Users' questions

Why is my Boondi ladoo not binding?

Why is my Boondi ladoo not binding?

Boondi ladoo not binding If the boondi gets too cold, the sugar blooms and makes it difficult to shape. Boondi is too much and less sugar syrup. To trouble shoot this, again make syrup and add to the boondi, warm the mixture slightly and try again.

How do you soften hard Ladoo?

Boil water, and put into a cup (I usually use a couple of ounces). Put the cup into the container, making sure that the cup and water does not touch the brown sugar, close container and leave for 30 minutes or until soft.

What is the difference between Motichoor ladoo and Boondi ladoo?

Difference between Motichoor ladoo and Boondi ladoo. The major difference between Boondi ladoo and motichoor ladoo is the size of the tiny boondi or fried gram flour balls. Boondi ladoo has the gram flour balls bigger in size and motichoor ladoo has smaller ones. Both the ladoo are made from gram flour or besan batter.

What is Boondi Laddu made of?

Boondi laddu or bundiar laddu is made from bengal gram flour (besan) based boondi. It is often served on festivals such as Raksha Bandhan and Diwali. Motichoor laddu is made from fine boondi where the balls are tiny and are cooked with ghee or oil.

Which is the best way to make boondi laddu?

How to Make Boondi ke Ladoo (Laddu) 1.Prepare a thin batter with gram flour and water or milk. 2.Fill the fryer or strainer with the batter up to the half. 3.Position it over pan and drain boondis in hot ghee by hitting the strainer on side of the pan, lifting up then again hitting. 4.Fry them to golden color, drain and remove.

When is the best time to make boondi Ladoo?

About Boondi ke Ladoo (Boondi ke Laddu) Recipe: A very famous Indian dessert, Boondi ke Ladoo are also known as Motichoor ke ladoo and are usually made during festive times like Diwali or at Indian weddings and pujas. Boondi is made of small, round shaped droplets, which are called ‘boond’ and hence the name ‘boondi’.

What are the ingredients in Boondi ke ladoo?

This easy and fuss free recipe of sinfully delicious ladoos can be made at home for your next festival or puja. Ingredients in Boondi Ke Ladoo: A sweet treat made with gram flour (besan) batter along with with cashews, raisins, saffron and the light flavor of cardamom.

Do you have to add water to make boondi?

Add a little water in the gram flour to prepare a smooth batter. The consistency of the gram flour solution is very important for preparing Boondi. Therefore, the solution should not be too diluted nor too thick. So, to prepare the right consistency batter, add water bit by bit in the gram flour, and whisk it well with a ladle.