Motichoor Ladoo

Motichoor Ladoo is a mainstream Indian sweet, made with besan (gram flour).

It’s one of my #1 desserts which I make for unique events and is scrumptiously acceptable!

I have referenced this frequently that as a child I was a non-fussy eater (and I am as yet unchanged!). I used to eat all veggies however the lone thing I was critical of was desserts.

I just loved 3 Indian desserts as a child – ras malai, besan Ladoo, and Motichoor Ladoo. These three were my total top choice and I didn’t really like others.

It’s an alternate story now, however. I suppose being hitched to somebody who has a huge sweet tooth changes a lot of things!

Thus, even though I like a wide range of desserts now, the Motichoor Ladoo remains my supreme top pick!

What is Motichoor Ladoo

Ladoos alludes to anything round and sweet and we make a ton of Ladoos. I as of now have a few plans on my blog and there are so some more.

Fundamentally grains, lentils, dried organic products, nuts, and so forth everything can be changed over into a Ladoo.

Motichoor Ladoo is made with gram flour or besan as we call it.

Minuscule drops of chickpea flour (Boondi) are broiled and afterward blended in with sugar syrup and afterward formed into round balls.

It’s not troublesome but rather like with each Indian sweet, you need some training and tolerance to take care of business.

Instructions to Make Perfect Motichoor Ladoo

Quite possibly the main thing that you would have to make the ideal-looking Motichoor Ladoo at home is a “Motichoor Ladoo Jhara”.

It’s sort of a scoop (normally made with iron or other metal) with fine openings. You need the one with the smallest openings for this formula.

They come in various “opening numbers” like you need number 0 for Motichoor Ladoo. The greater the opening number, the greater are the openings and the greater your Boondi will be.

You can make the formula utilizing a scoop with greater openings too yet then that would not be Motichoor Ladoo, it would be Boondi Ladoo. You need extremely small Boondi for this Ladoo and for that you need this Jhara.

What’s more, where do you discover this Jhara? I got mine from India from a store selling kitchen apparatuses. I just requested the one with the littlest opening.

Second, if conceivable have two individuals make the Ladoo. Allow one individual to pour the player and the other one tap the Jhara with power so the minuscule balls fall quickly into the hot oil.

The individual holding the Jhara needs to begin tapping on the spoon when the other individual pours the hitter.

You can do this by itself yet having two will make it a lot simpler.

Make a slender streaming hitter for these Ladoos. It should fall all alone as you tap on the Jhara.

Don’t over-cook the Boondis. Since these are minuscule Boondi, they should be seared for like 30 to 40 seconds as it were. You don’t need them to change the tone.

Try not to search for any consistency in sugar syrup. Just let the sugar disintegrate and blend to reach boiling point. At that point turn off the heat, add the singed Boondi and cook at least warmth until the sugar syrup diminished a piece.

Hold the Jhara 3 to 4 creeps above oil as you pour the hitter. If you hold it exceptionally high, the subsequent Boondi may be level.

Clean the Jhara (scoop) with wet material, wipe it clean between broiling each cluster. If you don’t do that, the Boondis may bunch together in hot oil.

Fry the boondi in ghee. The ghee in these Ladoos is the thing that gives them their astonishing taste. So fry in ghee, and on the off chance that you would prefer not to do 100% ghee, you can utilize half oil and half ghee.

The conventional Motichoor Ladoo in India are frequently orange shaded and subsequently, I have added some food tone here.

On the off chance that you would prefer not to add the tone, essentially skip.

Seasoning the Ladoo

These Ladoos can be enhanced with saffron, cardamom, rose water, kewra water, and so forth

If you were to ask me, the Principle flavor comes from the besan and ghee. So singing in ghee is a must.

I have added some kewra water and cardamom powder in the sugar syrup. You can add rose water on the off chance that you don’t have kewra water.

Melon seeds are likewise frequently added to this Ladoo, anyway since I didn’t have them I avoided those.

I trust you all check these Motichoor Ladoos out, they are not troublesome trust me. You simply need the correct scoop to make the minuscule Boondis and some tolerance! 🙂


1-To an enormous bowl add besan and food tone (I utilized orange food tone).

2-Then add little ghee and blend.

3-Start adding water.

4-Add around 1/2 cup (120 ml) to initially frame a thick player without irregularities. At that point add 3 tablespoons (45 ml) water and blend well. Allow the player to sit for 15 minutes.

5-Then add staying 3 tablespoons (45 ml) water and blend. So the all-out that I utilized in this player was 120 ml + 45 ml +45 ml = 210 ml.

6-Batter ought to be dainty and streaming consistency without any knots.

7-Heat ghee in a Kadai on medium-high warmth.

Hold the Jhara 3-4 crawls over the oil. I utilize a canister and afterward place the Jhara on top to give it uphold (see picture).

It additionally assists with having the help when you shake the Jhara vivaciously in the wake of pouring the hitter. The handle of the Jhara ought to be put on the canister.

8-Fill a scoop with the hitter, my spoon was large so I have filled it just half here.

9 and 10-Once ghee is hot, begin pouring the player through the Jhara. Request that somebody help you.

11-They ought to pour the player on Jhara and you should drop it here and there rapidly (with the handle of the Jhara put on canister) to drop all hitter in hot ghee in the Kadai. Kindly see the Pictures for reference.

12-Let the minuscule Boondis cook in hot ghee for 30 to 40 seconds just, shading ought not to change.

13-Remove seared Boondi in an enormous sifter. Rehash until all small Boondis are singed and the hitter is finished. Make sure to clean off the Jhara with a wet material between searing each bunch else the Boondis can cluster up. Put in a safe spot.

14-To make the syrup, to a huge Kadai, add sugar and water. Add cardamom powder, kewra water (or rose water).

15-Also add lemon juice and food tone if utilizing.

16-Let the sugar disintegrate and Combination reach boiling point.

17-As soon as the combination reaches boiling point, turn off the warmth and add the singed Boondi to the dish. Mix and afterward switch on the warmth again with heat set to Least setting.

18-Cook on most reduced warmth for around 3 minutes, blending consistently. You would prefer not to dry the Boondi yet the overabundance of sugar syrup ought to turn out to be less. It takes around 2 to 3 minutes.

Try not to overcook it else the Boondi will dry out and will not be delicate from inside.

19-Remove on a plate and let cool totally. You can add melon seeds now. I didn’t have any.

20-Once the blend has chilled off, take a little segment of the Boondi combination and move between your palms to make Motichoor Ladoo. Rehash with the excess Boondi.

You would get around 12 to 15 Ladoos from this.

Appreciate this Motichoor Ladoo is a unique treat!

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