A very famous Indian dessert, Motichoor ke ladoo are usually made during festive times like Diwali or at Indian weddings and pujas. Boondi is made of small, round shaped droplets, Commonly offered as prasad, Motichoor Ladoo is a favourite festive treat across India. Admit it, once you start having it, you cannot just hold back at one. Motichoor Ladoo or Motichur Ladoo is a round-shaped sweetmeat made from fine, tiny balls of besan. The chickpea flour globules is fried in ghee or oil, and soaked in sugar syrup. The sweet, pearl-like balls are then moulded into ladoos. Motichur Ladoo is originally said to hail from the Northern region of the country, but happens to be a favourite across the country and the world.
The word ‘motichoor’ literally translates to crushed pearls and honestly we think their couldn’t have been a better name for the delicacy. Originally associated with states like Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, these ladoos were also easy to store in the torrid temperatures, and wouldn’t go bad for days. Motichoor Ladoo has also found its mention in ancient and medieval texts of South and Eastern regions.These ladoos are a mix of small boondis and are relished equally by kids and adults. This easy and fuss free recipe of sinfully delicious ladoos can be made at home for your next festival or puja.
Motichoor Ladoo or Motichur Ladoo is a round-shaped sweetmeat made from fine, tiny balls of besan. The chickpea flour globules is fried in ghee or oil, and soaked in sugar syrup. The sweet, pearl-like balls are then moulded into ladoos.
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.
– High in calories: From larger sized motichoor laddus to small besan laddus, every laddu is made in high amounts of saturated fat with excessive sugar. It makes these laddus really high in calories. A single piece of boondi laddu of about 50 gram contains 185 Calories and 14 gram fat.