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Andhra spicy Boondi
Kara Boondi is a special Indian dish. Kara Boondi is very easy to prepare with its spicy and rich taste of an south Indian side dish. Boondi is a snack deep fried using Besan batter using ladle with holes. Spicy boondi is more crispy seasoned with salt and red chili powder.
Spicy sev
Spicy Sev is one of the most loved snacks in India; however there are variations to it like Garlic Sev, Potato Sev, Onion Sev etc. The sev are basically fried noodles made from Chana flour. Sev (noodles) are shaped with Seviya machine, a unique brass utensil equipped with different interchangeable disks.
Spiced Peanunts
Heat nuts in a dry skillet and cook, stirring frequently, until begin to toast for some time. Transfer to a small bowl and set aside. Add the butter, salt, water and spices to the hot skillet and cook, stirring, until a glaze form. Return the nuts to the skillet and toss to combine with the glaze. Cook until the nuts are glazed and golden brown.
Andhra Spicy Mixture
Mixture is the much loved savory snack of Indians that is sold in almost all the bakeries across the sub-continent. Mixture is a hotchpotch of assorted savory snacks prepared with chickpea flour like murukku, omapudi aka karapoosa/sev and boondi. This assorted mix is flavored with red chili powder and mixed with other crunchy bites like roasted peanuts, cashew nuts, fried beaten rice and cornflakes. What goes into a typical mixture is individual choice.
This is a South-Indian dish popular among the Telangana part of Andhra Pradesh, made with rice flour, spices and moong dal as main ingredients. The specialty dish is fried in the oil pan.

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