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Monday, June 15, 2009

Healthy Ladoo

Last one week was very boring as my laptop has gone for a toss and i was not able to figure it out what went wrong.I changed the adapter and battery and at last hubby's friend took the laptop and fixed the errors.I was not able to read or comment on any of the blogs which i visit regularly and my apologies to everyone.

My elder daughter used to very thin and very bad eater.She just hates dal and vegetables.My younger sister gave me this ladoo recipe when i went to hyderabad and my kid liked it very much and i make it a point to give her one everyday.
What you need :-

Udat dal 1 cup
Peanuts 1/2 cup
Oats 1/2 cup
Rice 1/2 cup
Cashew 1/4 cup
Jaggery 1-2 cups (crushed) Quantity can be changed according to ones taste
Ghee 1-2 cups
How to make:-

*Fry all the above ingredients except jaggery and ghee.
*Remove skin of peanuts.Let all the ingredients cool.
*Make coarse powder of all the ingredients and add crushed jaggery and ghee.
*Make the laddoos by shaping the mixture between your palms into round balls
*Store in a air tight container.

30 comments:

  1. Wow - looks so yummy! And healthy too!

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  2. Very nutritious with all those ingredients... will try sometime for my kids...thanks for sharing :)

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  3. wow looks so yummyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Saritha!!!!

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  4. nice way to make your daughter eat dal!! :D

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  5. Very yummy and healthy. Always love jaggery based sweets, they satisfy sweet cravings and are healthy too.

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  6. Ladoo looks very delicious, feel like eating some...ingredients are shallow fried right. recipe is easy.. thanks for sharing.

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  7. Thanx hcof,padma,aruna,superchef,shailaja,a2z and preeti :)

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  8. Very nutritious varunavi.....

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  9. laddu looks so tempting and yummy.

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  10. Thanx uma,parathiba and pavitra

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  11. Thankyou for visiting my blog ...it made me land into this mouthwatering,delicious looking,tempting blog.....i am going to try this ladoos this weekend..will let you know how they turned out...thanks for sharing.

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  12. wow realy avery healthy laddu saritha looks ayum yum yummy

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  13. Kavitha welcome here and thanks for the lovely comments

    Thanx rekha

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  14. wow! looks nutritious n delicious!
    join in the efm breakfast series going in my blog!

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  15. I love ladoos, and this looks really healthy delicous.

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  16. Oh wow my favourite...i will not add peanuts...will try this version...looks yum...Happy to see you back...

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  17. Wow,nice way of making kids eat healthy food...nice recipe!

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  18. Wow ...indeed very healthy ladoos..good click.

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  19. Wow this looks so delicious! And healthy!

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  20. Such a healthy ladoo, Oats and peanuts wow that sounds absoultely yumy!!!

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  21. Looks delicious.We call them Sathu Mavvu urundai/energy flour ladoos. It has some more good nuts and lentils in them. It can be had as a porridge too.

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  22. Such a healthy and tasty ladooo..looks yummm!!

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  23. protein packed ladoos..looks delicious saritha..

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  24. Healthy one. Nice way to make kids to eat.

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  25. wow Saritha looks nutritious n this recipe helps me a lot in feeding Rithvik:)

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  26. wow thanks for sharing this recipe,I will try this for my daughter.

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  27. quantity of jaggery and ghee is too much it dosent make this recipe healthy (saturated fats from ghee)

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