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Prep time : 10 mins
Cook time : 20 mins
Total time : 20 mins
Main Ingredient : Besan Gram Flour
111 reviews so far
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : January 03, 2019
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Boondi is a Indian snack made from Chickpea flour.
mylove1 Posted on Sat Jul 25 2009
it's kinda like carmel popcorn and nuts. seems good.
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
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!
mahi687 Posted on Mon Aug 24 2009
awesome video sir! thank you so much!
Vicryl007 Posted on Tue Sep 15 2009
It would taste even better with chicken or even beef
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
seisei sei Posted on Tue Nov 03 2009
enkkk think they dont eat beef... hindu+beef= f***
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.
NoName003AD Posted on Thu Apr 29 2010
UR THE BSET CHEF :D
regards from UAE
nashmoviefreak Posted on Wed Jun 23 2010
Ladle Butterfly.... very sweet. I love this Vah Chef, awesome and love his techniques.. thanks chef
Otternase420 Posted on Sun Aug 15 2010
@Acsah008 Then it would be no boondi. It's always made from chickpea flour.
@keertanah Heat up the oil and drain the boondis on a paper towel.
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