Air Fryer Pipe Fryums / Bobby Recipe: Authentic Street Food Snacks Without Oil

How to Make Healthy Pipe Fryums/Bobby in Air Fryer
Hello Foodies,
         Are you a fried food lover like me? If yes, then you are going to love this fryum recipe and can eat them guilt-free. So, making my childhood favorite snacks, Bobby/Pipe Fryums. I still remember my cousins, and I used to wore fried bobby/pipe fryums as a ring in all the fingers and ate them one by one. So Nostalgic! 


What is Pipe Fryums / Bobby?
         Bobby / Pipe Fryums is a hollow cylindrical tube shape fryums made with wheat flour, tapioca starch, baking powder, salt, and water. It can also be served as an accompaniment with the meal. Pipe Fryums also is known as ‘Bobby’, ‘Botis’, ‘Bhungara’, ‘Far-Far’, ‘Far Far Mini Rings’, ‘Finger Fryums’.  It is ready to fry Indian Snacks. You can make a delicious chaat using this crunchy and crispy finger fryums filled with Indian salad, topped with chutneys, and finished off with sev. When you bite into this fryums chaat, there’s a party of textures in your mouth.

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If you like this Air Fryer Fryums recipe, take a look at some more such Indian Snacks Recipes:
     There are many snacks that you can prepare without deep frying at home by using Air Fryer. Some of these snacks include fries, chicken wings, eggrolls, puris(for panipuri), samosas, and even fryums. After making panipuri in my Gowise Air Fryer, I was feeling quite confident with the Airfryer and got thinking about fried foods that I well and truly love to eat. Who can resist pappadums or other fryums? And from then, I prepared many of the snacks made in the air fryer. 

       Can I fry papad/other Indian fryums in an air fryer? This is a big question asked by many people. Yes, absolutely. I made 3-4 batches of fryum in my air fryer and Voila! It came out just like my mom used to deep fry them. I sprayed these dried fryums with oil and air-fried them in batches of 3-4 for a couple of minutes each. They don’t expand as much as when fried in oil, but still, have the indulgent crunch that I adore. Plus, they now have a clean and non-greasy taste! Yummy!!!


Preparation and Cooking Time: 5 Minutes.


Ingredients:
  • Dried Pipe Fryums / Bobby 1 Cup
  • Few drops of oil to spray
  • Chaat masala to sprinkle(optional)

Instructions:
  • Preheat Air Fryer at 390 F for 3 minutes. 
  • Spray some oil over the dried pipe fryums/bobby. 
  • Transfer oil greased pipe fryums in the air fryer basket. 
  • Close the basket and air fry the pipe fryums @390 F for 2 minutes(you can hear the sounds of frying pipe fryums). 
  • Once done, open the basket, and fully puffed up-pipe frums are ready to munch on. 
  • If air frying ahead of time, fry them and place in an airtight container.
  • Sprinkle some chaat masala and serve with a cup of tea. Enjoy!!!

Dietary Comment:
  • The calorie count based on a 2000 calorie diet.
  • Per serving (100 g) contains 56 calories, along with 12 g carbohydrates, 1 dietary fiber, and 2 g protein.
  • Portion size can always be increased or decreased depending on your health goals and activity level.
Good Time To Eat:
           It is good to eat Pipe Fryums / Bobby as a snack.

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3 comments:

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  2. Hi, my airfryier temp goes only till 200. Can I make frayums?

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    1. Hi Karishma,
      Given temperature in the post is in Fahrenheit.
      So fry fryum @ 200 Celcius for 1 1/2 to 2 minutes.

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