As the name suggests, these delectable Besan Laddus are made from the coarse flour of a very wholesome Chana dal (Gram lentil) called 'besan'. Its astounding flavor derives from the slow and proper roasting of besan. It can easily be stored for a month or so, in an airtight container. Besan Laddu teams up great with a hot cup of milk, or with a small serving of plain yogurt!
For 1 Dozen(s)
Besan (Gram flour) should neither be under-roasted nor over-roasted.
Make sure that the besan is slight/luke warm before you add the sugar to it.
You may also serve it as a mixture with some fresh plain yogurt.
It takes some practice to roll the laddus from the mixture. Place a scoop of mixture on your palm, firmly press it 2 to 3 times with your fist. Later roll it on your palm to give it a smooth and nice round shape.
Note: All the ingredients are available at the Indian grocery stores.