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Boondi Ladoo Recipe Without Milk Recipe BOONDI LADOO
RECIPE WITHOUT MILK RECIPE
3 cups Bengal Gram Flour (besan)
1+3/4 cups Water
a big pinch Baking powder
Yellow food colour
Red food colour
Green food colour
to deep fry boondis Oil
Chopped Dry Fruits (kate mewe)
FOR SUGAR SYRUP
3 cups Sugar
1+1/2 cup Water
a pinch Saffron thread
1/2 tsp Cardamom Powder (elaichi powder)
1 tsp Rose Water (gulab jal)
BOONDI LADOO RECIPE NO MILK RECIPE
BOONDI LADOO RECIPE | BOONDI LADOO | LADOO RECIPE | WITHOUT MILK SWEET RECIPE | DIWALI
Today in my post I am going to share with you my Boondi Ladoo Recipe. Diwali celebration without Boondi
Ladoo is impossible. We worship lord Ganesha with Boondi Ladoo, so I decided to share with you my Boondi
ladoo recipe on this Diwali. Before Boondi Ladoo Recipe I have also shared with you Motichoor Ladoo
Recipe and Pista Ladoo Recipe. On this Diwali I am posting many Diwali recipes which you can easily prepare
at your home and enjoy with your family. This Diwali I also wanted to post some recipes which can be prepared
without milk or any other milk items because we all know that on any festival how tough it is to find out pure milk,
mawa(dry milk) and any other milk item? So keeping in mind such problems I decided to post without milk sweet
recipe. My Boondi Ladoo Recipe is also without milk sweet recipe. So without compromising with health and
taste enjoy the festival with my Diwali Recipes. My other Diwali recipes are – Coconut Kheer Recipe, Mix Veg
Pakora Recipe, Methi Mathri Recipe, Besan Ladoo Recipe, Methi Matar Malai Recipe, Shahi Paneer
Make Sugar Syrup
At first make sugar syrup using sugar and water. At last add cardamom powder to it. You can add
saffron thread and rose water to it also.
Make Boondi Ladoo Batter
In a bowl mix gram flour, baking soda, and water leave it for 5 minutes. Add yellow color to the
batter, if you do not want to make red or green boondi. If you also want to make red and green
boondi, then in two different bowls pour 2 tbsp batter and add colors.
Check The Consistency Of Batter
Now in a kadhai, heat ghee to deep fry bundis. To check the consistency of batter with the help of a
knife pour one-two drops of batter in hot ghee if it forms ball like shape then it is perfect but if it is
making tail shape bundis then your batter is too thick so add 1-2 tsp water in it and if your bundis
flatten then it means your batter is thin then add 1 tsp gram flour in it and mix it properly. Now again
check your batter consistency if it is perfect then go ahead to make Boondi Ladoo.
Take one big hole puniya (ladle with hole). Pour some amount of batter in it and deep fry bundis.
With the help of another puniya take fried bundis out and transfer it to warm sugar syrup. Each time
you pour bundis in oil clean your puniya properly from both sides. In this way deep fry all bundis and
transfer it to sugar syrup. Now mix chopped dry fruits, cardamom powder and rose water in it and
make Boondi ladoo from it. Your Boondi Ladoo is ready to serve enjoy it on this Diwali with your
family and friends.
To enhance the taste of Boondi Ladoo you can use milk.
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