Besan Ke Ladoo, reminds me of Maaji( as I called my grand mother ), and each bitereminds of her sweet voice, her love, and how each time she would visit us she would unconditionally bring A big kanaster( canister) full of Besan Ke Ladoo.
I have been making them since ever I could cook, myself, and
carefully learnt it from my Maa, as Lost Maaji, much early in life, and now,
the besan Ka ladoo connect keeps her in my memories, sweet as they are.
And Now As I make them every
year in winters, I can feel the aroma filling my house, and that smile
on my son’s face. I know he finds a rare mention on my posts, as very few
things excite him. And Besan Ka laddoo
is one such thing after The Til Ke Laddoo, which his Daadu (grandfather) makes,
and soon shall post the details on it.
Making Besan keladoo is not a big tricky job, unless, u fiddle th recipe too much in the first go. i suggest one must follow any given recipe to the point, and fiddle it to suit taste… after you are confident about the whole thing. The traditional Recipes consume a lot of ghee, and that’s the charm ofit. I have titrated the quantities of Ghee and sugar to a level, beyond which the besan Ka ladoo, may not taste like besan ka ladoo.
Traditionally Besan ladoo can be made with a lot of variations, like adding black pepper, or various other dry fruits, but I like it simple, with just loads of almonds and cardamom powder.
Besan ke Laddoo
These Are Sweets made of Roasted gram Flour, Clarified Butter( Ghee), sugar and Dry fruits, Traditionally made In North Indian households, Now Adopted by most of Indians, as a widely eaten homemade Sweet.
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