Boondi ka laddoo/Motichur Ladoo, Coconut jaggery laddu and moong dal laddo are most popular sweets in south India. Boondi laddoo is a famous recipe prepared in occasions whereas coconut laddoo and moong dal are the most common items easy to make within no time. These two recipes are very healthy, it promotes healthy body weight and boost the energy levels. Each ingredients contain good nutritional values. Let us see the procedure of making the delicious desserts. Boondi ladoo are the favorite of all and are prepared for any religious rituals or on any special occasion.
Boondi laddu is made from boondi. It is often served in occasions like marriages, or festivals such as Raksha bandhan and Diwali. Motichoor laddu is made from fine boondi where the balls are tiny and is cooked with ghee or oil. Originally this laddu was a Tamil sweet, but it is now popular throughout India.
Boondi ladoo is a traditional laddu recipe of boondi or small fried balls made from gram flour. The besan boondi are mixed with ghee, sugar and cardamom and blended together in the ladoos. Boondi laddu is a tasty and healthy laddoo( sweet ball) recipe.
This flaky sweet has many variations in India based on the region where it is prepared. It is also available in many varieties and flavours such as Boondi ka laddoo/Motichur Ladoo, Coconut jaggery laddu and moong dal laddo coconut laddoo and moong dal etc.
- Besan – 1 cup
- Cardamom powder- 1 pinch
- Melon seeds- 1 spoon
- Broken cashew nut- 1 spoon
- Water- 1 cup
- Oil sugar- 2 cups
- Rice flour- 1 spoon
- Kesari- pinch
- Baking powder- pinch
Step 1: Combine besan flour, rice flour, baking powder and food color in a bowl.
Step 2: Mix it well by adding some water and make into smooth batter.
Step 3: Heat oil till it smokes, sieve batter in oil using hand siever.
Step 4: Fry them in oil for 2-3min and take out and serve in a plate.
Step 5: Heat sugar and water till thread consistency.
Step 6: Mix kesari, melon seeds, cardamom powder and fried boondi in sugar syrup.
Step 7: Stir it well without any lumps and make into small balls and set aside till it becomes cool.
Step 8: Repeat the process and serve them in a plate.
Step 9: Enjoy the taste of delicious boondi laddu.
- If you prefer eating colored boondi ladoo, then add red, green or whichever you like eating, food color in the boondi and make ladoos.
- Perforated spoons are available in the market especially used for making bundis called “bundi jharas”.
- These laddoos do not stay for long and therefore should be consumed fast.