Enjoying jaggery fenugreek laddus in the winter is another thing. Jaggery fenugreek laddoos are not surprising in taste and add adequate protection and reduce cold. We know, how to make Jaggery Fenugreek Ladoo
Designs for making Jaggery Fenugreek Ladoo
100 grams of fenugreek seeds
1/2 liter milk
300 g wheat flour
250 g sugar
100 grams of gum
30-35 ma almond
300 grams of sugar or sugar
8-10 black pepper, 2 tsp cumin powder, 2 tsp dry ginger powder, 10 small cardamom, cinnamon 4 pieces, 2 nutmeg
How to make Jaggery Fenugreek Ladoo
First clean the fenugreek seeds. Now apply fenugreek slightly coarsely with the mixer.
Put the milk in a boiling pan.
Now soak the fenugreek in milk for 8–10 hours.
Chop almonds and grind black pepper, cinnamon, cardamom and nutmeg.
Now place half a cup of ghee in the pan, fry the wet fenugreek. You should burn them on medium heat until they are brown.
Now pour the gum into the remaining ghee and remove from the bowl.
In the same pan, add the remaining ghee and fry the flour until golden brown.
After that, put 1 teaspoon of ghee in the pan, melt the jaggery and make water.
In the jaggery juice, add cumin powder, dried ginger powder, chopped almonds, black pepper, cinnamon, nutmeg and cardamom and mix well.
Now add fried fenugreek, fried flour, fried gum and mix well.
Make laddus of your choice from this mix. Leave the laddu open on top for a while.
When you fill the laddus in an air-tight container, you eat with milk every morning and evening.
If you want, you can also use sugar or a drill instead of jaggery in the laddus.
You can add dried or less dried fruit to the laddus depending on your preference.
If you eat fenugreek laddus, you will find relief from joint pain, back pain and chills.