Sunniundalu

Sunniundalu is a traditional Indian sweet from the state of Andhra Pradesh. Urad dal is a type of pulse, and ghee is clarified butter. All good Indian shops should carry these ingredients. How this sweet this recipe tastes can depend on grinding method. Old world stone grain-grinder is the traditional method of choice but can be substituted for mortar and pestle. High powered, sharp bladed, food processor comes close. This recipe is quick and delicious!

INGREDIENTS:
3 cups of whole urad dal
1½ cups of sugar
1 cup of melted ghee at room temperature

PREPARATION:
Roast the dal to a golden color slowly and on low heat, continuously stirring. Grind the roasted dal and sugar to a fine sand. Add melted ghee to the urad dal-sugar powder and roll into balls.

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Emiline said...

Hmmm...these sound pretty good to me. I'm all about butter.

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