Nov 7, 2010

ATTA LADDU

Hi friends Iam back after a long break.This time Ihave taken realy a long break, Many things happened in my life. Moved in to a new country . Hope you all doing great and belated Diwali wishes to all of you. This recipe I wanted to post in my Diwali sweet series but I couldn't make it.Now I am going to start posting my recipes from today,hopefuly like how I use to post recipes before my break.The recipe is Atta laddu which I made for Diwali.

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INGREDIENTS:---
Atta -- 1 cup(whole wheat flour)
Jaggery -- 3/4 cup or you can use sugar according to your taste
Ghee (clarified butter) --- 3/4 cup
Cardamom powder -- 1/2 tea sp
Cashew nuts -- 1/4 cup broken
Raisins -- 1/4 cup
METHOD:--

  • Make sugar powder if you are using sugar or grate jaggery.
  • Heat ghee in a pan fry broken cashew and risins till golden remove and leave a side.
  • Add wheat flour to the same ghee and fry till atta turns into light pink in color by the time you can smell the nice aroma.It takes about 10 minutes.
  • Now add fried cashew and raisins,cardamom powder mix well for a minute.
  • Add grated jaggery or powdered sugar stir for 5 more minutes anf switch off the flame.
  • Make golf ball size balls out of this wheat flour mixture when the mixture is still warm
  • This mouth-watering atta laddu will stay for 1 month
You can add sliced and fried almonds to this laddu

15 comments:

Rachana said...

Atta laddu looks so cute and yumm!

Priya Suresh said...

Cute looking laddooos, very tempting..Glad to see u back after a long Rekha, am soo happy dear..Waiting eagerly for ur next posts..

Kalyani said...

nice healthy laddooo.......

Unknown said...

healthy laddu,perfect feast for the festival...luks amazing.

Unknown said...

On my todo list for long...looks very tempting

Pavithra Elangovan said...

Mmmmmmmmmmmm yummy I love all kinda ladoo and this one I love it.

jayasree said...

Welcome back, dear. Hope you have settled down in your new place.

Love these healthy laddus..

Raks said...

Welcome back,I love this laddoo,very flavorful one! :)

Unknown said...

Hey Rekha,

The ladoos look yummy...Love ladoos...:)

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Sanjeeta kk said...

Healthy and lovely ladoos.

Lakshmi ...Rasoi ki Malkin..northern and southern spices said...

Atta laddu looks fabulous..

CurryLeaf said...

Nice to have you back Rekha. Hope u are settled by now.I used to get bits of news abt u from Lubna.
The laddu is perfect.Hope you had a wonderful Diwali

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

love the atta laddoo. We call it Magaja ladoo and I too posted for last diwali!
ALl the Best with your move...

Nithya said...

Wow.. this is new and interesting :) looks delicious too :)will give it a try soon.

Cham said...

Glad to see u back, hope u re settled down! Sounds healthy ur ladoos, Wish you Happy Diwali!