Dinkache Ladoo (Edible Gum Ladoo)

Ingredients:
Dink / Edible Gum: 1/4 Kg
Finely Grated Dry Coconut: 1/2 Kg
Kharik / Dried Dates broken into small pieces: 1/2 Kg
Khus Khus / Poppy Seeds: 1 Cup
Chopped Almonds & Cashews: 1 Cup
Sugar or Jaggery: 1 Kg
Ghee/Clarified Butter : 1/2 Cup
Zaipha/Nutmeg Powder: 1/2 tsp
Elaichi/Cardamom Powder: 1/2 tsp

Procedure:
1. Fry the gum in small amount of ghee, it will fluff up fast into white balls. Pound this gum into a coarse powder and keep aside.
2. Dry roast coconut till it turns light brown and keep aside.
3. Pound small pieces of khariks and make them very fine. Roast this kharik in small amount of ghee for 4-5 minutes.
4. Dry roast khus khus, almonds and cashews seperately. Keep aside.
5. All dry ingredients in a bowl except sugar or jaggery.
6. In another pot add sugar or jaggery and 2 cups of water. Boil the mixture until you achieve a one thread consistency.
7. Then mix all ingredietns into this syrup and mix well.
8. When this mixture is little bit hot, rub your hands with a little ghee. Carefully take a handful of the mixture and make ladoos.
9. These ladus can remain good for lot of days.

Note :
- The gum cooks very quickly so when frying add very little at a time. Make sure that the gum does not burn or become dark brown.
- These ladus are very good for pregnant women and new moms.
- In cold weather you can eat these ladoos to get more energy.

13 comments:

Uma said...

the ladoos look so yummy, Trupti. tempting me to make one.

Dhivya said...

hi trupti..nice ladoos...looks yummy and delicious..i am drooling here:))))

Sagari said...

lovely ladoos ,I heard about these laddo form my cousin but have'nt tasted them

Alpa said...

hi trupti - this sounds like "uradiyo" that we make in gujarat. we make it especially in the winter months or if someone is expecting.

Pravs said...

yummy looking ladoos. Tempted to try one :)

Red Chillies said...

Looks lovely!I have heard about this laddu. Any idea if the edible gum is available in US?

LG said...

I love gum laddos. Sluurrp! I have all ingrediants except khus khus which we do not get in Singapore. Hope to make some. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe. It is good for yound children. One laddu with milk in the morning!!

BarefootBindiya said...

Delicious!

Trupti said...

@ Uma,
you can make them..it's very easy ..or you can come here and eat some :)

@dhivya,
Thanks. Come to my place & have some :)

@sagari,
you can come here and taste them..they are very delicious.

@alpa,
yes, in maharashtra also we make if some one is expecting or for new mom but I made it jst bcoz of winter nothing else :)

@pravs,
you should try these quickly.

@red chillies,
I don't know where you live but I got gum from NJ. You can find probably in any Patel store.

@lg
ur welcome. Yes these are good for kids also.

@barefootbindiya,
Thanks

Meera said...

Dink ladoos look delicious. I ate them after my daughter was born. A must for a new mother. I like dinkache ladoo more than alivache ladoo or methi che ladoo - all recommended for new mothers! Gujaratis make similar but instead of ladoos they make vadya and are called "Gunder paak".

Kaushal said...

Hello Trupti,

My wife is a big fan of your Dinkache ladoo. will it be possible for you to make some for her ?

We will for all the cost/expenses ofcourse.

If it is possible, please get back to me at zagade@gmail.com

JVS_Web Developer said...

I like it & i am going to taste this ladoo. I have one question is it good for the people who workout in gym. Does it provide good nutrition and proteins.

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