Bajre ke Aate ke Ladoo recipe – Millet Flour Laddu Recipe

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    Bajra Atta Ladoo – Millet Flour Laddu Recipe

    Bajra ladoos are very easy and quick to make and are perfect sweet for any special occasion or party. Millet or Bajra, as known in Hindi, is a good source of iron, calcium and fiber. Consuming millets during winters proves really beneficial. Millet roti or paranthas are too healthy to be consumed. You can also make ladoos with these nutritious millets.

    Ladoos prepared with it are too scrumptious and are considered good for health. So, try making these ladoos prepared with jaggery, millet flour and edible gum (gond) today and surely you and everyone at your home will crave for more. Here’s an easy and instant recipe with step-by-step instructions and pictures for Bajra atta ladoo. Enjoy!

    Directions

    Getting ready:

    1. Sieve millet flour in a bowl.

    bajra atta ladoo

    2. Now coarsely crush the jaggery into small chunks.

    bajra atta ladoo

    3. Chop almonds and cashews in small chunks.

    bajra atta ladooMaking:

    4. Heat some ghee in a wok.

    bajra atta ladoo
    5. When ghee is sufficiently hot, add Gond into it (fry Gond on low flame so that its aptly cooked from inside).

    bajra atta ladoo

    6. After Gond is aptly fried and puffy, drain it out on a plate.

    bajra atta ladoo

    7. Then add millet flour in same wok with ghee and stir constantly to roast. Cook until there is slight change in color.

    bajra atta ladoo

    8. When oil starts separating from the flour and it releases good aroma that means flour is aptly cooked. It takes 15 minutes for roasting flour.

    bajra atta ladoo

    9. Transfer the roasted millet flour in another bowl.

    bajra atta ladoo

    10. Place jaggery in wok and cook on low flame. Once jaggery is melted completely, turn off the flame.

    bajra atta ladoo

    11. Add chopped cashews and almonds in roasted flour.

    bajra atta ladoo

    12. Also add grated coconut, gond, cardamom powder and melted jaggery into it and mix all ingredients really well. Mixture for making ladoo is ready.

    bajra atta ladoo

    13. Make a small lump from the mixture in your hands and bind to make a medium size ladoo.

    bajra atta ladoo

    14. Place the ladoo over a plate and continue doing the same until the entire mixture is utilized. With this much mixture 10-12 ladoos can be prepared.

    bajra atta ladooServing:

    15. Serve this mouth-watering and delicious bajra atta ladoo as a dessert after meal or have it anytime in a day. Once ladoos cool down completely, place them in an airtight container and enjoy eating for upto 2-3 months.

    Suggestions:

    • You can use tagar, khand, boora and powdered sugar instead of jaggery for making bajra ladoos.
    • You can even add chironji or any other dry fruit as per your taste or desire.
    Bajre ke Aate ke Ladoo recipe Bajra Atta Ladoo
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    Recipe type: Sweet Recipe
    Cuisine: Indian
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    Serves: 4
     
    Ingredients
    • Millet flour - 1.5 cup (200 grams)
    • Jaggery - 1 cup (250 grams)
    • Ghee - ½ cup (150 grams)
    • Cashews - 10-12
    • Almonds - 10-12
    • Edible gum (Gond) - 2 tbsp
    • Coconut - 2-3 tbsp (grated)
    • Cardamom powder - ½ tsp
    Instructions
    1. Sieve millet flour in a bowl.
    2. Now coarsely crush the jaggery into small chunks.
    3. Chop almonds and cashews in small chunks
    4. Heat some ghee in a wok.
    5. When ghee is sufficiently hot, add Gond into it (fry Gond on low flame so that its aptly cooked from inside).
    6. After Gond is aptly fried and puffy, drain it out on a plate.
    7. Then add millet flour in same wok with ghee and stir constantly to roast. Cook until there is slight change in color.
    8. When oil starts separating from the flour and it releases good aroma that means flour is aptly cooked. It takes 15 minutes for roasting flour.
    9. Transfer the roasted millet flour in another bowl.
    10. Place jaggery in wok and cook on low flame. Once jaggery is melted completely, turn off the flame.
    11. Add chopped cashews and almonds in roasted flour.
    12. Also add grated coconut, gond, cardamom powder and melted jaggery into it and mix all ingredients really well. Mixture for making ladoo is ready.
    13. Make a small lump from the mixture in your hands and bind to make a medium size ladoo.
    14. Place the ladoo over a plate and continue doing the same until the entire mixture is utilized. With this much mixture 10-12 ladoos can be prepared.
    15. Serve this mouth-watering and delicious bajra atta ladoo as a dessert after meal or have it anytime in a day. Once ladoos cool down completely, place them in an airtight container and enjoy eating for upto 2-3 months.

     

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    • rita panchal dua

      Wow nice recipe

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