Paneer malai laddoo is a great option for a unique sweet treat, especially during festive times.
Laddoos are round-shaped balls made with different flours
Paneer malai laddoo is made with cottage cheese and milk
This laddoo is easy to make and can be created in less than 30 minutes
Many home cooks love to create desserts at home. Ice-cream, cakes, custards, kheer, halwa - there's a slew of sweet treats that can be easily made at home. Of all the popular Indian desserts, laddoos are one of the least tried ones at home. Though ladoos are adored by all the sweet lovers; they are believed to be a bit complex and time consuming to make. We want to break this notion by introducing an astounding recipe of laddoos made with paneer and milk. Laddoos are round-shaped balls made with different flours like besan, boondi and sooji (suji), soaked in an overfull of ghee. But, this edgy pairing of paneer and milk forged into creamy white laddoos is a great option for a unique sweet treat, especially during festive times.
Also called cottage cheese, paneer is a feather-light food product, but is packed with loads of essential nutrients. It is a great source of proteins and meets the energy needs of the body. It also contains a high amount of calcium, which maintains good health of bones, muscles and teeth. Other nutrients like magnesium and potassium render this ingredient a wholesome kitchen staple.
Unlike most of the other desserts, paneer malai laddoo can be safely placed in the healthy foods club. This laddoo is made with less ghee as it uses milk to cook. The recipe of this unique laddoo is shared by Manjula Jain, a famous food YouTuber, through her Youtube channel - Manjula's Kitchen.
How To Make Paneer Malai Laddoo: Watch Recipe Here:
Brimming with the goodness of cottage cheese, milk and nuts, the luscious paneer malai ladoo is a great sweet treat and can be made in less than 30 minutes. Do try this easy recipe at home and let us know if you liked it in the comments section below.
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