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Besan Ladoo

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Besan laddoos are rich, sweet dessert-snack made from gently roasted gram flour (besan) sweeten with sugar. Ladoos can be served any time of the day.how to make besan ladoo is simplified with this video

Beasan Laddu or besan ki Laddoo is a sweet popular in various countries of South Asia such as India Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh. It is often prepared on festivals or household events such as weddings and births or offered as a prasad at Hindu Temples. How to make besan ladoo is easy, It is made out of flour and a variety of other... Read More..

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How to make BESAN LADOO

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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
35 mins
BESAN LADOO
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Besan Gram Flour
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : September 10, 2017


Ingredients used in BESAN LADOO
• Flour (besan) - 250 grams.
• Ghee - 100 grams.
• Pistachios powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Sugar (grinded) - 250 grams.
• Cardomam powder - 1 tea spoon.
Method:
  • In a kadhai add ghee bring it to boil then reduce the flame and add besan mix well till changes its color.
  • Once the besan is done then add sugar mix well, cardamom powder mix well switch off the flame and let it cool down then make into small ladoos.
  • Once the ladoos are ready, to dip one edge of ladoo in ghee and dip on pistachios mixture.

Ladoos are ready to serve.






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Beasan Laddu or besan ki Laddoo is a sweet popular in various countries of South Asia such as India Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh. It is often prepared on festivals or household events such as weddings and births or offered as a prasad at Hindu Temples. How to make besan ladoo is easy, It is made out of flour and a variety of other ingredients formed into balls.
One of the earliest mentions of laddu is in a twelfth-century Gujarati manuscript. The popular besan wala laddu or laddoo can be made from gram flour (besan), semolina (rava), wheat flakes, and many other flours. It is also a common nickname for sweet and lovely people. Besan or Gram flour is flour made from ground chickpeas, a legume otherwise known as chana dal.
It is also known as chickpea flour, garbanzo flour, or besan. Gram flour contains a high proportion of carbohydrates but no gluten. Despite this, in comparison to other flours, it has a relatively high proportion of protein. Besan ladoos are rich, sweet dessert-snack made from gently roasted gram flour (besan).
Ladoos can be served any time of the day. Traditionally in Indian households ladoos and burfis are served as cookies and chocolate. Laddus or Laddoos as they are called are one of the most famous and liked Indian sweets. They are usually prepared during festivals like diwali, functions, auspicious occasions like marriages etc.
There are different types of Laddoos depending on the ingredients they use and named that way. They could be made of flours or sesame or coconut, sooji/semolina etc and rolled into balls. I have already posted different types of Laddoos like the ‘Nariyal ka Ladoo’, ‘Atta Ladoos, ‘Til Ka Ladoo’.
The Besan Ladoos are made up of gram flour or Besan. Even though this is a simple recipe, with few steps the tough part is the stirring of the besan in the ghee continuously until it gets an even brown color and a nutty flavor. Also this recipe uses a liberal amount of ghee (clarified butter) without which or any type of substitute the laddu will not taste the same.
But since it is made for special occasions, the effort is all worth it. Besan ladoo is one of the most common Maharashtrian sweets, Besan (chickpea flour) Laddoo, of which we always have some in our home. Chickpeas and other pulses are important ingredients in the Indian diet.
Approximately 25 percent of Indians are vegetarians, and lentils and grams are a great and healthy source of protein. India is the world's largest consumer and producer of chickpea. The major cultivation of Desi chickpea is in Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.
Besan / Chickpea flour is mostly made from desi chickpeas as the imported variety from Mexico, Turkey and Australia are perceived to be bitter in comparison. Chickpeas from Tanzania and Myanmar are closest to the desi chickpea in taste, Besan is used for several concoctions here and laddoos made from it are popular.

Recipe: BESAN LADO



 

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Stay Fit Posted on Mon Jan 09 2017

Thanks for sharing :)

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Lina Jain Posted on Tue Jul 21 2009

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shree Posted on Tue Jul 21 2009

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spiritlite Posted on Tue Jul 21 2009

I was searching for this recipe in your channel . thanks for posting the recipe .

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Confilad Posted on Tue Jul 21 2009

Super!

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chillikavi Posted on Tue Jul 21 2009

the most amazing chef.........thankyou so much . i have tried so many of your recipies and all of them turned perfect .

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Esunshine hope Posted on Tue Jul 21 2009

is Basan flour same as semolina flour?

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robin123robin Posted on Tue Jul 21 2009

Hi, no besan is not the same as semolina flour. Besan is a flour made from chickpeas. or i think also called garbanzo beans.

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wnsabu Posted on Wed Jul 22 2009

thanku soo much Chef...really looks so yummy...you use just regulay sugar grinded OR icing sugar.? plz reply..thanks again

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Sneha Shah Posted on Thu Jul 23 2009

hello chef, this recipe looks soo simple and easy to make .. and i looove ladoos so im going to definitely try it . i also wanted to make a request ... could you show us how to make paneer bhurji ? there is this infamous eat out in bombay called bade

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robin123robin Posted on Fri Jul 24 2009

HI, everybody, need help. When the ladoos are done, are they supposed to have a crumbly texture, or are they supposed to be soft as boondi ladoos, or any other ladoo.What im tring to say is... are they supposed to be chrunchy?? thanks

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robin123robin Posted on Mon Aug 10 2009

thanks raheelkhan24, much appreciated. have you tried to make them?? how did they turn out

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