What do you do with the left over milk solids after making ghee/clarified butter ? Use it to make these delicious ladoos made with whole what and nuts. They are healthy , easy and make the laddus even more delicious.
What are Milk Solids ?
Milk solids are nothing but the residue that’s is leftover after butter is melted and made into ghee or clarified butter.This milk solid can be used in curries or just be eaten as is with a little bit of sugar.
Makes about 15 medium ones
1.5 cups whole wheat flour
4-5 tablespoons ghee/clarified butter
3-4 tablespoons of milk solids * see notes
1 cup castor sugar
2 tablespoons (almonds, cashews and melon seeds)
- In a large pan , heat 2 tablespoons ghee.
- Add chopped nuts and fry until it changes colour.
- Remove onto a plate.
- Into the same pan , add the milk solids.
- Loosen the milk solids and do this on a medium flame.
- Once the milk solids are loosened , add the wheat flour.
- Roast the flour on medium flame until the colour of the wheat flour changes and it’s fragrant.
- Roasting wheat flour takes a little more time.
- When the colour changes, switch off the flame and remove it into a bowl.
- When the flour is slightly warm , add the fried nuts and sugar.
- Give it a good mix.
- If the mixture is dry and not holding shape , add a tablespoon of ghee.
- Do not add too much ghee all at once , then the mixture may turn too soft and will not hold shape.
- Take little portion at a time and shape it into a ladoo.
- Store it in an airtight container and enjoy the delicious, healthy ladoo everyday !
Note : when making ghee or clarified butter , usually for about 1 kg of butter , you get about 1/2 a cup of milk solids.
Use castor sugar to get a grainy texture in the ladoo.
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