Monday, November 12, 2012

Dry Boondi with Dry Fruits

Today is a very special day for us because it’s” Diwali”. Diwali is a festival of light. Almost every Indians celebrate this day with lots of Sweets, New dresses and Fire Crackers. We decorate our house with lots of Pradeeps or Diyas . In West Bengal in this special day is more special for us because we Celebrate Kali Puja on the same day. My Grand Maa and my Maa used to prepare different kind of sweets during this time for guests. And for us Diwali means lots of Fire Crackers, Lights.
We are outside India that’s not mean that we don’t celebrate the Special day; off Couse we  celebrate Diwali here also. Having party tonight and I prepared some “Dry Fruits Boondi “. First time only I prepared this so little nervous while making this. But finally it came out awesome. I don’t know I am able to take this for party or not because my husband going to finish it off.


Preparation time: 10 mints.
Cooking Time: 20 mints.

1.Besan or Gram Flower: 200 gm.
2.Ghee Two table spoon.
3.Sugar : 200 gm.
4.Few saffron stands.
5.Pinch of cardamom powder.
6.Two tea spoon Char Magaj.
7.Few Cashew nuts, Few Raisins, Few Pistachios.

8.Few Charmagaj.

9.Green and Red color.
10.Sunflower oil for frying.
11.One Tea strainer.
Add 2 cup of water in a vessel and add the sugar, cardamom powder and saffron stands. And
prepare little thick syrup.


Now make a batter with Besan or Gram Flower, Ghee and some water. The batter should be not thick and not so light.


Now add oil in a kadai (oil should be more) and through the help of tea strainer pour the besan into the karai and fry the boondis till they little yellowish.
For color boondi just add green color into that besan batter and fry them.

Same way add the red color into the batter and fry the same way.

Now pour the fried boondis into the thick sugar syrup and add all the dry fruits.

Your Dry Fruits boondis is ready. Enjoy your Diwali with my Boondi.


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