Kadboli

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Kadboli
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Kadboli
TypeSnack
Place of originWest India
Region or stateMaharashtra
Main ingredientsFlour mixture of chickpea, urid, rice, Moong and cumin seeds

Kadboli or kadaboli (Konkani and Marathi: कडबोळी), is a traditional savoury snack prepared in Maharashtra, India. Kadboli is typically made from a mixture of chickpea, urad, moong and rice flour, salt, and flavourings such as chili, ajwain, or cumin.

The same dish is known as kodbale in Karnataka, the only difference being that only rice and urad flour is used.

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Kadboli lasts for few weeks if stored properly in air tight container. As a result, this snack is a great anytime snack.[1] Kadboli is mainly prepared in the states of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "rajpurohit/spicy-bhakarwadi-chakali". indiamart.com. Retrieved 12 August 2017.
  2. ^ "Kadboli recipe, Chegodilu snack, Rice flour chegodilu". vahrehvah.com. Retrieved 12 August 2017.