Chilli Powder 1 To Taste
Salt To Taste, 1 To Taste
Oil For Deep Frying. 1
Peanuts 1/2 Cup
Curryleaves, 2 Springs
1cup Besan Flour 1 Cup

Directions

  1. Mix the besan Add little water to achieve the dropping consistency. Pour drops of this mixture into hot oil with a slotted spoon. 
  2.  Deep fry till the drops become golden brown. Drain to remove excess oil After removing boondi from oil Fry peanuts,curry leavesAdd peanuts and curry leaves,sprinkle red chilli powderand salt as per your taste after adding these mix this to boondimix well. 
Posted Jul 19, 2009

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5 Comments

Ayesha Feb 1, 2011
I'm a huge fan of your recipes chef! I've made this boondi, Mysore bondas, zeera biscuits and also green chaat chutney. You give out the exact recipe and every dish turns out fantastic!! Keep up the good work chef :) Thankyou

Melu Oct 30, 2010
I made perfect muruku using your recipice & watching your video several times. You are great and a very unselfish person. Thank you Chef & God bless you. Wishing you and your family a Happy & Prosperous Diwali

saakshi Sep 20, 2010
thanks, you've made my job easier as finding boondi in shops was difficult. now i can make them in home & keep my husband happy

PSN Dec 26, 2009
Kya Baath Hai Bhai Saabh,

Excellent recipes.

Chetana Dec 17, 2009
Dear Sanjay,
Loved ur step by step method of making boondi....really appreciate. I hv been trying to mk them since ages but now i understand the trick is in de consistency.
Keep up de good work,
Cheers.

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