India is a multicultural country where each and every region is enriched with their own culture. Though each region has their own set of festivals, Ganesh Ustav is one of those festivals which is celebrated across the entire country. These days Ganesh Chaturthi is not confined in India anymore; it is also celebrated in Nepal, Burma, Malaysia, Thailand, USA, Canada and in many other countries.
Bengali Style Dorbesh or Boondi Laddoo (laddu) Recipe:
Sift and sieve the gram flour, rice flour and soda together and take in a clean dry mixing bowl.
Your Boondi Laddu or Bengali Style Dorbesh is almost ready now. Now all you need is little patience and allow the laddus to settle a bit to hold the shape neatly. The laddus need atleat 1 hr. for that. Make sure they are untouched by this time. If you are running out of time refrigerate the laddus for 1 hr; by the time they will settle. Don’t forget to bring them at room temperature before serving,
Boondi Laddu or Bengali Style Dorbesh tastes best when they are served warm or at room temperature. These laddus can be stored in air tight container. They will remain fresh up to 2 days at room temperature. If you want to keep them up to 7 days, refrigerate. Keep the laddoo in a clean and dry pot in a single row. Make sure you don’t overlap them otherwise laddoos will break apart. If you have to (in any case) do so, make sure they are firm before you make the second layer.