Badam And Besan Ladoo Recipe
Badam And Besan Ladoo Recipe is a very popular Indian dessert that is made with puré ghee on special occasions. You can also make these for festivals.
Ladoo is a very popular Indian dessert that is made with puré ghee on special occasions.The mention of ladoo can be found in ancient Indian scriptures like Rigveda. This Badam & Besan Ladoo recipe is one such recipe that has goodness of almonds also along with protein rich besan flour.
I have used almonds which are roasted in slow and dry heat and grounded for more flavour and texture. The best part about making this Ladoo is that it will fill your entire home with welcome aroma!!
Did you know: This Besan Ladoo with roasted Badam and raisins also helps build immunity to common cold during monsoon. Roasted besan has an innate property of relieving the body of cold and cough.
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- It is best to use coarse gram flour for Badam & Besan Ladoo Recipe as it gives it a better texture but if you aren't able to find it, you can add a small amount of semolina to do the trick.
- Trying to cool the prepared besan ladoo mixture either in fridge or a bath of cold water does not work well as it yields hard ladoos with off taste. Only resort is to wait.
- During the final step, You can also add some fennel seeds because that makes the Badam Besan ladoos more fragrant and easy to digest.
- 4 tablespoon Gram flour (besan)
- 2 teaspoon Sooji (Semolina/ Rava)
- 2 tablespoon Badam (Almond)
- 5 tablespoon Sugar
- 4 tablespoon Ghee
- 1 teaspoon Cardamom (Elaichi) Pods/Seeds
- 1 tablespoon Raisins
- 1 tablespoon Dried rose petals
How to make Badam And Besan Ladoo Recipe
Add in the gram flour, semolina and keep stirring for about 8-10 minutes till the mix gets a nice golden brown colour and starts bubbling. Keep the heat low through the process and continuously keep stirring to avoid charring.
Add few sprinkles of water to the mix and stir well, this gives the tiny lumps of besan ladoo mixture.
Switch off and add cardamom and raisins. Mix well till the mixture cools down. Cardamom added to the hot mixture will infuse its aroma well.
Let the mixture cool completely in normal condition. It takes a good 30 minutes or more. You could transfer the mixture to another kadai.
Meanwhile, heat the kadai again over low heat and dry roast almonds till aromatic and evenly roasted well.
In a grinder, once the almonds cool down a bit, dry grind them to make a flour.
Add sugar and almond flour to the mix and make sure it is evenly combined.
Finally roll out the dough form balls,adding a few rose petal leaves for that earthy touch and keep on a parchment to set for 10minutes before the badam and besan ladoos are ready to eat.