Bori, a popular traditional conical shape pulse nugget used in the Indian sub continent, is made manually from aerated batter prepared from soaked black gram pulse (phaseolus mungo). An array of these nuggets placed on oil-smeared surface are usually dried under the sun. Texture and structure of nuggets are largely dependent on rheological and spreading characteristics which are function of both moisture and air content in the batter. The book will help food processors, researchers, academicians, entrepreneurs to develop a system for the continuous production of pulse based conical shaped nuggets. The book covers various aspects like rheological behavior of black gram batter, a continuous extrusion system with intermittent discharge mechanism has been developed for preparing conical shape nuggets from semi-solid pulse batter, moisture sorption isotherm of black gram nuggets have also been studied, the open sun drying of nuggets have been carried out. The mechanical drying of these nuggets will also be known. The nuggets prepared from this system are uniform in shape and quality.