Sweet boondi is my favorite since childhood. The juicy inside and grainy outside boondhis really takes me to another world. I have seen my mom making this so many times. But never tried so far on my own. So today, suddenly thought, since I tried Kara boondi, I was confident, this will also come out good. So quickly checked with mom for sugar syrup consistency. And started making straight away. It came out good successfully and here I am with the post!
Rather making it plain yellow or orange, I wanted to make it colourful. I vaguely remember I ate this way in a marriage long long ago. So I wanted to make it colourful that way. Treat to eyes as well!
This is very easy sweet. You can try this for your Diwali!
Ingredients(will yeild 5 cups boondi)
|Gram flour/ Kadala mavu||1 & 1/2 cup|
|Rice flour||1/4 cup|
|Cooking soda(sodium bi carbonate)||1 small pinch|
|Sugar||1 & 1/2 cup to 2 cups(adjust as per ur taste)|
|Rose essence(optional)||3 drops|
|Edible camphor(optional)||1 mustard size|
|Food colours(optional)||orange and green|
Enjoy the juicy yet textured boondhis! Smells divinely as we add cloves and edible camphor. Boondhi by itself with sugar syrup gives a great flavour!
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