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Motichoor Ladoo

sumit's picture
Are you looking for simple way to make Motichoor Laddu? This recipe is perfect for you. Motichoor Laddu is the most popular Indian sweet. It is extensively used during Diwali ,Ganesh Pooja and other festivals .According to Hindu belief Motichoor Laddu is the favorite of Lord Ganesha .It not only sweetens your mood but also brings good luck to you. It makes your celebration more delicious . Cook, Share and enjoy this Motichoor Laddu recipe.
Ingredients
  Gram flour 2 1⁄2 Cup (40 tbs) (Not Superfine Variety)
  Milk 500 Milliliter
  Cardamom powder 1⁄2 Teaspoon
  Ghee 3 Cup (48 tbs) (For Deep Frying)
  Sugar 2 1⁄2 Cup (40 tbs)
  Water 3 1⁄2 Cup (56 tbs)
  Milk 2 Tablespoon
  Food coloring 2 Drop (Few Drops, Saffron Color)
Directions

For syrup:
1.Put sugar and water in a vessel and boil.
2.When sugar dissolves, add milk.
3.Boil for 5 minutes till scum forms on top.
4.Strain and return to fire.
5.Add colour and boil till sticky but no thread has formed.
6.Add cardamom powder and mix. Keep aside.

For boondi:
1.Mix flour and milk to a smooth batter.
2.Heat ghee in a heavy frying pan.
3.Hold strainer on top with one hand.
4.With the other pour some batter all over the holes.
5.Tap gently till all batter has fallen into hot ghee.
6.Stir with another strainer and remove when light golden.
7.Keep aside. Repeat for remaining batter.
8.Immerse boondi in syrup.
9.Drain any excess syrup.
10.Spread in a large plate. Sprinkle few tsp. hot water over it.
11.Cover and keep for 5 minutes.
12.Shape in laddoos with moist palms.
13.Cool and keep open to dry, before storing in containers.

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Medium
Channel: 
VeganLife
Cuisine: 
Indian
Course: 
Dessert
Taste: 
Sweet
Occasion: 
Diwali, Wedding
Interest: 
Holiday, Kids, Party
Restriction: 
Vegan, Vegetarian
Preparation Time: 
8 Minutes
Cook Time: 
45 Minutes
Ready In: 
53 Minutes
Servings: 
6

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6 Comments

Ganesh.Dutta's picture
I like Motichoor laddu very much because this sweet is really delicious.
bhagwati's picture
bahut acha laga apka ye site deykh kar ,maine motichhoor ke ladoo ki recipi lee apke site se .kafi ache bane. but kaju barfi teek se nahi bani, ku ki wah jaam nahi rahi hai. pls mujhe reply kijiy. ki mai kaju barfi jaamne ke liy kya karoo.
bhagwati's picture
ladoo tho ache bane per ,maine kaju barfi banaai tho wah jaam nahi rahi hai ,pls mujhe batay ki uske liy mai kya karoo ? pls reply me........
Anonymous's picture
i made delicious motichoor ke ladoo. thank you so much for the help
ashiana khan's picture
thnx so much 4 ur recipe very delicious
Shagufta Syed's picture
I tried making these at home. The flavor was good, but still not like store-bought quality. What am I doing wrong? The finished laddus didn't stick together too well. (I'm thinking that either I didn't cook the syrup long enough or there was too much syrup in my final product.) After I formed the laddus, I puts them in the fridge so they could hold there shape better. The taste is terrific, but the boondis themselves are a bit chewy. Shouldn't they be more like "melt-in-you-mouth"? I didn't wait for the boondis to lightly brown, I just took them out of the oil as soon as they puffed. Is that the mistake I made? Cause I thought that if I fry them longer, they wouldn't soften in the syrup properly. I also didn't use ghee for calorie reasons, but did that make a difference too? I really want them to turn light like restaurant/store-bought kinds. I live in a city where Indian sweets are NOT readily available, so that is why I'm making them myself for my daughter's graduation party.