Boorelu is associated with the famous Indian festivity, Sankranthi. This sweet recipe symbolizes joy and festivity in Andhra Pradesh. These golden-brown balls are just not tasty but also aromatic. Boorelu is also served to Goddess Laxmi and Durga during Diwali and Navratri. Made with Bengal Gram, Sweet Balls, Navratri & Sankranthi Special, 100% Vegetarian.
Boorelu is also known as Poornam Boorelu or Poornalu in Andhra Pradesh. With a crunchy exterior and soft filling, these sweets are unique in taste. These deep-fried sweet balls are made with
- Rice flour
- Sunflower Oil
The Boorelu prepared at Vellanki Foods is far better to be served to kids because these are safe for health.
- Keep at a cool and dry place.
- Store in an airtight container.
- Do not refrigerate the sweet balls.
- Heat and serve as Boorelu tastes best when warm.
Shelf Life: 10 Days
No Of. Pieces(1kg) : 30 Approx.
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nice in Taste And package Size is very neat i will Recomend this.
Delicious, tasty, mouthwatering Burelu