Monday, September 23, 2013

atta-ladoo-recipe

I tasted atta ladoo only once when my friend Sangeeta made me when she visited me. It was tasting good and I was surprised that its atta ladoo. And loved the way she had decorated the ladoo with some pistachio toppings. I thought of trying on my own and asked her for the recipe. It was similar to other ladoo recipes like rava ladoo and aval ladoo. Simple but healthier when compared to rava ladoo. Mainly this can be made and given to kids as its healthy for them. And us? well its good only with lots of ghee in it. So, its up to you
Nerd. With Navaratri and Diwali coming up, this can be made easily and gift packed. So thought of posting this.

atta-laddu-recipe

Atta ladoo recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Sweet
Prep Time: 15 mins    |  Cook time: 15 mins    Makes: 15 small laddus

Ingredients


Wheat flour/ Atta  1 cup 
Sugar  1/2 cup heaped 
Ghee  1/2 cup 
Elachi  2 
Pistachios  4 tblsp 

Method

  1. Roast atta well in medium flame stirring continuously. If you feel its turning brown quickly at bottom, you can even roast in low flame. Roast very well, until it turns golden brown, taking care not to burn it. Powder sugar with elachi seeds.
  2. 1-atta-ladoo
  3. Take both atta and powdered sugar in a mixing bowl. Melt ghee and add it to this and mix well.
  4. 2-atta-ladoo
  5. Now keep a shallow bowl with a tblsp of melted ghee and powder pistachios coarsely and take it in another shallow bowl/ plate. Shape ladoos and dip(touch) a small part of the ladoo in ghee.
  6. 3-atta-ladoo
  7. Then the ghee dipped part in powdered pistachios. This way it sticks to the ladoos. Continue the same to finish.
  8. 4-atta-ladoo

Notes

  • Never compromise in ghee, otherwise may not taste good, this is the tip from my friend.
  • You can increase sugar if you want
  • You can skip the pistachio part and add chopped, ghee fried nuts of your choice, mix and make ladoos.
  • Instead of powdering the pistachios, you can also thin slice it and follow the same.

Aren’t they appealing and tempting enough to try? I arranged them in these cute little muffin liners.


atta ladoo recipe

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38 comments:

  1. Wow....nice...seems easy, will surely try this one!!

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  2. Super tempting ladoos, lovely presentation. Though i have made it never tasted it as i did for a temple neivedhyam once

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  3. looks yummy. will surely try and let uknow.......keep posting more such recipes

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  4. These sound very simple and interesting.....that's a nice tip to stick pistachio to ladoo's....thanks for sharing...

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  5. Sooper bfull prep.. love it

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  6. Looks yumm..like the pistachios garnish..l

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  7. ladoos looks yumm n nice...perfect

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  8. lovely laddoos ... nice presentation

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  9. So tempting ladoos.. Nice clicks Raks

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  10. These look lovely!! I love the contrast of pistachios on the bron laddus!!

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  11. wow!!! a nice healthy ladoo

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  12. Wholesome and tasty to look at ladoos. A perfect prelude to the festive season.
    Deepa

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  13. Lovely, healthy and tempting ladooo

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  14. perfectly made laddoos.. yummy!!

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  15. Laddoos look so tempting.

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  16. Addictive and very attractive laddoos..

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  18. Wonderful presentation ! Raks !

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  19. Can I use raw sugar instead of white sugar.

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    1. Sure it would be a nice twist.

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    2. Thank u.ladoo came out well with raw sugar.

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  20. wow looks so good raks only u can make the simple dish look stunning with ur patience decoration .lovely pa

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  21. i love this! i am sure the flavour of atta is fabulous.

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  22. I have one doubt....We need to cool down the atta before shaping the laddoo or it has to be done when the flour is hot.

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  23. hi how long can this keep in an airtight container?

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  24. Hi Raks, I always wait for your Diwali recipes. This is another fabulous recipe and thank u and to your friend for sharing. Want to try this in a smaller quantity for my son as he loves laddoos, even if I make a ball of rice, he will eat it calling it laddoo :-)

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  25. Have been planning to make them since a year...dono when the day will come...Yours look very nice, lovely clicks too!

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  26. I have a doubt here.. u said to dip in the ghee at the last, can we add some ghee before making it into shape??

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  27. yummy ladoo i did it today yes it tastes more taste with ghee thank you.....

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  28. Tried this Ladoo and it tasted so good, we all loved it :) Thanks so much for the recipe and thanks to your friend too :)

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  29. Hi Raks , I tried this atta ladooo today and it came out very well....My hubby liked it very much.....Keep rocking always:)

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  30. fantastic laddoo i loved it alot my kid 9mnths old he eat ladoo regularly he also loves it

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  31. I made dem today... Came out very well :-)

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  32. Hi, Done this today and that too in Microwave. 25 laddoos in just 30 minutes. Simple and tasty. Came out excellent. Thanks for sharing.

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  33. Hi I am making these today for a friend who is having a party. Have never tried Indian sweets before but this recipe looks so delicious and easy. Please can you tell me how long they keep and do I have to store them in an air tight container? One other questions please, what can be used for someone who has a wheat allergy (gluten free) could gluten free flour be used for this? Thank you so much for posting such delicious recipes

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    1. You can keep this in a close container, preferably airtight one for 5 days. If refrigerated you can keep it good for 2 weeks.
      If you want to make it as gluten free, you can try making ladoos with flattened rice, if you can get it in your part of world : check this recipe http://www.rakskitchen.net/2013/08/aval-laddu-recipe-poha-ladoo-easy.html

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