Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Boondi Ki Kheer


BM # 69
Week 1, Day 2
Theme : Kid's Delight, Anniversary Party

Here in India lot of sweets are distributed for every small or big occasion. Ladoos are the most common sweets and with the latest trend we get a box which has either one or two big jumbo sized moti choor ladoos. The moti choor ladoos are made from gram flour, where a batter is made and then tiny dumplings are fried. These are then immersed in a sugar syrup, nuts are added and finally a Ladoo is made.These are full of dry fruits and are a treat byit self. Even though we all like these ladoos, I have observed that only half the Ladoo is consumed on the first day and after that no one eats.

Truly it is a shame to waste these so I finish it off by giving to the staff boys, and if there are two of these then I freeze one. This time I had a dinner and decided to use the ladoo for making a Kheer and it turned out absolutely amazing. I did not add any cardamon and nuts as the ladoo is overloaded with these.



Boondi ki Kheer
Ingredients
2  small moti choor ladoos
500 ml full fat milk.
1 tsp corn flour
2 tbsp cold milk
Sugar to taste
Chopped rose petals

Method
Boil milk till 1/4 of it is reduced.
Add sugar.
Dissolve cornflour in cold milk.
Add the cornflour mixture gradually.
The milk will become thick.
Remove from heat.
Let the milk come to room temperature.
Crumble the ladoos , and add to the milk.
Remember to save some for garnish.
Mix the kheer and garnish with more boondi , nuts and rose petals.

I used 1/4 of the big jumbo moti choor ladoos that are distributed for Marwari weddings. The ladoo had loads of dry fruit, cardamon ,saffron and specks of red and orange boondi.



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6 comments:

  1. Sounds rich and delicious! Very innovative too.

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  2. This looks so delicious. Kheer with boondhi is quite innovative...

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  3. Omg, this kheer is damn delicious, cant take my eyes from those bowls, alluring kheer.

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  4. My bhabhi who lives in Mumbai always complains that there is abundance of sweets at home during the Navratri-Diwali season. I am sure to pass on these ideas to her!

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  5. That is such a great idea to use up leftover laddoos. Kheer looks terrific.

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  6. My grandma used to make this kheer for us. Looks so delicious.

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