Boondi laddu is a popular Indian sweet made from gram flour and sugar syrup. It is a round-shaped sweet that is often served during festivals and special occasions. The gram flour is made into small droplets and fried until crispy. These fried droplets are then mixed with a sweet syrup made from sugar, cardamom, and saffron. The mixture is shaped into small round balls and allowed to cool and harden. Boondi laddu is known for its rich taste and sweet aroma, and it is often enjoyed as a dessert or offered as prasad (religious offering).
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