Nothing like homemade ladoos, that not only taste super delicious but is really easy to make with some simple tips!
Ing for the sugar syrup
2 cups sugar
1 cup water
1/4 tsp crushed cardamom powder
pinch of orange food color
Boil until candy thermometer reaches 220 degrees
2 to 3 cups of oil to fry the ladoos in
Keep aside
Ladoo Ingredients
2 cups gram flour
1 3/4 cup water
2 tbsp melted ghee for the ladoo paste mixture and
2 tbsp melted ghee to add in the crushed bundis
1 cup crushed almonds (optional)
pinch of orange food colour
pinch of salt
First make the sugar syrup and make sure the syrup reaches 220 degrees take it off the heat and keep aside to cool.
Next start making the batter by sifting the gram flour and adding it in a bowl with slowly drizzling in the water, to make a pourable mixture making sure not to get it too runny but making sure it is not runny, add the melted ghee and the pinch of color and keep aside.
Heat about 2 to 3 cups of oil drop a little mixture in the oil if it bubbles and surfaces to the top your oil is hot enough to fry the bundis. In a utensil that has tiny holes in it pour the mixture starting with a couple tablespoons and fry the bundi for about a minute, and remove and keep aside. Once all the bundis are done crush it in a food processor until it reaches your desired texture add the crushed almonds and pour it the melted ghee and sprinkle it with salt. Now start pouring in the sugar syrup slowly until it is moist enough to form a ball. Massage the mixture so it helps get the syrup in the bundis and start making small ladoos and keep aside for about 4 hours or even overnight. This can be a great sweet dish to celebrate your festivities!

(Visited 325 times, 1 visits today)