Sunday, 14 April 2013

Khoya Sooji Ladoo

For Baisakhi I wanted to prepare some sweets to celebrate this festival. As, I have stopped buying sweets from market for any festival and I wanted to stick to my own policy and rule. By doing this not only I am learning new recipes, but the most important thing is that I am making sure that my family is eating healthy and there is no food adulteration. I want to stop outside food as much as I can.

For this  Baisakhi I prepared Khoya Sooji Ladoo's as they are very easy to prepare in fact you can prepare them in 10 -15 minutes. I found this easy recipe from Preety's Kitchen




So  let's get started and learn how to prepare khoya sooji ladoo at home.

Ingredients:
  • 1 cup Sooji/semolina
  • 1 cup khoya
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 1/2 cup desi ghee
  • 1 tsp eliachi powder
  • 3 tsp chopped cashew nuts, almonds.

Step by step guide to prepare Khoya Sooji Ladoo:
  •  Heat ghee in a pan.
  • Add sooji and fry it until it turns light brown in colour. Remove it in a bowl.
  • Take same pan and fry khoya until it becomes loose and soft.
  • Mix Sooji and khoya in one bowl.Let it cool for some time but do not bring it to room temperature.
  • Add sugar, elaichi, chopped nuts and mix it well.
  • Take fist full mixture in your hand and make round balls from it. You may need to apply some pressure using your hands while making balls.
  • Garnish with pistachio or chopped almonds.
  • You can store then for 7 days in refrigerator.

                                                               Happy Basant Panchami
Note:
  • Do not over fry sooji and khoya.
  • Do not bring mixture to room temperature as it will be difficult to give it make round shape.
  • Do not add sugar when mixture is very hot.


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Happy Cooking and be safe!


Other ladoo recipes:

Besan Ladoo

1 comment:

Gauri said...

Since besan ke ladoo rules in my house i rarely get a change to try these!
Adding khoya must make them softer and more delicious!

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