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Make Ladoo At Home With Ingredients From Meesho

There is something about Indian sweets that make them irresistible. However, if there was a contest between different Indian sweets, the delightful Ladoo would win hands down. Not only are they melt-in-your-mouth delicious, but they are also extremely versatile and can be made in so many unique ways. Be it festivals or functions, these 5 different types of mouthwatering Ladoos will surely win the hearts of your friends and family.

Delicious Ladoo Recipes to Try This Festive Season

Boondi Ladoo

The words ‘Motichoor Ke Ladoo’ are commonly thrown around during the festival of Diwali in every Indian household. Boondi Ladoos have existed for decades in India. The simplest way to make Boondi Ladoos is to buy readymade Boondi or the pre-mix packets that are easily available in the market. Once you have prepared the Boondis, all you need to do is soak them in hot sugar syrup for a few minutes. Once the sugar syrup has been completely absorbed by the Boondi, add some Ghee and dry fruits of your choice and start making round Ladoos out of the mixture. These Ladoos can be refrigerated for a week or more.

Besan Ladoo

Besan Ladoos are the easiest to make. Simply roast some Besan or gram flour in a pan using Ghee. Add powdered sugar and cardamom along with the dry fruits you want to add. Fry till the mixture is a light brown colour and turn off the heat. Use your hands to shape them into small balls. You can add more ghee to the mixture if it feels too try. Sprinkle each Ladoo with grated almonds or coconut shavings and serve. These Ladoos have an even longer shelf life and will not go bad for weeks.

Til Ladoo

A traditional sweet made at the festival of Makar Sankranti in North India, Til Ladoos are not only delicious but also very easy to prepare. They are usually made with melted Jaggery instead of white sugar. The recipe is very simple. You need to roast the Til(Sesame) seeds in a pan till they pop and change colour. Remove from heat and keep aside. Next, roast some peanuts and crush them to a fine powder. Add this powder along with grated coconut to the Til. Now melt jaggery powder in water until it reaches a thick consistency. Add this to the Til mixture and make round Ladoos using your hands. Serve once the Ladoos have cooled down.

Coconut Ladoo

Coconut Ladoos originated in South India and are now immensely popular throughout the country. These are traditionally made during Diwali and Holi festivals. Making these simple Ladoos will take you less than half an hour. All you need is a bowl of grated coconut, a can of condensed milk, sugar and some dry fruits of your choice. Add all the ingredients to a pot and simmer for a few minutes while stirring constantly. Once the mixture becomes thick and reaches the desired consistency turn off the heat and let it cool. Make Ladoos from the cooled down mixture and keep them in the refrigerator for some time. Make sure you use them up in about a week as they do not have a very long shelf life.

Rava Ladoo Recipe

When it comes to texture, Rawa or Sooji Ladoos are the best. They are slightly crunchy and taste amazing. As with coconut or Besan Ladoos, these are also very easy to make. Fry up some Sooji in ghee until the colour turns slightly darker but not brown. Add assorted dry fruits and grated coconut or coconut powder. Grind the mixture together with sugar in a mixer. Add more ghee if needed and make the mixture into the shape of Ladoos. You can add more ingredients like Cardamom, Saffron, etc as per your preference.

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