Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Roasted Gram Jaggery Ladoo: ( Fried gram dal Ladoo / Pottukadalai Urundai )

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Roasted Gram Jaggery Ladoo: 
( Fried gram dal Ladoo  /   Pottukadalai Urundai )

Fried Gram Dal Ladoo is one of the quickest and healthiest snacks to prepare. It is loaded with iron and protein contents. This is my favorite, since childhood and am glad in preparing this for my kids today...!  

This traditional and mouthwatering South Indian sweet tingles our taste buds as it  really tastes yummy..!

Hope you will enjoy this easy recipe for sure..!

Ingredients:
·         Roasted gram dal/  fried gram / pottukadalai          - 2 cups
·         Jaggery                                                             - 2 cups
·         Cardamom pwd                                                  - ½ tsp
·         Ghee                                                                - 1 tsp

Method:



1.     Take a heavy bottomed pan.
2.     Add jaagery powdered and little water.
3.     Heat it with stirring, till  the jaggery turns to thick syrup consistency.
4.     Now add fried gram, cardamom pwd and ghee.
5.     Combine well.
6.     Turn off the flame and set aside for 5 minutes.
7.     Shape into small round balls.


8.     Healthy and delicious ladoo ready to give a taste...:)





Hugs n Smiles,
Jay

53 comments:

  1. i love this crispy laddus

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  2. My childhood fav snack too...love to eat them a lot..thanx for reminding me about this yummy crunchy snack...looks soooo goooood...

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  3. Such an interesting dish! I've never even heard of this!

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  4. yummy the ladoo looks very crunchy and lovely and tempting.

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  5. These ladoos look delicious and tempting...

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  6. Feel like munching some, fantastic laddoos..

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  7. i've never heard of roasted gram before. is it a type of nut?

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  8. WoooW! I never tried this with gram dal.. Want to grab some :)

    Sunanda's Kitchen

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  9. crunchy and simple ladoos..clicks are lovely and making it more tempting!!got all the ingredients,will surely try out!

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  10. I love laddus but never tried this one. Surely give this a try. Show and Tell

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  11. I almost forget this ladoo..remembering my childhood. Cant wait, will make it today itself..

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  12. hey i love the roasted gram...but i am a big big fan of besan ka laadoo as well....greatt dear

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  13. What a tasty looking snack! Sounds delicious!

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  14. Is there one authentic Southern dish, that you cannot make? You are amazing, dear! :-)

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  15. Love munching this,,looks awesome ladoo.

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  16. mouthwatering ladoo..you make me soooooooooo tempting
    Saranya
    http://foodandtaste.blogspot.com/

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  17. Choo sweeeeeet recipe. I love the powdered version very much. Thanks for sharing.

    Hamsamalini Chandrasekarn,
    http://indianyummykitchen.blogspot.com

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  18. looks so wonderful and fantastic ladoos !!

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  19. Ladoos look so wholesome and delicious. I can easily eat a couple of these at one go.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  20. Mouthwatering here, super delicious laddos,yumm!

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  21. Protein rich healthy laddus...they look so delicious

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  22. Laddus looks so cute.Love to grab them.

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  23. Have tried the powdered version... But this looks equally yummy...

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  24. this was a real visual treat........

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  25. Never heard of some of these ingredients. Sad..because this looks amazing. I want some right now.

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  26. I love this laddu,this looks yumm

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  27. I love this laddu,this looks yumm

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  28. Perfect laddoos,nice post!

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  29. It's long since I made these Jay..after seeing ur post I too will make this for my kiddo.

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  30. I too make this recipe.. yours looks simply perfect and awesome dear.. love the presentation too :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  31. Never heard of this ladoo ,looks cute

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  32. Always like this ladoo ...looks very yum

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  33. they look really nice n' nutty...:)these remind me of the peanut round shaped sweets that i buy regularly....:)

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  34. This looks good! I'm sure they are very addictive! Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe!

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  35. Crunchy & yummy!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  36. very crunchy and yummy laddoos .....

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  37. that looks so delicious..crunchy and yummy!!!

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  38. Never had this but it looks so good. A healthy sweet, that's great.

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  39. Kadalai urndai is perfect.

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  40. Thanks a lot for the visit and the lovely comment :) At home my Mom makes a similar type of laddu but it's made with bhel and in bengali we call that laddu 'mua' :)
    www.sunshineandsmile.com

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  41. yum yum..excellent ladoos..pass me some :)

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  42. oh that's a really unique dessert! at least to me. It looks adorable. I don't think I can stop eating this!

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  43. These look like a wonderful treat. I've never had them but would love to try. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  44. wow..thats one easy and delicious laddoo..I just loved it....yum

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  45. Ladoos looks yum, a perfect treat!

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  46. Wow, that sounds so simple yet looks so delicious. Looks similar to the ones made with peanut.

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  47. Healthy and guilt-free sweet!

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  48. Absolutely New to me .. Glad to follow you dear :)

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