Dates Ladoo Recipe | Sugar-free Dates and Nuts Ladoo | Healthy Dry Fruits Ladoo | Energy Balls

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Dates Ladoo Ingredients
Introduction - 0:00

How To Fry Gond - 0:42
1 tbsp Ghee
1/8 cup Gond/Plant Gum

How To Fry Cashews - 1:23
1 tbsp Ghee
1/2 cup Cashewnuts

How To Fry Golden Raisins - 1:53
1/4 cup Golden Raisins

How To Fry Walnuts  - 2:26
1 tbsp Ghee
1 cup Walnuts

How To Fry Almonds - 3:28
1/2 cup Almonds

How To Fry Pistachios - 4:06
1 tbsp Ghee
1/2 cup Pistachio

How To Fry Dates - 4:53
1 cup Dates (seedless)

How To Grind The Walnut - 5:53
How To Grind  Almonds, Cashewnuts & Pistachio- 7:02
How To Grind Dates - 7:31
Adding spices to the Ladoo Mixture - 9:02
1 tsp Cardamom Powder

How To Shape the Dates Ladoo - 9:13
3 tbsp Poppy Seeds

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About Ladoo
Laddu or laddoo (Hindi: लड्डू) is a spherical sweet originating from the Indian subcontinent. Laddus are primarily made from flour, fat (ghee/butter/oil) and sugar. Laddus are often made of gram flour but can also be made with semolina. Sometimes ingredients such as chopped nuts and/or dried raisins are also added. The type of ingredients used may vary by recipe.Laddus are often served during festive or religious occasions. Common flours used for laddu include gram flour (chickpea flour), wheat semolina, dry fruits and ground coconut. These are combined with sugar and other flavorings, cooked in ghee, and molded into a ball shape. Some laddu recipes are prepared using Ayurvedic medicinal ingredients, including methi laddu, multigrain, and resin laddu. Nuts such as pistachios and almonds are commonly stuffed into laddus.
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