Boondi

Homemade Boondi recipe

Boondi are small tiny fried crispy balls of gram flour. Used for making kara boondi, boondi dahi bara, boondi chat and also in nimko. You can make it and save in a airtight container.  Add in some chat masala, salt, red chili powder, this can be a perfect, clean, fresh snack for your kids, also you will love it.

Making boondi is easy and you can get it perfect if understand the consistency of its batter. I tried to give here exact measurements . I used cup from which we measure cake ingredients(250 ml cup) and used normal tbsp and tsp. You can see them in following picture.But liquid can be change due to different brands of gram flour. So adjust it.

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And I used this spoon on right side to make boondi. You can buy and use proper boondi spoon.

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So let’s start making boondi. The cute tiny miny savory snack  🙂 

Serving= Makes about 400-450 g

Ingredients

  • Gramflour  2 cups
  • Salt  1 tsp
  • Baking powder  1 tsp
  • Oil  2 tbsp
  • Cold water 1-1/2 cup

Directions,

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1. Add all ingredients in a bowl or small jug.
I am making it in a jug because it will be easy later to pour it in oil.
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2. Now start mixing it by adding little water at a time. Mix it until there will be no lumps in it.
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3. It’s consistency should be like this shown in picture. A thin batter.
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4. Now heat oil and check by adding a drop of batter.
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5. Now start pouring batter on boondi spoon.
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6. Shake the spoon a little.
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7. Do not add too much at a time. If boondis cover the surface of oil, do not add more. Let them cook until crispy.
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These are looking so cute.
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9. Take out on a paper towel and make the second batch. Just remember to clean the spoon every time before making next batch. Because if the spoon has some batter stuck in it then it will make round shape boondis.
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Made this Boondi chat with these fresh boondi. (Recipe Here)

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Boondi chat

Or made this boondi raita. This will taste awesome with all kinds of pulao and biryani. (Recipe Here)

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Boondi Raita

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