Sunnundalu is a type of laddu from Andhra Pradesh, the eighth largest state in India. Laddus are spherical-shaped treat made with flour, ghee, spices, and sugar. The treat is often served during festivals and religious occasions. This recipe stores well. You can store it in a storage container and eat later, and it will still taste as delicious as freshly prepared
Black gram or urad dal, is the primary ingredient in these laddus. It is a type of bean that originated in India and has a large amount of health benefits. Urad dal boosts your energy, protects cardiovascular health, helps to limit and reduce pain, treats inflammation, and generally improves bodily functions. Black dal also helps maintain skin health, prevent diabetes, strengthen bones, and improve digestion.
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How to make Sunnundalu
Roast black gram until aromatic and set aside to cool.
Blend dry-roasted urad dal with sugar and cardamoms.
In a pan, melt ghee and add the roasted gram flour in batches. Keep stirring as you add the flour and ensure the mixture is smooth. Once cooked well, shape into lemon-sized balls and store an air-tight contains.
Enjoy healthy sunnundalu when a craving for snacks kicks in!