Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Maladu / Pottukadalai Ladoo / Easy Ladoo Recipes

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Wishing you all a very happy Krishna Jayanthi ( Gokulashtami )…!!!
I wish you all the blessings of the Almighty to bring joy, prosperity and happiness in your life…!
The Lord Krishna’s birth is celebrated as Janmashtami in India and also in other places around the world. This is one of the important festival  and on this day elders give blessings to children and other family members. 
Well, I prepared Maladu, one of the delicious sweet for this special occasion. This is a healthy and tasty sweet , which is very easy to prepare . It came absolutely tempting and yummy.
Happy making and eating…:)
Ingredients:
  • Fried gram / Roasted gram / pottukadalai           - 1 cup
  • Sugar                                                               - 1 ½ cup
  • Ghee                                                                - ¾ cup
  • Cashew                                                           - 10
  • Raisins                                                             - 10
  • Cardamom pwd                                                 - ½ tsp
Method:
  1. Semi roast fried gram in a dry pan.
  2. Allow to cool and grind to fine pwd
  1. Grind sugar separately to pwd.
  2. Heat 2 tbsp of ghee in a frying pan.
  3. Roast cashew and raisins to golden.
  4. Add powdered fried gram and sugar, cardamom pwd in the frying pan.
  5. Keep the flame low and stir continuously.
  6. Melt the remaining ghee in another pan.
  7. Once the sugar pwd combines, and rich aroma comes out, turn off the flame.
  8. Add warm ghee slowly, and combine well.
  9. Add ghee to the dough, till, you get the right consistency to make small ladoo balls.
  10. Apply oil in palms and make small ladoos off the above dough.
  11. Take care the ladoo does not break or stick to hands.
  12. The secret remains in the addition of warm ghee and mixing up
  1. Yummy, delicious, healthy Maladu ready to delight you…
Once again, happy Janmashtami to ALL…:)

37 comments:

  1. hey dear, happy Janmashtami, and the dish looks tempting

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  2. Hi Jay,

    Happy Janmashtami to you!!!

    Laddooos are great!!!

    Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  3. laddus looks perfect n mouthwatering

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  4. laddus looks perfect n mouthwatering

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  5. Happy Krishna jayanti to you too dear..ladoos look fav perfect for the occasion!!

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  6. Lovely laddus. Very tempting!

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  7. happy Janmashtami !! healthy ladoo...

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  8. You have an interesting and delicious looking photos..

    I had a look at your biryanis and sweets..Super

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  9. happy Krishna Jayanthi to you too and ladoo looks super delicious :)

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  10. Thank you friends for the happy wishes...Same to you...:)

    Have fun and enjoy..!

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  11. Happy Janmashtami to you too Jay !! fab ladoos !!

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  12. quite healthy one for kids.happy janmastami to u .nice clicks

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  13. Happy Sree krishna jayanthi to you too Jay..Maladu looks yumm yumm...

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  14. Yummy cute looking ladoos..Happy Krishna Jayanthi Jay..

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  15. Ma laddu looks gr8 and awesome.. Happy krishna jayanthi :)

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  16. Happy janmashtmi!

    Ladoos look so healthy and delicious!

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  17. It is very much like besan laddoo, but just that you fried your own gram and powdered it. Love the idea, will give it a try sometime :)

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  18. Wish you the same dear..lovely ladoos....

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  19. These look lovely and tasty

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  20. Love these ladoos looks so perfect !! Happy Krishna Jayanthi Jay !!!

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  21. happy krishna jayathi jay ...ladoos looks divine n perfect for occasion..

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  22. thank u very muzh for your valuable time and to comment on this post...

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  23. Nice recipe and looks goood!!

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  24. delicious laddoo your site makes me hungry

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  25. happy gokulashtami, delicious laddu, yummy

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  26. Oh!!!! Bringing back childhood memories.... Thank you for the recipe.

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  27. Thank you for stopping by...:)

    Hope you having a great day...!

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  28. happy Janmashtami !! Thanks for sharing it..I liked the receipe.its easy to make.

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  29. wow!superb and perfect laddo....happy janmashtami!

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  30. lovely looking yumy ladoos....happy janmashtami to u too

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  31. Happy Janmashtami to you.
    The ladoos look delicious.

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  32. LOve the ladoos. New recipe for me so have bookmarked for the future. Happy Janmastami to you.

    Mina

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  33. wow!! so mouth watering!!!

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