Boondi  with tips to make perfect I Diwali Special I roshniscuisine

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Boondi  with tips to make perfect I Diwali Special I roshniscuisine

You can watch the video recipe in Hindi here

You can watch the video recipe in Odia here

Diwali the festival of lights coming…so snacks preparation in every home.So one easy snacks I am showing here which anybody can prepare and that is boondi.Yah friends bondi can be easily prepared in home and here I show some trips n ricks in which way it is perfect in shape and crispy…light in texture.So lets get started…

Preparation Time 5 min
Whisking Time 10 min
Frying Time 2 to 3 min per batch
Serving Persons 4 to 6

Ingredients required

1 cup besan

3/4 cup water

1/2 tsp turmeric powder

a pinch of baking soda

2 tsp oil

Salt to taste

OIL to deep fry


Add salt n turmeric cpowder to besan.
Now add water little by little and make a thick paste so that there is no lumps.
Then add rest amount of water to make the perfect consistency.
Now add oil to this.
Whisk it min 10 to 12 min,in this way the batter is more fluffy and light.
Rest the batter for 10 min.
After resting add baking soda to this and mix it well.
Meanwhile heat oil for deep frying.
Take a ladle full of batter and pour on the perforated spoon,and rotate it clockwise direction.
Place the perforated spoon on hot oil only so that the batter is falling down into oil…and the flame should be high.
Stir in between so that boondis are evenly fried and when it turns into golden colour,remove from hot oil.
Make it cool down and store it in air tight container.


Perfect consistency of batter  and whisking the batter are the main part of making perfect boondi.
When you drop a bater into hot oil,it instant rise up…and make a circle shape,then only the consistency is perfect.
Always fry in high flame.
If the boondi taking itme it means the batter may be thick or the oil temp is low.
The more you whisk,the batter is more fluffy.
By adding oil to the batter it absorbs less oil while frying.
By adding little baking soda to the batter the boondis are light.

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