In a heavy bottom pan or a wok add the ghee.
200 gms Ghee
On slow to medium heat melt it. Once it becomes hot Fry the gond.
25 gms Gond
There are 2 methods here, either you can fry the gond first before crushing and crush them later.
Or you crush them and fry them. But when you crush them fry them separately and in the end, so that your ghee does not go bad.
Remove the gond and keep aside.
Add in the whole wheat flour and on slow heat roast it along with the ghee. This will take around 30 minutes to get it properly roasted and cooked. So do not rush.
250 gms Whole Wheat Flour
Once done switch off and let it cool completely.
Roasted flour will leave the edges of the kadai and change colour.
Now add in the gond, powdered sugar and chopped almonds.
250 gms Powdered Sugar, 50 gms Chopped Badam
Combine everything so that it becomes a uniform mixture.
Take a dollop size (like 2 tablespoons) of mixture in hand and form balls by pressing it in between your hands.
Once it forms the shape of ball, gently roll them within your palm to give a nice smooth finish.
You can garnish it with some almonds if required