Gond ke Laddu Recipe/Rajasthani Gond ke Laddu with step by step process, precise video and important tips – Gond ke Laddu Recipe/Rajasthani Gond ke Laddu is a popular and healthy sweet dish of winters. Gond is also known as edible gum in English and it has lot of health benefits. Gond ke ladoo are delicious in taste and are specially made during winters. Gond ke Laddu provides heat and energy to the body and so it’s idle to have them in breakfast with milk. The gond ke laddu recipe which I am sharing with you is a very simple and easy.
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(Makes around 60 laddos of lemon size)
- Gond (Edible gum) – 100 – 150 gms
- Wheat Flour – 1 kg
- Bura sugar – 700 -750 gms
- Almond (Badam) – 50 -60 gms
- Cashew (Kaju) – 50 gms
- Pista – 50 gms
- Makhana – 1 small cup
- Grated Coconut – 40 gms
- Kali mirch – 1 – 1.5 tsp
- Ghee – 700 – 800 gms
- Coarsely grind pepper, almond, cashew and pista one by one in a grinder. Keep aside.
- Add 2-3 tbsp ghee in a heavy bottom pan and roast makhane at medium heat until light brown spots appears on it and it gets crunchy. Keep stirring continuously. Take out the roasted makhane and let it come to room temperature. Coarsely grind it and keep aside.
- Heat ½ cup ghee in a pan and add gond in it. If the gond pieces are too large then break them into small pieces. Fry gond at medium flame until it puffs. Keep stirring continuously. When the gond gets golden in colour and is fully puffed, take them out in a plate and let them come to room temperature. Lightly crush the gond by pressing it with a rolling pin or with the back of a bowl. Keep it aside.
- Pour remaining ghee in the same pan and when it gets medium hot, add wheat flour in it. Mix it and roast it at low to medium low heat. Keep stirring continuously for even colouring. Roast until the flour is of chikku colour. Turn off the heat.
- In a big mixing bowl or in a plate, add bura sugar and rub it between your palms to remove its lumps. Now add crushed dry fruit and pepper, makhane, and gond in it. Mix everything well. Keep aside.
- Now take a large pan or kadhai and transfer the above mixture and the roasted hot flour in it. Mix everything until well incorporated. No lumps of sugar or flour should remain. You can do the mixing with your hands also.
- Let the mixture cool for some time, such that you can handle it easily in your hands.
- Take a small portion of the above mixture in your palms and roll them into round laddos by pressing gently.
- Gond ke laddu is ready. Let them cool completely then store them in an air tight container.