Union Minister Smriti Irani has 1.2 million followers on Instagram, and she keeps them updated with stories and posts featuring slices of her daily life and the time she spends with the family. But what we enjoy the most are her food activities. She often shares stories featuring her cooking endeavours and sinful indulgences. Keeping up with the tradition, she recently shared an Insta-story featuring her latest indulgence that she cooked herself. In the picture we could see her in kitchen, making some choorma ladoos.
"Making my stock of choorma ladoos," she captioned the picture, featuring her making a ladoo. We could see some other prepared ladoos kept on a thali. Take a look.
Looks all greasy, ghee-laden and delicious, right? For the unversed, choorma ladoo is a classic Indian mithai that finds its origin in Rajasthani and Gujarati food culture. It is decadent, wholesome and super easy to make. It primarily needs atta, jaggery, ghee and sesame seeds for the preparation. But you can always customise a few ingredients as per your palate.
If the picture of choorma ladoo on Smriti Irani's Insta-story has left you drooling, then we suggest, waste no time and prepare yourself a handful of this classic mithai and devour. To help you with that, we bring a super easy recipe to try at home. Find it below.
Gujarati Choorma Ladoo Recipe I How To Make Choorma Ladoo At Home:
Start with mixing ghee and dry roasted atta in a bowl. Gradually add lukewarm water to the mix and knead well. Prepare a dough and cut small portions out of it.
Now, heat ghee in a pan and fry the sticks until crispy. Once done, cool the sticks down and grind them in a blender. To it add grated jaiphal.
Heat the ghee and melt the jaggery and add to the choorma. Mix everything well. Finally, shape them into ladoos and coat with poppy seeds. And you have a bowlful of delicious choorma ladoos ready without any fuss.
Click here for the step-by-step recipe of choorma ladoo.
Try this classic mithai at home and let us know how you liked it.
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