Dink or Gondh (Used for making Dink Ladoo) is an edible gum sourced from the plant acacia plants. Food based on Dink or Gondh has warming properties, hence consumed during winters for additional calories. Good for lactating mothers, for production of more milk, also for a speedy recovery from illness. It is a remedy for ailments like diarrhea, cough and congestion. In India Dink or Gondh is traditionally sourced from Babool (keekar) which is of acasia family.It is rich in calcium and protein.
Here is a recipe using Dink which is famous in Maharashtra and North Indian states.
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