Easy to Make Sweet Boondi Recipe | स्वादिष्ट मिठ्ठी बुंदी बनाने की बहुत ही आसान विधि

Hello Foodies,
          My husband and I always love to eat sweet after lunch or dinner, so I keep making easy
desserts to carve our cravings or satisfy our sweet tooth. Today I came up with this traditional treat sweet boondi, these tiny, colorful balls are prepared by frying chickpea flour, coated with sugar syrup and flavored with cardamom. And so if you are looking for something sweet, delightful treat, try this easy to prepare, no-fail sweet boondi recipe. There are also savory versions of boondi, known as khara(salty) or tikhi(spicy) boondi. Preparing boondi is simple and, and it doesn't call for too many ingredients. I like to be innovative, so here I have prepared boondi in different colors. If you don't have any food color in your hands, then no worries you can entirely avoid adding color and prepare boondi, the taste will remain the same!
           There's no milk or butter in this dessert. You can prepare this for any festive occasion or whenever you feel to eat some sweet. So Holi is around the corner, and these fancy colorful boondi is super simple and perfect for Holi and for any Indian festivals like Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, etc., any celebrations like marriage, birthday and many more. So celebrate your festival of colors with this colorful, sweet boondi that is sure to delight even the pickiest eaters. And is one of the easiest way to please the sweet tooth.
           These tiny, sweet fried chickpea flour balls are crispy and juicy and brighten up your festive menu. This recipe will guide you to make crispy boondi that taste delicious and is easy to prepare for beginners. So let's start fellas.



Preparation Time: 10 Minutes; Cooking Time: 20 Minutes
Each Serving of Sweet Boondi (½ Cup) Contains 230 Calories.

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Ingredients:

  • Chickpeas flour / Gram Flour / Besan 1 Cup
  • Baking powder 1 Tsp
  • All purpose flour/Semolina 1 Tbsp
  • Food color Orange 1 pinch
  • Food color Red 1 pinch
  • Food Color Green 1 pinch
  • Pinch of salt
  • Veg oil for frying
  • Water ½ - ¾  Cup to prepare
    batter
  • To prepare Sugar Syrup
    • Sugar 1 cup
    • Cardamom powder ½ Tsp
    • Water ¾ Cup+2 Tsp

Instructions:

  • To Prepare Sugar Syrup:
    • In a pan add sugar 1 cup, water ¾ cup + 2 Tsp and cardamom
      powder and cook on high flame and stir constantly.
    • Once sugar dissolves and water starts to boil cook for 2 minutes and then turn off the flame.
  • To Prepare Boondi:
    • In a bowl sieve besan, baking powder, all-purpose flour and add salt and mix well.
    • Now, by adding water prepare a lump free and
      dropping consistency batter(the batter should have flowing consistency so that it can easily drop in oil while frying). 
    • Divide prepared batter into 3 parts and add a pinch of red, orange and green food colors and mix well.
    • Meanwhile, heat oil in a kadhai and hold the strainer(boondi jhara)
      right above the kadhai and pour orange color batter into the strainer. 
    • Spread batter with a spoon, and you can see small drops of boondi falling in the hot oil.
    • Once done remove boondis from oil and place them on a paper napkin to absorb excess oil.
    • Similarly, prepare red color and green color
      boondi and mix them all together.
  • To Assemble the Boondi:
    • Now take sugar syrup and check consistency, it should be sticky, and there would not be any string (tar).
    • Add fried boondi to sugar syrup and mix well to coat boondi well.
    • Cover and keep aside to let the boondi absorb sugar syrup for 3-4 hours or overnight.
    • After 4 hours mix boondi well and sweet boondi is ready to serve. Enjoy!!!

My Take:

  • You can add sliced almonds, cashews or pumpkin seeds to garnish boondi.
  • The excessive free flowing batter will result in flat boondi, so be careful while preparing the batter.
  • Test oil by putting a drop of prepared batter in hot oil and if the boondi comes up it is ready and remember oil should not be very hot, that can burn your boondi.
  • Ensure Boondi Jhara/ Strainer is washed or wiped for each lot to get perfect round Boondis.

Dietary Comments


  • It makes 9 servings. Calorie count is based on a 2000 calorie diet. Per serving contains(½ Cup) 230 calories, along with 29.7 g carbohydrates, 11.6 g fats, and 2.57 g protein.

Good Time To Eat:

  •             It is good to eat boondi as a dessert.

Eat Healthy, Stay Healthy!!!

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