₨ 550 – ₨ 1,050
The process of making Milky Laddu Mithai is a delicate one. Milk is boiled until it thickens and turns into a solid, known as khoya. The khoya is then mixed with sugar, ghee, and other ingredients like cardamom, saffron, or nuts, and formed into small, round balls.
The end result is a soft and velvety sweet that is rich and creamy. The sugar and ghee add a sweet and buttery flavor to the sweet, while the khoya gives it a distinct milky taste that is unique to this sweet.
Milky Laddu Mithai is a popular dessert that is often served during festivals, weddings, and other special occasions. It is also a great gift option for your loved ones, as it is a symbol of love and affection.
The ingredients used in Milky Laddu Mithai are high in nutritional value. Milk solids are a rich source of protein and calcium, while ghee is a healthy fat that provides energy to the body.
|10 × 10 × 3 in
500 g, 1 Kg