Delicious BOTTLE GOURD LADDU
Grass fed ghee is the best quality diry ghee available in the market and you can use pure ghee for making delectable desserts. The nutty aroma, rich creamy texture of ghee, and neutral taste makes the laddu yummy and flavorful.
Bottleguard is a healthy fiber-rich vegetable. Grated bottle gusrad is used for making these laddus.
It is easy to prepare and easy to cook. However, you need to cook the recipe against slow cook process.
A traditional sweet made with bottle gourd is prepared on festivals or eaten as a fruit diet on fasts. It is an easy to make recipe, and with ghee you can attrcat some ghee benefits in you favor.
Bottle gurd is easy available in vegetable market and full of fiber, it is good for digestive system. When you are using bottlegurd for making laddu with ghee, you are combining fibers and good fats together. If you are on keto diet, you can try this low carb laddu in moderation.
Instructions: How to cook bottle guard laddu
You can serve the laddus after making. But storage, it is better to keep them in refrigerator. Ghee is shelf-stable but bottle guard is not a shelf-stable vegetable.
The benefits of using Milkio Grass fed ghee in cooking of Bottle guard laddu
Milkio grass fed ghee contains higher quantity of saturated fats. It contains buytrate. Buytrate helps in regulizing bowel movement and relieves the problem of constipation.
Bottle guard contains fibers. The support of ghee buytrate and bottlegurd fiber together is good for healthy colon management.
Milkio ghee offers loads of nutrients like fat soluble vitamins like Vitamin, A, E, D and K. When you are makning bottle guard laddu you are adding ghee nutrition in your diet.
The benefits of cooking with Milkio organic grass fed ghee
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Source : Suchi’s Kitchen
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