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15-20 min

It can be a very special occasion like wedding or birth in the family or some festival. It's incomplete without Boondi key Laddu. The most basic of Sweets from Indian subcontinent.
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  • Garam flour(besan) 1cup
  • Water 1/2 cup
  • Oil for frying
  • Almonds sliced 1 tbsp
  • Crushed cardomom 1 tsp
  • Sugar 1 1/2 cup
  • Water 1 cup
  • Spatula with big holes

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Cooking Directions

  1. SYRUP: Take a pan add 1 1/2 cup sugar and 1 cup water cook on slow heat let it boil first and then cook for 8-10 min now turn off the stove

  2. LADOO: Take a bowl add baisan and water slowly make a semi thick smooth batter

  3. Take a frying pan or Wok pour oil in it put it on medium flame

  4. Now take spatula with big holes or u can take nimko gun and pour batter on spatula little drops of batter will go down in oil through spatula (it's called boondi)

  5. Let them fry till it stop sizzling. take them out and put all boondi in sugar syrup and mix well

  6. Add almonds and cardamom powder and mix well

  7. Now leave it there for ten minutes

  8. Make sure that syrup is hot when u add boondi in it

  9. Now lave it till it gets warm and manageable don’t let it cool

  10. Now make laddoo (small balls) and press hard between your palms so that extra syrup comes out

  11. Ready to serve

  12. Enjoy!

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  1. Are you mad, you do not know what is bonde vedio

    on Dec 5 2011 2:47PM Report Abuse HUSNAIN ALI
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    on Apr 20 2011 1:36PM Report Abuse TARANUM A/RAHIM
  3. excellent

    on Jan 17 2010 1:35PM Report Abuse Guest
  4. i think ur missing the baking powder other wise how would it be soft?

    on Jan 5 2010 6:08PM Report Abuse Guest
  5. i like your recipe because my uncle loved boondi kay ladoo

    on Dec 10 2009 1:24PM Report Abuse Guest
  6. has any one tried this?

    on Oct 27 2009 7:34AM Report Abuse Guest
  7. very good look i will try it

    on Oct 18 2009 9:46PM Report Abuse HABIBI RANIA
  8. i hate this recpies

    on Oct 2 2009 4:57AM Report Abuse Guest

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