Dahi Boondi

Boondi is an Indian snack food made from fried chickpea flour. Boondi is popularly used to prepare raita in North India. Boondi raita typically contains curd (plain yoghurt), boondi (which has been soaked in water to make it soft, then sieved) and seasoning of salt, chilli, and other spices. It is eaten as a side dish with pulao or any other meal. This is one thing which I eat almost every second day,my meal can never complete without dahi-boondi 🙂

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Ingredients
  • ½ cup boondi
  • 1 cup curd – vegan or dairy
  • 1 tsp Raita masala (optional)
  • ½ tsp roasted cumin powder
  • ÂĽ tsp red chilli powder
  • Salt as required

Process:

  1. Whisk the yogurt in a bowl.
  2. Add all the dry spice powders, including salt& stir well.
  3. Add the boondi and mix.
  4. Garnish boondi raita with coriander.
  5. Boondi raita can be served cold or at room temperature. they go well with biryani or pulao or jeera rice. Enjoy Ting 🙂 !!!
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Some twist you can add to your Boondi raita 🙂
  • Add chaat masala
  • Add saunf powder/fennel powder
  • Add black pepper powder
  • Add chopped mint leaves
  • Also you can temper the raita with little oil,mustard seeds & pinch of hing.
  • Each variation has a unique taste,try whatever suits your taste buds. But the most easy one is simply adding cumin powder,salt & chilly powder.
  • You can also soak the boondi in warm water for 5-10 min before putting it in the yogurt but like my boondi crispy .
  • You can also add sweet tamarind chutney for a sweet tangy flavour.
  • Play around with your raita ppl & enjoy Ting !!! 🙂
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