Besan ladoo with Tips and Tricks

 

This time make Besan Ladoo along with its tips and tricks. These Ladoos are tastier than the Ladoos available in the market.

Ingredients of Besan Ladoo

  • Chickpea flour - 2 cups (250 gms)
  • Sugar - 1 cup (250 gms)
  • Ghee - 1 cup (250 gms)
  • Muskmelon Seeds - ¼ cup
  • Green cardamom powder - 1 Tsp
  • Nutmeg - 1

How to make Besan Ladoo 

For Tagar

Take 1 cup of sugar in a pan, add ⅓ cup of water in it and cook until sugar dissolves in it. Stir it in the intervals while cooking it and cook until it reaches to its thick consistency.

Add 1 tbsp of ghee while continuously stirring it to avoid clods and keep it aside to cool down.

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For the mixture

Add 175 gms of ghee in the wok and melt it. Add 250 gms of chickpea flour in melted ghee on the low-medium flame and roast while continuously stirring it.

Add more 1 tsp of ghee if the mixture appears dry. Sprinkle some water to make the mixture granular and roast it until water disappears.

Switch off the flame but, don’t stop stirring for 1-2 minutes. Pour the mixture in another bowl to slightly cool it quickly.

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Dry roast ¼ cup of Muskmelon seeds until they expand and their colour changes.  Pour them in a separate bowl to avoid them from over roasting and stir the mixture in intervals.

Add 250 gms of Tagar, roasted Muskmelon seeds, 1 tsp of coarsely grounded green cardamoms, 1 smaller sized grated Nutmeg and mix in the mixture.

For Ladoo

Take some mixture in your hands and bind it while rolling in your palms. Bind them and give them the shape of a ball. Prepare all the Ladoos in the same way.

16 Ladoos would be made out of the prepared mixture and you can store them in an airtight container for 10-11 months.

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Suggestions

When the Besan Ladoos are not granular

The thicker sized chickpea flour is required to make these Ladoo granular.

There are two types of Tagar

1- Boora

Boora is consist of the fine particles

2- Crispy Tagar

Crispy Tagar is consist of the thicker sized particles

If you want to make granular Ladoo then, you will take 1/2 quantity of Tagar and 1/2 quantity of crispy Boora and If you are using homemade Tagar then, there is no requirement of differentiating it into the types. The tagar which is homemade is sufficiently thicker sized.

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Lumps are formed in the mixture

Roast while continuously stirring the mixture to avoid the formation of lumps. Even if lumps appear then, all you have to do is that press and stir the chickpea flour while roasting to break them.

Chickpea flout sticks to the throat while eating

It happens when chickpea flour is raw. Roast chickpea flour on the low medium flame until there is soothing aroma and the chickpea flour appears dark.

No matter how long we roast, the chickpea flour stays raw

Roast chickpea flour on the low flame to avoid such issue. If you would roast it on the high flame then, it would be partially roasted which becomes the reason for its raw taste.

The Ladoos appears extremely dark in colour.

When we switch off the flame and stop stirring the roasted chickpea flour then, it sticks to the bottom and burns because the wok is still heated from the bottom. The burned chickpea flour will provide dark colour to the Ladoos.

Pour it in a separate vessel to cool down after stirring it for 1-2 minutes.

Why does the roasted chickpea flour lose its thicker consistency?

If you will add Tagar in the warm mixture then, it starts melting which loosen ups the mixture and creates problem while binding the Ladoos. Slightly cool down the chickpea flour and do not decrease its temperature too much.

It splits when we mix Tagar in the extremely cooled mixture and If we mix Tagar in the warm mixture then, it melts. Do not mix Tagar in the warm mixture.

बेसन के लड्डू बनाते समय इन 8 बातों का ध्यान रखें । Besan ladoo with Tips and Tricks

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  1. 16 March, 2019 10:46:30 AM CJJ

    HELLO NISHA MAM LOVE YOUR RECEIPES THX FOR SHARING. CAN I USE ICING SUGAR IN THIS LADOO RECEIPE IF YES HOW MUCH THANK YOU

  2. 26 November, 2018 11:35:08 PM smita gupta

    hello mam, you are a good teacher as well as good person. i am viewing your all recipes since long time. and its all very easy to make and very delicious in taste. before visting your besan ke ladoo recipe, i always made it mine recipe. after some changes which is ofcourse cos of you, it turns appreciable, all thanks goes to you mam. you make me a better cook and also i am enjoy cooking now. thanks again please keep going my best wishes is always with you.