Ya Devi Sarva Bhuteshu Shakti Roopena Samsthita I
Ya Devi Sarva Bhuteshu Buddhi Roopena Samsthita I
Ya Devi Sarva Bhuteshu Laxmi Roopena Samsthita I
Namestasyai II Namestasyai II Namestasyai II Namo Namah II”
Once boondis are soaked in syrup nicely, remove the boondis from the syrup with a slotted spoon and dump in another large bowl. Wait until boondis cool down a bit and become warm but yet not hot. Your Bengali Style Mishti Bonde or Sweet Boondi is ready to be served. Divide the boondi in serving bowls and serve warm.
Some people like Bengali Style Mishti Bonde or Sweet Boondi with freshly made rabri, if you belong to that category make some Rabri before, (may be a a day ahead) and serve warm Sweet Boondi on top of chilled Rabri (for your all rabri lovers I’ll share the ‘Rabri’ recipe soon). Or, may be you prefer your boondi with the syrup, simply drizzle some syrup on top and enjoy. You can also garnish with almond slivers, raisins or chopped cashew.