Making time: 1 hour
Makes: 25 pieces
Recipe Courtesy -Vahchef

Ingredients:-

For Boondi

A fine holed shallow strainer spoon
1/2 tsp Cardamom powder
3 cups Ghee for frying
2 1/2 cups Gram flour (not superfine variety)
500 ml Milk
1 tbsp Raisins


For Syrup

* 2 1/2 cups Sugar
* 3 1/2 cups Water
* 2 tbsp. Milk
* few drops orange colour



Method:-

For Syrup

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

For Boondi:

* Mix Gram flour and milk to a smooth batter.
* Mix all the ingredients mentioned under stuffing except milk.
* Heat ghee in a heavy frying pan.
* Hold strainer on top with one hand.
* With the other pour some batter all over the holes.
* Tap gently till all batter has fallen into hot ghee.
* Stir with another strainer and remove when light golden.
* Keep aside. Repeat for remaining batter.

Final Steps:
* Immerse boondi in syrup.Mix in Raisins.
* Drain any excess syrup.
* Spread in a large plate. Sprinkle few tsp. hot water over it.
* Cover and keep for 5 minutes.
* Shape in laddoos with moist palms.
* Cool and keep open to dry, before storing in containers.


I am sending this to Purva's Diwali Damaka Event .

29 Comments:

  1. Sailaja Damodaran said...
    looks excellent.....adding milk is new to me
    Padma said...
    Nice color of the ladoo and looks yummy Sireesha :)
    Sangeetha Subhash said...
    Looks awesome dear!!
    A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...
    boondi laddoo is my fav..along with gulab jamun..yours have come out very nice...it looks yummy
    srikars kitchen said...
    wow.. yummy & deicious ladoos..
    Ramya Bala said...
    This is my fav sireesha..hope u had wonderful diwali...
    Bhawna said...
    Very finely seived motichoor Ladoo. looks perfect.
    sowmya.s said...
    yummy..love them..
    shanthi said...
    looks delicious and yummy
    Tina said...
    Ma fav sweet...Looks perfect and colourful..
    prasu said...
    perfect dear.....ladoos look yummy...
    Khaugiri said...
    very tempting....I a not so fond of ladoos but these are very inviting!!!
    jeyashrisuresh said...
    looks perfect,shapes too perfect.Adding milk in syrup is also new to me.
    Sushma Mallya said...
    superb click sireesha...loved those ladoos and the recipe...hope u had a wonderful diwali...
    kitchen queen said...
    the ladoo looks tempting and good picture. you can visit my blog and give ur comments.
    Prathibha said...
    u made this at home??
    great...looks yummy n nice color..
    Priya said...
    Woww Laddooos looks prefect and gorgeous..
    Happy cook said...
    Wish i really could grab few. Looks so so yumm.
    Varunavi said...
    Looks excellent,perfect ladoo :)
    Pari said...
    Wow. you attempted them at home.They look beautiful.
    notyet100 said...
    ladoos look yum,..
    Soma Pradhan said...
    Thsi really look s awesome...
    satya said...
    Laddu looks yummy...
    Abhilash said...
    your Diwali ladooos are super...

    We used to get ladoos from radha krishna mandir which were so sweet to taste.

    I still remember their taste.
    Sailaja said...
    What a color!.. Looks yummy
    Sarah Naveen said...
    wow!! yummy dea..!!
    my kitchen said...
    Wow Looks yummy,Perfect one sireesha, Give that plate to me
    jayasree said...
    Awesome job.. It has come ut very well..
    unnatisilks said...
    Delicious laddus! Feel like to grab those plate:)
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