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Basundi using Coconut Sugar

Homemade Basundi/Rich sweetened with Coconut sugar , flavoured with cardamom and nutmeg and garnished with dryfruits. INGREDIENTS: Organic Milk 2 cups Coconut Sugar 1 cup Cardamom powder 1-2 tsp Nutmeg a pinch Sliced almonds for garnishing  INSTRUCTION: 1.Boil organic milk for a good 45 minutes to make it thick and collect the cream . 2. Add coconut sugar, cardomom powder and nutmeg powder  3.Garnish with sliced almonds..Tastes delicious when chilled.

Moong Dal Laddoos /Hesarittina Undi /Protein-rich Laddoos

Moongdal Laddoos: A Delicious and Nutritious Treat

Laddoos are a popular Indian sweet treat made with various ingredients such as flour, semolina, or lentils. One such variety is the Moongdal Laddoo, which is not only delicious but also highly nutritious. In this blog post, we will delve into the details of Moongdal laddoos, their benefits, and provide you with a simple recipe to make them at home.
Moongdal, also known as Mung beans or green gram, is a nutrient-rich pulse that has been a part of Indian cuisine for centuries. It is highly valued for its high protein content, essential amino acids, dietary fiber, and numerous vitamins and minerals. Incorporating Moongdal into laddoos makes for a delectable treat that offers a range of health benefits.

Here are a few advantages of consuming Moongdal laddoos:
1. High Protein Content: Moongdal laddoos are an excellent source of plant-based protein, making them an ideal snack for vegetarians and vegans. Protein is essential for muscle growth, repair, and overall wellbeing.
2. Fiber-rich: Moongdal contains a good amount of dietary fiber, which aids digestion, prevents constipation, and keeps you feeling full for longer durations. Fiber also helps regulate blood sugar levels, making it a great option for those with diabetes.
3. Rich in Antioxidants: Moongdal is packed with antioxidants that help fight against free radicals in the body, protecting it from inflammation and oxidative stress. These antioxidants promote healthy skin, hair, and overall longevity.
4. Nutrient-dense: Apart from protein and fiber, Moongdal is also rich in essential vitamins and minerals such as folate, iron, potassium, and magnesium. These nutrients play a crucial role in maintaining good overall health and boosting immunity.

Also has an added advantage of wheat flour and besan so dont wait try this recipe soon..
Now, let's move on to the recipe to make Moongdal laddoos at home:


- 1/2 kg Moongdal (yellow split gram)
- 1 cup Wheat flour
- 1 cup Besan (chickpea flour)
- 2 cups Jaggery 
- 4 tbsp ghee (clarified butter)
- 10-15 Almonds,
- 8-10 Cashews

1. Dry roast the Moongdal , Almonds and Cashews in a pan until they turn golden brown and emit a nutty aroma. Be cautious not to burn it. Transfer to a plate. Let it cool down.

2. Again dry roast Wheat flour and Besan in the same Kadhai on low flame very patiently until it turns golden and becomes aromatic.Just dont burn it !

3. Grind roasted moong dal , almonds , cashews  it into a fine powder using a mixer or blender.

4. Take a large mixing bowl and add the powdered Moongdal, wheat flour ,Besan ,jaggery . Mix well.

5. Heat the ghee in a small pan until it melts and turns into a liquid state.

6. Slowly pour the melted ghee into the Moongdal mixture and combine thoroughly. The mixture should have a slightly moist texture.

7. Take this mixture in a Blender Jar and blend again to mix them well.s

8. Transfer to the bowl and shape them into round laddoos with your  hands. You can also press a raisin on top for garnishing, if desired.

9. Repeat the process until all the mixture is used.

10. Let the laddoos cool and set for some time before serving.
These Moongdal laddoos are now ready to be relished. Enjoy them as a snack or serve them to your guests during festive occasions. They can be stored in an airtight container for up to two weeks.
In conclusion, Moongdal laddoos are a heavenly combination of taste and health. By incorporating these laddoos into your diet, you not only satisfy your sweet cravings but also provide your body with a nutritious snack. So, go ahead and try this recipe to experience the delightful flavors and the    goodness of Moongdal!

Let me know how you liked this recipe and share your pics if you have made it. You can connect with me on my Instagram @archanasvegfoodchronicles. 
Stay happy Stay Healthy!!


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