• 250 gm Edible gum (Gond)
  • 4 Dry Grated Coconuts (Khopra)
  • 500 gm Ground Sugar (Boora)
  • 250 gm Green Raisins (Kishmish)
  • 500 gm Cashew Nuts (Kaju)
  • 250 gm Almond (Batam)
  • 500 gm Clarified Butter (Ghee)
  • 250 gm Dry Dates (Kharak)
  • 500 gm Urad dal Aata

Step By Step Instructions for Gond Ladoo

  1. Grate all dry fruits (Cashews, Almond, and Dry Dates)
  2. Heat Ghee (clarified butter) in a pan and deep fry the gond on medium heat until it is puffed and light brown.
  3. Remove the fried Gum, keep it aside in a flat tray, and allow it to cool to room temperature. Thereafter, crush the fried gum into a fine powder using a rolling pin.
  4. Take 1 Cup of Ghee in a heavy-bottomed pan and heat it lightly.
  5. Add Urad dal flour to lightly heated Ghee and stir it continuously until it turns aromatic and golden brown.
  6. Now take the Kadai/pan away from the stove and allow it to cool to a point where it retains its warmness.
  7. Then Add ground sugar (Boora) to the mixture and mix well then add all the dry fruit powder, the grated coconut, and Raisins (Kishmish) to the mixture and mix well into the Kadai or a big pot
  8. Heat 2-3 tbsps. Ghee in it to make the Laddus.
  9. Make Ladoos (ball-shaped objects typically of the size of a lemon) from the mixture by pressing and shaping it between your hands while it is still warm. Gond/Urad dal Atta Ladoo is ready to serve.
  10. You can make around 60 small-size Laddus and 35 big-size Laddus.


If the ladoo’s are not going together properly then add a little more ghee