Moti Choor Ladoo is a popular Indian sweet made from tiny, deep-fried balls of besan (gram flour) that are then soaked in sugar syrup and shaped into small, round balls. The name "moti choor" translates to "pearl drops" in Hindi, which is fitting because the sweet has a pearl-like appearance.
The besan balls are made by mixing besan, ghee (clarified butter), and water to form a batter, which is then piped through a perforated ladle into hot oil to create small, spherical balls. The balls are then soaked in sugar syrup made from sugar, water, and sometimes flavored with cardamom, saffron or rose water. Once the balls have absorbed the syrup, they are pressed together to form the Ladoo shape.