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Mouth Watering Indian Sweet – Motichoor Ghee Laddu (Weekend Recipe)

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Mouth Watering Indian Sweet – Motichoor Ghee Laddu (Weekend Recipe)

Love for traditional Indian sweets is never ending, and Motichoor Laddu comes first on the list. Popular Indian Motichoor Laddu is a sweet made with gram flour and desi ghee, these two are core ingredients for its delicious flavour. Here are simple and easy steps to make this scrumptious delicacy. Make this recipe perfect for every festival and occasion or make it anytime whenever you crave for this delicious dessert. This step-by-step recipe it doesn't take much of your time and effort to prepare. So, add love and sweetness to your happy moments with this fresh and homemade Motichoor Ghee Laddu.

 

Ingredients –

  • 2 1/2 cup gram flour (besan)
  • 3 cup Pure Shahji Desi Ghee
  • 2 pinch baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon green cardamom
  • 1/2 teaspoon edible food color

 

To make Ghee Laddu all you have to do is, follow these simple and quick steps:

Step 1 - In a large bowl, add 2 1/2 cups of gram flour (besan) and mix it with orange colour. Add water and a little baking soda in it. Blend the mixture to get the perfect consistency of paste and make sure it does no have any lumps left.

Step 2 - Heat Pure Desi Ghee in a large deep frying pan and put perforated ladle on the top of heating ghee and add some batter. The batter will fall in the heating ghee and cook and turn into boondi. Transfer the boondi on paper to remove excess oil.

Step 3 - Boil water and sugar in a pan to attain perfect consistency for chashni. You can add cardamom powder to sugar syrup to enhance its flavour. Add boondis in a sugar syrup while cooking and mix it perfectly with sugar syrup. Cover the lid and turn off the flame.

Step 4 - Grease your hands with a pure desi ghee and start shaping the ladoos in a round shape. Place them in an open tray and garnish with some nuts of your choice.

 

Make this mouth-watering recipe at home with Shahji Desi Ghee and add purity and taste.

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