Perry Cherry Laddoos are lip smacking sweets made on festivals. Explore how to make Perry Cherry Laddu, with the recipe given in the article.
Perry Cherry Laddoo
Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi is one of the ceremonious occasions, celebrated with gusto by Hindus in various parts of India. The festival commemorates brother-sister relationship. On the auspicious occasion, the sisters would get up early, take bath, offer prayers to their favorite deity and call upon their brothers to meet them at their place. The brothers are given warm welcome on their arrival. Thereafter, the auspicious thread - Rakhi - is tied on their wrist, by their sisters. The siblings would share sweets, after which, the sisters are showered with gifts and money. On the occasion, you may either prepare sweets for your brother or offer him shop-bought delicacies. If you are planning to make a sweet dish for your brother, on Rakshabandhan, then try out the easy recipe of Perry Cherry Laddoos given in the article.
Perry Cherry Ladoo Recipe
- 1kg Pears
- 1/2kg Sugar
- 1/2kg Coconut Powder
- 4 tsp Cardamom Powder
- Red Cherry
- Peel off all the pears.
- Take water in a pot and add some salt to it.
- Immerse all the pears in water for 10 about minutes.
- Grate the soaked pears remove the extra water by squeezing the grated pears.
- Take 1 cup water in a pan and add sugar in it. Prepare the sugar syrup over medium flame, until the sugar reaches a thick consistency.
- Mix the grated pears into the sugar syrup. Blend them thoroughly, over simmer flame. Keep on stirring the mixture for about 15-20 minutes.
- After the grated pears and sugar syrup blend well, remove the mixture from the flame and allow the mixture to cool for sometime. Thereafter, add cardamom powder and half of coconut powder to the mixture.
- Make laddoos (small lemon sized balls) out of the mixture. Now, dust the laddoos with the rest half of coconut powder.
- Decorate all the ladoos by putting some red cherries on top of each one.