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Motichur Laddoo

Motichur Laddoos are one of the most popular Indian desserts served at just about any special occasion.


The uniqueness of this dessert is in the tiny delicate motichur 
(crumbled pearls) made from Bengal gram flour and semolina.


You can try making Motichur Laddoos at home. 
Here's the recipe by Tarla Dalal

26 comments:

  1. Shiju, it's unfair to trigger someone's sugary appetite in the morning :(

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  2. That looks realy tasy :) Going to check out the recepie!

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  3. They look delicious and tasty!

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  4. So unique for me! Looks tasty!

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  5. Thank for showing in OYGIF .... GREATFUL

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  6. Looks delicious -- can't wait to look for it the next time we dine out Indian, which will be soon.

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  7. It looks soooo yummy... I know about this delicatesy only from the culinary documetaries!!

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  8. I've had them through my Bhutanese who were in the Nepal refugee area. The ones they have given me were WAY too sweet. Maybe they are different in different Asian grocery stores, but they sure grabbed me the wrong way. They are such wonderful people, and I can't ever complain. Good photo though.

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  9. They look like little oranges.

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  10. They look quite beautiful, Shiju. I haven't had them but, in almost every novel I read about India, a laddu is consumed at some time or other.

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  11. They are beautiful.

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  12. Another tempting, yummy photo!

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  13. Yum nice shots, feeling hungry now.

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  14. They look so delicate and that recipe! Just reading the ingredients if making my mouth water, YUM!

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  15. They sell these desserts in our little Indian village. Must try one.

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  16. Making me hungry...nice presentation♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/eights/

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  17. What a lovely dessert to see and I bet it tastes just as good!

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  18. Luscious! To look at and I am sure, to eat! Thanks for sharing with Mandarin Orange Monday:)

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  19. Wow, I have never heard of this; but it looks simply delicious! Thanks for sharing it with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  20. How delicious these must be!
    We would be honored if you would hop over and share with us at Inspire Us Tuesday.
    http://twolittlecavaliers.com/2014/08/touch-inspiration-week.html

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