Prasad Boodi Recipe

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    Prasad Boondi Recipe video

    Sweet boondi or Prasad boondi, is a very popular recipe and is often prepared to offer it as a Prasad to deities. Making Prasad boondi is not a challenging task. All you need is a perforated spoon or slotted ladle and a smooth batter of urad dal and refined flour. The bigger the size of spoon is the bigger will the boondi.

    We use boondi for making raita or namkeen as well. But the recipe we are sharing with you all today is of Sweet boondi, dipped in sugar syrup and offered as Prasad, especially during Tuesday. This recipe is a very quick and easy way to make boondi. You can serve it warm or hot to your guest as well. They’ll relish it for sure. So, try following this simple step-by-step recipe of Sweet Prasad boondi yourself. Enjoy!

    Directions

    Getting ready:

    1. Rinse and soak the husked urad dal for 2 hours in water.

    prasad boondi

    2. Now, place the soaked husked urad dal in a mixture jar, followed by some water and grind to make a fine paste.

    prasad boondiMaking:

    3. Let us prepare the syrup first for making boondi. For this, take 3 cups of sugar and a cup of water in any vessel and let in simmer on low flame until the sugar dissolves completely.

    prasad boondi

    4. Syrup with one thread consistency is now ready, turn off the flame and mix some cardamom powder into it.

    prasad boondi

    5. Take refined flour in a mixing bowl and add baking powder, ½ pinch of red food color into it.

    prasad boondi

    6. Then add water in small portions and make a smooth batter.

    prasad boondi

    7. Mix the ground urad dal paste into the batter and mix well. Batter is ready for boondi.

    prasad boondi

    8. Heat oil in a wok or pan for deep frying the boondi. Take a slotted ladle and flip it upside down, over the wok.

    prasad boondi

    9. Pour some batter over the ladle and press it with your hands. The batter will pass through and you’ll get round boondi.

    prasad boondi

    10. Place as much boondi as possible at one and then deep fry until they get golden brown and crispy. Keep tossing and flipping the boondi.

    prasad boondi

    11. Soak the fried boondi in the syrup for 1-2 minutes and let it remain drenched for a minute or so until it absorbs syrup well.

    prasad boondi

    12. Place the sugar syrup coated boondi in a separate plate and continue making the rest until the entire batter is utilized.

    prasad boondiServing:

    13. Serve this sweet and super delicious prasad boondi as it is and relish eating.

    prasad boondiSuggestions

    • Consistency of the batter should be perfect, neither too thick nor too runny.
    • Oil should be hot enough for deep frying the boondis else boondis will stick to each other.
    • After transferring boondis from the chasni, keep stirring them on regular intervals so that they don’t stick.
    • Clean the ladle spoon after making every batch of boondis. So that the pores doesn’t get blocked and boodis are nice and round.
    • For 1.25kg of boondis
    • Time- 60 minutes
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    Recipe type: Dessert recipe
    Cuisine: Indian
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    Serves: 4
     
    Ingredients
    • Refined flour – 1 cup (150 grams)
    • Urad dal – ¼ cup (50 grams) (soaked)
    • Red food color – ½ pinch
    • Baking powder – ½ tsp
    • Sugar – 3 cup (750 grams)
    • Cardamom powder- ½ tsp
    • Oil – for frying
    Instructions
    1. Rinse and soak the husked urad dal for 2 hours in water.
    2. Now, place the soaked husked urad dal in a mixture jar, followed by some water and grind to make a fine paste.
    3. Let us prepare the syrup first for making boondi. For this, take 3 cups of sugar and a cup of water in any vessel and let in simmer on low flame until the sugar dissolves completely.
    4. Syrup with one thread consistency is now ready, turn off the flame and mix some cardamom powder into it.
    5. Take refined flour in a mixing bowl and add baking powder, ½ pinch of red food color into it.
    6. Then add water in small portions and make a smooth batter.
    7. Mix the ground urad dal paste into the batter and mix well. Batter is ready for boondi.
    8. Heat oil in a wok or pan for deep frying the boondi. Take a slotted ladle and flip it upside down, over the wok.
    9. Pour some batter over the ladle and press it with your hands. The batter will pass through and you’ll get round boondi.
    10. Place as much boondi as possible at one and then deep fry until they get golden brown and crispy. Keep tossing and flipping the boondi.
    11. Soak the fried boondi in the syrup for 1-2 minutes and let it remain drenched for a minute or so until it absorbs syrup well.
    12. Place the sugar syrup coated boondi in a separate plate and continue making the rest until the entire batter is utilized.
    13. Serve this sweet and super delicious prasad boondi as it is and relish eating.

     

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    • preet

      omg luv ur recipies so much they’re so detailed unlike others and so yummy luv u and hope u make more videos

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