Aate Ka Ladoo Recipe

Wheat Flour Ladoos | Rich & filling ladoos| Traditional winter sweet
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Recipe / food styling / photography by - Sunayana Gupta





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Aate Ke Ladoo are sweet dumplings made from whole wheat flour or gehu ka aata and a popular dessert in the states of Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. These ladoos are especially made during winters and are so rich, filling and delectable that no one can stop at just one. The recipe is age old and the fact that how the ladoos would turn out to be, depends on how keenly you have roasted the aata. One has to be patient while doing it….focus on roasting the aata on low flame and keep stirring it. Leave your skillet unattended over the flame for a moment and you will be left with a batch of burnt black aata of no use.

Aate ke ladoos have a long shelf life and stay fresh for more than a month if stored under right conditions as give in this recipe. Also see how to make Aate ka Halwa and Coconut Ladoos.



Serve aate ka ladoo as a dessert after the meals.

In breakfast, serve Punjabi masala parantha with mango pickle and aate ka ladoo. This makes a classic combination.

After dinner, serve aate ka ladoo with a glass of warm milk.

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Aate Ka Ladoo

Aate ke ladoo are sweet dumplings made from whole wheat flour or gehu ka aata and a popular dessert in the states of Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. These atta ladoos are especially made during winters and are so rich, filling and delectable that no one can stop at just one.

Preparation Time : 10 minutes
Cooking Time : 30 minutes

Category : Desserts
Cuisine :
Servings : 10 servings

Author : Sunayana Gupta

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Recipe Ingredients

  • Wheat flour – 1 cup
  • Desi ghee – ¾ cup
  • Sugar (Powdered) – 1 cup or to taste
  • Cardamom powder – 2 teaspoon
  • Raisins – ½ cup
  • Dry fruits of choice (Roughly chopped) – ½ cup

How to make Aate Ka Ladoo

  • To begin with making these drooling aate ke ladoos, we need to melt ghee in a heavy bottom pan or skillet.
  • Fry all the dry fruits and transfer to a plate.
  • In the same skillet, add the wheat flour and roast on low flame till you notice that it gets a lovely golden color and gives aroma. Be very patient as this the most critical part. Do not miss to keep it stirring.
  • When the aata is done add sugar powder, cardamom powder and fried dry fruits.
  • Give a nice mix. Turn off the flame and transfer this mixture to a bowl. This is important as the skillet is still hot enough to burn the mixture.
  • Let the temperature of the mixture settle down, but still warm and convenient to handle.
  • Greaze your palms with ghee and shape ladoos.
  • Let these ladoos cool down completely before transferring into a covered container.

Pack in air tight container. Stays fresh for more than a month.





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