Ladoo – The King of Indian sweets

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The wide variety of Indian sweets indeed outnumbers the sweets of the rest of the world. Even though there’s a vast variety of Indian sweets, Ladoos are still considered the king of sweets by Indians worldwide! Do you know why? Read this blog to learn how Ladoos became known as the king of sweets and the different Ladoos Rajbhog Foods offers you!

Laddu or Ladoo, is one of the evergreen Indian sweets that is loved by one and all. Even though Ladoo originates from India, people all across the globe enjoy this spherical sweet ball made of a concoction of flour, sugar, and ghee.

Ladoos come in varieties, and each of them has different types of taste. It is unarguably the most popular dessert, and there’s no confusion as to why Ladoo wears the crown of the king of sweets!

In this blog, we bring you the variants of Ladoo that Rajbhog Foods offers and how these different avatars of the king of sweets taste!

Ladoo – The King of Indian sweets

1) Motichoor Ladoo:

Motichoor Ladoo is the most popular type of Ladoo among the people of Rajasthan and parts of Uttar Pradesh in India. They relish the delicious Motichoor Ladoo the most. But before you know how it tastes or how it is made, there’s something else that you must also learn.

What is Motichoor?

In simple English translation, Motichoor means pearls in their crushed form. In terms of food or sweets, it is something that comes in tiny round shape and is made of fine and little balls of besan.

Its is one of the evergreen Indian sweets but people devour Motichoor Ladoo the most during festivals like Diwali, Rakshabandhan, etc and events like weddings. The preparation commonly begins a couple of weeks before Diwali in the above-mentioned parts of India, and the taste is nothing short of a heavenly experience right from the first bite.

Motichoor Ladoo is also sometimes known as Boondi Ladoo, but there is a fine line between these two avatars of the kind of sweets. Scroll down to learn about it.

Ladoo – The King of Indian sweets

2) Bundi Ladoo:

Bundi Ladoo is made of similar ingredients as that of Motichoor Ladoo, but the main difference between them is the size of the boondi or the gram flour balls. While Bundi Ladoo has bigger-sized gram flour balls, Motichoor Ladoo possesses smaller ones. Other than that, there is no other striking difference between the two sweets.

We at Rajbhog Foods bring you Bundi Ladoo with an addition of nuts with the other ingredients, and you will surely love the taste and the occasional crunchy bites of the nuts!

Ladoo – The King of Indian sweets

3) Besan Ladoo:

The most common choice amongst the wide variety of the king of sweets is Besan Ladoo. But what is the reason for this variant to be so popular amongst people? On the auspicious Indian festival of Ganesh Puja, Besan Ladoos are always a hit!

As it is one of the many culinary masterpieces offered to Lord Ganesha, Besan Ladoo is a frequent and usually made sweet in Indian households worldwide. Moreover, it is easier and less time-consuming to make Besan Ladoo than Motichoor Ladoo. So if you’re wondering which sweet you can offer on Ganesh Puja, Besan Ladoo is your best choice. You can quickly head to a grocery store or Rajbhog Café near you and buy this wonderful sweet delight as we bring the authentic taste of Besan Ladoo to the USA!

Ladoo – The King of Indian sweets

4) Kari Ladoo:

A wonderful concoction of milk, sugar, gram flour or chickpea flour, and dry fruits like almonds, pistachios, cashews, and raisins gives you the utterly delicious and irresistible Kari Ladoo.

Besides the goodness of dry fruits and a flavorful mix of other ingredients, Kari Ladoo is different from other ladoos because they boast more giant-sized boondis. The boondis of Kari Ladoo are bigger and more significant than that of Boondi Ladoo.

Ladoo – The King of Indian sweets

5) Churma Ladoo:

Another particular type of the king of sweets is Churma Ladoo which is relished during festivals. A mix of essential ingredients like milk, wheat flour, sugar, and ghee is flavored even more with the addition of nuts and raisins. This delicious mix is formed into the traditional spherical shape of Ladoo, which gives us the mouthwatering Churma Ladoo!

People mostly relish Churma Ladoo in the parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. Still, it also holds a special place all over India as an offering to God during festivals, especially during Ganesh Chaturthi.

Ladoo – The King of Indian sweets

6) Punjabi Pinni:

If you’re looking for some amazing desserts to relish during the winters, you should try out the delicious Punjabi Pinni from our range of sweets. This sweet comes in a similar spherical shape to Ladoos and is just another type of the King of Sweets amongst the rest.

The ingredients that make the mouthwatering Punjabi Pinni are milk solids, sugar, ghee, and wheat flour. If you top the mixture with dry fruits such as almonds and pistachios and add jaggery, the sweet is ready to tickle your tastebuds with flavors right from the first bite.

Additionally, Punjabi Pinni is very beneficial for health as the ingredients of this sweet keep our bodies warm during winters. So it is unarguably one of the best desserts to savor during the cold months!

The different types of Ladoos mentioned above have one or more unique features about them. So you won’t know the mesmerizing tastes you try each of them out.

So if you’re trying to look for the best Indian sweets in USA, then visit your nearby Rajbhog sweet shop or grocery store. All the variants of Ladoos mentioned are widely available in our product range. So what are you waiting for? Quickly grab these delicious varieties of Ladoos and enjoy relishing the different types of the King of Sweets!