Laddu is a traditional Indian sweet made of flour, sugar with other ingredients that vary from recipe to recipe.
This recipe is courtesy of Venusitas and was first published in Flavours magazine.
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- 830g dhal flour
- 500ml water
- 830g sugar
- 830ml oil
- Mix the flour with 400ml water, then sieve the mixture through a boondi sieve (perforated metal ladle used to make savoury Indian treats) to remove lumps.
- In a pot, boil the sugar with the remaining water till the sugar dissolves to form a thick syrup, then add to flour mixture and mix well.
- In a separate pan, heat up the oil, then pour into mixture and combine well. Using your hands, shape the mixture into lime-sized balls.