This is one preparation which I call as hunger buster. Whenever between meals I feel hungry, I munch into these ladoos to satisfy my hunger. The best part is that these ladoos when stored in airtight container can last up to weeks. Not only they are easy to prepare but it is great to taste. During my stay at Haridwar I learnt this simple and humble sweet from my neighbour. Since wheat (aata) and sugar is readily available, you can make these laddoos in no time.
1 cup Wheat flour
1 cup Ghee
1/2 cup powdered Sugar or you can adjust the sweetness accordingly
1/2 cup Dried fruits
2 tbsp Milk (optional)
1 tsp Cardamom powder
Melt ghee in a pan on low heat. Add wheat flour and stir continiously till it is evenly brown and aromatic. Remove it from heat and transfer the mixture in a plate. Allow it to cool for few minutes. Just when the temperature of mixture is warm add sugar, cinnamon and mix dried fruits. Mix well and shape into round balls. If you are not able to bind and you may add milk and shape into round equal sized laddoos. Let them cool and then serve. Later store them in an air-tight container.