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July 17, 2009

Venna Vundalu - Butter balls


Ingredients :


Maida : 1 cup
Rice flour : 1/4 cup
Sugar : 1 cup
Oil for deep frying
Butter : 25 gms
A pinch of cooking soda



Method :


Mix maida with rice flour Butter & cooking soda. Add warm water, make a soft dough. Cover it with a wet cloth and set aside for 1hour. Shape the dough into small balls. Cover the dough balls with a wet cloth for 5 mins. Heat the oil for deep frying. Fry them on low flame till light brown in color. Let it cool completely. Mix the sugar and water. The amount of water should be just enough to soak the sugar. Make a thick sugar syrup of 3 thread consistency . To test the sugar syrup, place a drop on the plate. The drop should remain as it is i.e., it should not spread. Remove from the flame and add all the deep fried balls in the sugar syrup and mix very fast. Stir.. Stir.. Stir.. and continue to stir for a few mins.. Let them cool completely... Ready to Serve.. :)


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51 comments:

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  2. Happy Birthday your sister Abhi. Butter balls looks so yummy and lovely.

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  3. Looks perfect and yummy,.... The balls are so neat.. you really have a lot of patience. :)

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  4. Hppy B'day to your sis..what a wonderful gift there to present..looks awesome and the final product makes me drool..

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  5. hey i remember my mom makes it like a shell calls it Gavallu.....

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  6. Happy Bday to your sis:)
    similar to gulab jamun, i wonder how come the sugar got stick on the balls?

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  7. Happy Bday to your Sis! Although I'm from Hyd - never heard of this dish! You have tonnes of patience - Cannot even imagine how you were able to shape so many balls perfectly! Is this similar to gavvalu?

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  8. happy birthday to you sis they look like Indian mini doughnuts yummy

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  9. wow! nice post ..happy birthday to your sis ! :) New recipe to me...looks soo delicious :)

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  10. Happy Birthday to you sister! She must have been very happy with your sweets :)

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  11. Happy birthday to ur sis chandhana.The sweet looks yummy.I will try this dear.

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  12. Convey wishes to your sis....they look so cute too...

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  13. such a cute little balls...must be very delicious....wish ur sister on my behalf...

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  14. hi hari,
    Belated b'day wishes to ur sis :) u've made some really authentic sweets for her...it looks so lovely, beautiful snaps.

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  15. Very nice presentation... These look like the munchkins here...
    Awesome job!

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  16. Looks awesome and nice clicks.Will do this for my kids.

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  17. happy birth day to ur Abhi...simple dish

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  18. Happy Birthday to your sis :) What a lovely recipe looks so good.

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  19. Happy birthday to your sister! These sweets look great...I bet they really melt in your mouth!

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  20. This is a new recipe for me. Looks yummy. I am sure your sister enjoyed it! Wishing her a happy birthday.

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  21. Belated bday wishes to u'r sis!!The sweet balls look yummy..havent neard of this b4..Have to try this

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  22. Never seen something like this earlier. They look simply delicious... would love to have them.

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  23. hey this is yummy...we call it shakkar paare....or toshe in hindi n punjabi respectively...though we don;t add rice flour to it just suji n maida....n the shortening.

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  24. These look delicious! Birthday wishes to your sister.

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  25. These look perfect! Your sister must be so happy. Happy Birthday to your sister!

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  26. Wishing your sister belated happy birthday .. & this butter balls looks delicious & interesting too ...

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  27. Looks so good and perfect yah.. the balls raw balls itself looks so so yummy and the outcome is really tempting dear... Please pass me that box..

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  28. Belated wishes to ur sister..

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  29. Both you and your sister have a very beautiful name. :-) Happay b'day to your sis..This is such a lovely treat for her. And its also a perfect sweet for a sweet lover like me..I am bookmarking this...

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  30. Birthday wishes to ur sister .Its so sweet of u to prepare such a nice sweet for her. Love to have a sister like u :)

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  31. hi chanadana...
    nice to meet u yaar... what a welcoming pic...i tasted them very long back that too once at a frnds place...guess its the butter that makes them melt once in the mouth

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  32. Sweet!perfect for special occasions,I'm sure your li'l sis loved them :D

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  33. this looks like miniature version of what we call badhusha :) looks yum and perfect for special occasions :)

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  34. Holy!!This looks so good. I wish I can have them now!

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  35. I'm smacking my lips at the thought of eating this :)

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  36. Looks yummy,i heard about this but never tried at home.love the first pic.

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  37. looks delicious & very tempting pictures.......

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  38. venna vundalu! maa vuru gurtochindi. mummy vallu chesevaru. nenu kudaa ikkada okasari chesenu. na son kante vadi friends ekkuva nachinavi avi.
    chaala perfect gaa vachiniyi miku.

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  39. mmm. venna vundalu! toooo tempting. Perfect shapes too. Happy birthday to your sister :)

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  40. Havent heard of this. Sounds interesting.

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  41. oh boy! these look so good! i can imagine getting addicted to them :)

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  42. Woww....looks lovely...very well presented

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  43. Thanks for dropping by my blog.
    I loved the sweet balls and will try it soon.Keep up the good work going !

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  44. Hi Hari Chandana,

    after seeing the first picture, I thought it was another snack called "seedai" in tamil :) (since the title was new to me) then, after following the recipe I' m realizing it is another delicious one ... looks too good , must have been nice crunchy & sweet !!

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  45. I dont have words to mention your work..absolutely perfect dear..innovative recipes...

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