How to make boorelu with maida?. if you have this in your mind, you don’t have to worry anymore. It is a very interesting recipe and one of the most favorite snacks for kids as it is a deep-fried snack.
In the current blog, I would like to share a captivating recipe of boorelu with maida. It is usually made for special occasions and festivals like Ganesh Chathurthi.
Delicious stuffing made with boiled dhal, coconut, and jaggery is coated in the maida or on purpose flour. It is then deep-fried in the oil.
How to make boorelu with maida?
Maida boorelu is also called as Poornam boorelu. It is a very authentic Andhra sweet dish and prepared on auspicious occasions. There are many varieties of boorelu with different outer covers or different stuffing. However, boorelu with maida is very commonly made boorelu.
Time required and utensils to make boorelu with maida
You do not need too many utensils or kitchen tools for the recipe. All the basic utensils and tools available in the kitchen would be sufficient. It’s always a good practice to keep all your utensils ready and in reach while cooking.
Big Bowl to mix the maida
|TOTAL PREPARATION TIME
|TIME to make the stuffing
|COOKING TIME TO FRY THE BOORELU
what are the ingredients required to make boorelu with maida?
All the ingredients for boorelu with maida will be available in most of the Indian kitchens. You must know what are the ingredients used for the boorelu. So that you don’t have run around looking for the ingredients for the recipe.
|QUANTITY OF INGREDIENTS for MAIDA BOORELU
maida – 1 cup
1 cup shredded coconut
1 cup – Jaggery
Cardamom pods – 4 or 5
1 cup channa dal
250 ml – Vegetable oil
Complete procedure on How to make boorelu with maida
The recipe to make the boorelu to maida is a very simple and easy recipe. It needs very few ingredients and you will be surprised to see how effortlessly boorelu can be done. Let us now get started with the step of step procedure for making the boorelu with all-purpose flour.
1. Add cardamom pods to the Mixer Jar
Take a mixer jar and add a few cardamom pods. Cardamom powder really helps to spice any dish, It imparts an aromatic flavor to the sweet or savory dish.
2. Add the fresh coconut
Now you must add the fresh coconut also the jar to grind it to a coarse powder.
3. Grind the coconut and cardamom
Now you must grind the coconut and cardamom to a coarse powder. This is so important ingredient to the boorelu stuffing as it gives very good taste.
4. Add Channa dal to the cooker and add water
Take one cup of channa dhal to the pressure cooker. Add enough water to the cooker to boil.
5. Close the lid and cook the channa dal
You must close the lid and turn on the stove. Cook the channa dhal for five whistles so that the dhal is cooked really well. Then you must mash it well so that you can get soft stuffing.
6. Add one cup of jaggery and ground coconut
To the boiled channa dhal, you must now add the ground coconut and cardamom to the dhal. Also, add one cup of jaggery to the cooker to mix them well to make the soft stuffing.
7.Mix them together and make the stuffing
Now mix them all together and mask it to a soft paste to make the stuffing for the boorelu. This stuffing is also called Poonam in Andhra and Telangana.
8.Take one cup of all-purpose flour
Now take one cup of maida to the small bowl to add some water to make a paste.
9. Add salt to taste and 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
You can now add the salt to taste and also 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda. Mix them well to make it a fine paste.
10. Add water and mix well to make runny maida dough
You must now add water to the maida to make it runny dough like a smooth paste.
11. Roll the stuffing into small balls
Now you roll the stuffing into small balls using the hands.
12. Roll the remaining stuffing into balls
You must roll the remaining stuffing as well in the same way into small balls.
14. Place a Kadai to fry on the stove and add oil.
You must place a Kadai to fry on the stove and add oil. Always prepare the boorelu on a medium flame. If you keep it at a high flame, the boorelu will burn on the outside faster.
15. Dip the stuffing in the maida dough and drop it in the oil
Now you can dip the stuffing balls into the maida dough. Slowly drop the maida dipped stuffing into the oil
16. Fry them well in the oil and transfer to the plate
You must fry them in oil slowly on all sides until it turns brown and transfer to the plate.
17. Serve the hot boorelu with maida
Delicious boorelu with maida is ready to serve. You can also try the kobbari boorelu variety also. As it is another interesting recipe to try. Kobbari boorelu is very similar to Arisalu or Athirsam because of the method of preparation, taste is all similar
Principal tips to make boorelu with maida
Even for the simplest recipes, it is essential to know the essential tips for successful cooking. I am sharing some of the key tips I always follow to have a good cooking experience
1. Keep all the ingredients handy
Before you start cooking, keep all the ingredients in one place. This makes cooking more efficient and you won’t forget adding them to the cooking.
2. Cooking on medium flame
Always prepare the boorelu on a medium flame. If you keep it at a high flame, the boorelu will burn on the outside faster.
3. Use of Cardamom powder
Cardamon is one of the best spices in the world which enhances the flavor of both sweet and savory dishes. You must not miss adding this especially when trying the sweet recipes.
4. Use of healthy sugars
Healthy sugars are imported to be added to the recipes for sweetness. As the natural sugars have more health benefits and come with the added nutrients
I am sure it must have been an amazing experience learning the yummy recipe of boorelu. Please feel free to ask questions and add your comments in the section below