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BAKED BESAN LADOO WITH JAGGERY IN AIRFRYER [INDIAN RECIPE OF CHICKPEA LADDU]


I have always been fond of besan laddu. But the health freak in me keeps me on an experimental mode so i decided to bake besan laddoo in airfryer with jaggery. Without puttting too much of an effort and time, I could get the best end result. The baked besan ladoo with jaggery can give a good competition to its traditional counterpart. What's more, I have tried to make the chickpea laddu more nutritious with the addition of nuts and seeds. So what I have got is amazingly delicious chickpea balls that take me back in time.

besan laddu without sugar 



Perhaps my health journey knows no bounds. But I am not someone who would indulge in guilty eating even if I come up with heathy treats. A treat is a treat. A sweet is a sweet. But the best thing is the baked besan laddu is a quick way to satiate your sweet cravings in a jiffy.

Who would mind relishing one piece of besan ladoo with jaggery in airfryer this festive season? If you are looking for ways as to how to make besan ladoo without ghee, then make these with oil (I can even dare to use extra virgin olive oil here).

If you seek the best besan laddu recipe without sugar, then opt for the chickpea ladoo recipe with dates that uses just a little amount of fat but is nevertheless yumm.

baked besan laddu in airfryer with jaggery

Airfryer Indian recipe

What makes this Indian recipe of besan laddu special is the effortless part in making these cute little nutritious balls. Although this is an Indian airfryer recipe, you can bake besan ladoo in microwave at the same temperature and for the same time, though timing might vary slightly.

All you need to do is keep your eyes on the roasted flour and smell senses on the aroma of roasted besan. When that happens, you know your besan is baked or roasted for healthy laddus with jaggery.
baked burfi with millets

Recipe

1/2 cup- besan (chickpea flour)
2 tbsp- sooji
2 tbsp+ 1/2 tsp- oil or ghee
1/4 cup+2tbsp- jaggery powder
1/2 cup- nuts and seeds
cardamom

Previous Baked Besan burfi recipe:
baked burfi

How to make besan ladoo in airfryer


Mix 2 tbsp oil with besan. Rub with hands.
Next add nuts and seeds.
Bake for 10 minutes at 160 degrees.
Stir and bake again for 10 minutes or until the roasted aroma fills up your kitchen.
Remove.
Bake sooji with 1/2 tsp oil and cardamom.
Bake for 10 minutes at 160 degrees or until done.
Let cool.
Add jaggery powder and grind to a powder.
Make balls and enjoy healthy baked laddu.


More Baked Indian Sweets Recipes in Airfryer

Baked ragi panjiri with jaggery


How to make baked burfi with jaggery


How to bake papad or poppadam in airfryer in 3 minutes


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