Monday, 12 October 2015

Maladu/Maa Laddoo/Pottukadalai Laddoo

South Indians makes couple of easy breezy laddoos quickly with dals and semolina. After the popular rava laddoo aka semolina laddoos, they do exists different dal based laddoos. My today's recipe goes for Maladu aka pottukadalai laddoo, pottukadalai is roasted grams which we usually make chutney out of this grams. This maladu goes for just five ingredients and you can make this laddoos in a jiffy. Maladu makes an excellent sweets to serve even to sudden guests as this lipsmacking laddoos are very much quick to make. The main ingredient for making this laddoo is melted ghee, the addition of ghee in this laddoo makes this maladu more tastier than the usual easy laddoos in which people use milk instead of melted ghee. However making this fried gram laddoos using melted ghee atleast once a while will definitely satisfy everyone's tastebuds.

Maa Laddu, Maladu, Maa Laddoo

Am running my second week of blogging marathon with Desserts as theme, after a lipsmacking Hyderabadi qubani ka meetha and an aromatic Gulkhand sooji ka halwa, my today's post goes to this delicious Maa laddoo. Trust me this maladu suits  prefectly also as a Diwali sweets to serve the friends and relatives. If you are afraid to try Boondhi laddoos which goes for frying and sugar syrup, you can just dish out this kind of easy laddoos for the Diwali celebrations.Give a try to this easy laddoos am sure you will definitely make this laddoos quite often.

Maa Laddoo, maladu, Pottukadalai Laddoo

1+1/2cups Roasted gram/Pottukadalai
1/2cup Powdered sugar
1/2cup Ghee
1/2tsp Cardamom powder
10nos Cashew nuts (chopped)

Grind roasted gram to a fine powder.

In a mixing bowl, add the roasted gram flour, powdered sugar, and cardamom powder.

Fry the chopped cashew nuts in one tablespoon of ghee until golden brown.

Add the cashew nuts to the flour mixture in the mixing bowl.

Heat the remaining ghee in low flame, slowly add the ghee to the flour mixture.

When the mixture is warm enough, start making small lemon round balls.

Finish the remaining flour by making the laddoos. Arrange the laddoos in an air tightened box.

Enjoy.

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9 comments:

beena stephen said...

Delicious

rajani said...

Oh who doesn't love this!! Absolutely delicious!

Srivalli said...

I am surprised you are yet to post this..lol..my favorite!

Harini-Jaya R said...

Looks very tempting.

Pavani N said...

Easy to make and absolutely delicious laddoos.

Sapana Behl said...

Never tried these ladoos. Bookmarked.

Chef Mireille said...

looks delicious and like the way you styled the photos

Varadas Kitchen said...

I have never had these but they sound delicious.

Sowmya :) said...

Such beautiful ladoos....