Boondhi Ladoo


The boondhi laddu is a very easy sweet as gulab jamun,of course after some trial and errors...

After I got married,I made boondhi laddu almost for every diwali..My husband and hansika will be seen more around the dining table ,picking up one by one from the tray..
I will share the tips that wud help u to make perfect and fresh homemade laddu....
Dont miss to check the video of making boondhis


Ingredients
Besan -1 cup
Rice flour-2 tsps
Cooking Soda-2 pinches
Salt -a pinch
Edible Camphor/Pacha Karpuram,powdered-1 pinch
Cardamon,Crushed-4
Fried Cashewnuts and Raisins -a Few

For Sugar Syrup
Sugar-2 cups
Water-Half cup

Method

Sieve the besan and rice flour,with salt and cooking soda


Make a thin batter of it


Heat the oil and use boondhi ladle or similar one to make boondhi


Make the Sugar Syrup...The Consistency of Sugar Syrup must be thick as u can see thru the bubbles itself..
I usually make little more thicker than one string consistency for laddu....


Add the boondhi to sugar syrup when syrup is still hot,Add the fried nuts and raisin in it


Tips
Hope it will be useful for you,
Tip 1: Always sieve the besan flour before using it
Tip2:Make the batter as thin as dosa batter
To get fine boondhis,
Tip3:If u r not using boondhi ladle,never wipe the batter using a vessel on it
neither tape it to get the ball drop-lets..
Tip4:Clean the ladle from batter for every batch
Tip5:Always hold the ladle 2 inches above the oil..
Tip6:Remove the boondhis ,while it stops sizzling in the oil
Tip7:For sugar syrup make them into thick consistency
Tip8:Add the Cardamom and Pacha Karpuram in Syrup itself
Tip9:Add the boondhis as a single batch to the syrup to get even color
Tip10:Let the boondhis goes semi dry and then make balls with mild pressure ,
(may be with a little hint of ghee)
Tip11:To test the perfect soaked bondi,press them in tip of ur finger,the boondi will be sponger and oozes sugar syrup...
Tip 12:Place the ladoos in a tray with a semi opened cover or place the paper on top..So it dries somemore
Tip13:Never keep them in air tight container as soon as u made it,It will spoil soon and breaks easily

Many newly weds are struggling to make this...The below tips are for those who tried and cudn't make it well...

Tips to Try again
If u dont get fine balls ,Grind the boondhis coarsely and mix with perfect ones..
If u had over cooked the boondhis and turned very hard (if u added more rice flour or less water),
Sprinkle some hot water on hard boondhis and then add to the syrup
If the sugar goes too thick,add some water and boil it again to get perfect consistency...

39 comments:

  1. Fantastic and prefect looking laddoos..seems u had a wonderful diwali feast.

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  2. you made me carve for this n lovely pics...simply Mouthwatering....
    very useful tips n hope u have wonderful diwali with ur family!!

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  3. Looks perfect,I love this a lot,but never tired on my own...:)

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  4. Delicious boondhi laddo Priya. I love them.

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  5. They look fantastic! I know sweets can be so laborious! I made a couple too - getting the syrup consistency right ... lot of work:) awesome sweet !

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  6. perfectly done laddos... and very helpfull tips...

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  7. Looks yummy!!!I am scared to make this boondibecause it does not come round shape some times like a tail is there.

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  8. perfect and delicious laddoo
    1st time here .happy to follow u do visit my site

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  9. Perfectly made ladoos, wish I could have some :)

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  10. You new blog make over is nice. Ladoo are also great. Mouth watering and I want to grab one.

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  11. They luks perfect and yumm. I wish I could have some..

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  12. Expert cook you are Priya...guess you can cook almost anything!.....liked the presentation of the dish..nice click...

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  13. Wow .. perfect ladoos. First time here and nice collection of recipes. Happy to follow you.

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  14. perfect boondhi laddus,looks very tempting...loved your clicks..

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  15. yummy laddus, looks so delicious, lovely clicks..

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  16. perfect boondhi laadus....Thanks for those useful tips..

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  17. Mouthwatering ladoo, thanks for sharing the tips!

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  18. wow...
    looks perfect and delicious priya :)
    bookmarked it...

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  19. This is my husband's favourite sweet and he often demands me to make but I have never made it myself...will try out your recipe.

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  20. I tried a couple of times and failed but your recipe triggers me again, looks so fantastic.

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  21. Perfect and yummy laddos..luv the stepwise too

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  22. You have amazing patience to make these. Hats off to you! I cant imagine making them from scratch!

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  23. Even the local halwai would be threatened looking at that! They look so neat, decadent n professional! Great work!
    USMasala

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  24. Perfect looking Ladoos and recipe is so well written and helpful.

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  25. wonderful post and i love the tips and presentation

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  26. I love boondi ke ladoo, but it is one of the things I assume is always made only in a sweet shop, and never at home. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  27. Priya I just finished making a batch of these ladoos n they were good. Thanks. - Shella www.kitchensecrets.blogspot.com

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Thank you