Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Laddoo

Ladoos are most famous  in India and it is apt for all festivals,occasions.Laddoos are tiny balls fried in oil , soaked in sugar syrup and shaped . My love for laddoo got a shape after watching saras's blog.I thought of giving it a try and here it is.My Diwali sweets starts with this .




Ingredients:

For Boondhi:
1.Besan flour        -  1 cup
2.Rice flour          -   1 tbsp
3.Baking soda      -    a pinch
4.Yellow color    -   a pinch
5.Water                -   1 cup
6.Cashews           -   2 tbsp

Laddoos

For syrup:
1.Sugar                    -    11/2 cup
2.water                    -    1 cup
3.Cardamom pwdr  -   1 tsp


Method :
Boondhi :
* Take a mixing bowl ,add besan flour,rice flour,baking soda ,color and salt.
* Pour water little by little and form it like a bajji batter.
* Chk the consistancy by pouring it through the skimmer.
* If the batter falls down in medium speed ,then the batter is in right consistancy.

Checking the consistancy using a skimmer

* Pour oil till half of the pan .Test the heat of oil by dropping little batter ,it shud come up immediately
 without turning brown.
* Place  skimmer near the oil and pour the batter .boondhis will fall down slowly.
* Fry boondhis in batch.Clean the skimmer for every batch .Because if we dont clean,then we will get tails in boondhis.
Frying boondhis

* Fry boondhis and keep it aside.

Syrup:

Syrup shud be prepared simultaneously.
* Take a bowl , add sugar ,water and bring it to boil.
* When u see white fumes in the syrup, turn ur stove to slow and chk the consistancy.
* Pour sugar syrup in a plate ,and it shud stand like a pearl.
* At this consistancy turn off the stove and keep it aside.
* After 2 to 3 mins, add boondhis to the syrup with cardamom pwdr,ghee and cashews.

Mixing boondhis,syrup,cashews,ghee,cardamom pwdr

* Keep it for 10 to 15 mins .Bcoz it shud absorb the sugar syrup.
* Grease ghee in ur palm , squeeze excess syrup and form into small balls.


Store it in a air tight container, it will last for more than 10 days.


 


8 comments:

Shanavi said...

Hmmm...wish i could take one from ur pic n eat ..

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Alisa said...

It looks absolutely delicious!I love your step-by-step photos and I hope I could try this someday.Thanks for sharing how you made these beauties.

savitha ramesh said...

Hi Alisa,
Thank u for stopping by.
Thanks for ur support

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jeevaprabuarjun said...

Thanks a lot for the recipe. I followed the recipe and it came our great.

I HAVE TRIED MANY OF UR OTHER RECIPES AND EVERYTHING IS GREAT.

Thanks
Jeeva

jeevaprabuarjun said...

Thanks for your recipe .. tried this today and came out gr8..

gr8 job!

Cheers
Jeeva from NJ

Savitha Ganesan said...

Thank you very much for trying recipes from my blog.

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