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Pista Ladoo Recipe

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
2 cups pistachios
1 ½ cups sugar
1 ½ tsp green cardamom powder

Nutritional information

1975 kcal
calories
219.38 g
carbohydrates
50.19 g
protein
111.86 g
fat
6 mg
sodium
0 mg
cholesterol

Pista Ladoo Recipe

Features:
  • Sweet
Cuisine:
  • 25 mins
  • Serves 20
  • Easy

Ingredients

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If you love including dry fruits and nuts in your diet, there are many ways to do so. However, the most interesting way is to add them in a pre-approved delicious snack like ladoo. Not everyone like the taste of pistachio. However, if you turn it into a ladoo, a sweet snack, by adding two simple ingredients, you will have a healthy and delicious snack ready. Pista/pistachio ladoo, like other ladoo, is very easy to prepare and doesn’t take much time. While the recipe requires sugar, you can always find a healthy alternative for it.

Health Benefits

  • Pistachios are one of the moderate calorie nuts. People can enjoy the health advantages of nuts without any fear and easily staying within their daily calorie limits.
  • They are also filled with nutrients. They are high in antioxidants. The antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin are essential for good eyesight. Pistachios are a superb source of both of these substances.
  • Pistachios, in particular, may also protect the heart by reducing cholesterol levels and high blood pressure.
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How to make Pista Ladoo Recipe

  • Dry roast pistachios until they are crunchy.
  • Set aside and allow to cool down.
  • Grind pistachio and cardamom together.
  • Add sugar and grind again until fine powder.
  • Take small quantities of the mixture in your palms and shape them into small balls.
  • The ladoos must be prepared before the pistachio sugar mixture cools down.

TIP: If the powder cools down, rerun the mix in the grinder to warm it up to make them into small balls.

Trivia

  • Pistachios are one of the oldest flowering nut trees and are one of the only two nuts mentioned in the Bible.
  • People have been eating pistachios since 7,000 BC. Nowadays, they're very popular in many dishes, including ice cream and desserts.
  • The Moghul Emperor, Akbar the Great, hosted extravagant banquets befitting his royal status.  The chickens to be killed for the banquet were fed pistachio nuts for 6 to 8 weeks before the banquet, to add a delicious flavor to the chicken meat.
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