It won’t be an exaggeration to say that we Indians cannot survive without sweets and among that, laddoos form the most indispensable part. There are myraid varieties available all across the country. Today we bring to you the popular Dink Laddoo. It is a dessert made using gum resin and whole wheat flour.
These Ladoos are made in all parts of North India, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. In Hindi, these Laddus are called as Gond ke Laddu. In Marathi they are called as Dinkache Ladoo and Gundar Ladoo in Gujarati. They are made from Gond /Dink /Gundar (Edible gum), wheat flour, ghee and with lots of dry fruits. Gond Laddus are warm in nature and that’s why it is made in winters and is given after pregnancy to nursing mothers.