Friday, September 24, 2010

Dry Fruits Laddoos

Dryfruits laddoos are highly nutritious and these laddoos are traditionally given to young mothers during for few months after delivery,this helps new mothers to recover back also helps lot for lactation, this dry fruits laddoos is quite famous in Karnataka.. These laddoos tastes marvellous and its quite addicting, yep u cant stop enjoying them..Edible gum plays an important role in this laddoos, fortunately i got them from Indian grocery and immediately i picked it..Quick, easy and healthy laddoos tastes marvellous also healthy since this laddoos goes for nuts, dates and raisins..


Dry Fruit Laddoo

1cup Cashew
1cup Almonds
1/2cup Raisins
1/2cup Dates
1cup Edible gum
1cup Sugar
Milk (as per need)
2tsp Ghee
1tbsp Cardamom powder

Roast the almonds, cashews in ghee and keep aside, meanwhile chop the dates and raisins as small pieces..Dry roast the edible gum in a heavy bottomed pan on low flame until it puffs up..grind the roasted edible gum, roasted nuts, chopped fruits and sugar as coarse powder, sprinkle milk, cardamom powder and mix well....

Make medium sized balls from this mixture and store in an air tightened box..

40 comments:

  1. Oh..I was looking for this recipe for so long..will make it n let you know..thanks a lot priya for shaing..You rock gal!!

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  2. what is edible gum? is it known as Gond in North India. I used to munch on these prepared by a friend;s mother. its said that having those laddus in winter helps to fight cold.
    your version looks the same and I wish grabbing that plate right now.

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  3. Thanks Aipi..

    @Sayantani, yes its gond..its exactly the same, its helps to fight the cold also..

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  4. These look great! All kinds of nuts...they must taste wonderful.

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  5. wow...love you Priya...such lip smacking laddos...my mouth is watering actually as I write this

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  6. Cute little laddoos.I never knew there is something called edible gum. Will give search this weekend !!

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  7. I am sure, i cannot stop with one or two laddos...Looks very inviting

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  8. winter or not!...these are truly addictive!...yummy!!

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  9. feel like finishing that plate..YUM YUM!!

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  10. LOvely ladoos priya....sounds very taste....

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  11. yummy looking ones..My mom made similar laddoos for me but I think they had lot many ingredients ..gotto chk my notes :)

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  12. wow..luv gond ke ladoos..we make it in different way but more or less ingredients r same..ur's look delish priya..luv the colour too !

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  13. Laddos look rich. yummy presentation.

    http://aaha-oho.blogspot.com/

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  14. Hey Priya,

    That's a very nice recipe. This is called as antina unde in kannada. And I just love them :)

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  15. Lovely ladoos..do send this to my event..

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  16. ahhhhhhhhhhh..healthy ladoos priya...i ate loads of it after my delivery...very nutritious n sinfully deadly...craving for some now darling..looks too goooooooooooood

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  17. Nice healthy and filling laddoo's Priya.

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  18. this looks healthy and yummy...once i did by adding wheat flour...this looks quick too!! will sure try it!!

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  19. wow, this one looks delicious, healthy and yum yum

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  20. Nice recipe Priya. I have to search of edible gum now.

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  21. What a healthy laddoo!Is it available as edible gum in indian store or does it have a different name?

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  22. Wow.. I didn't know it had so many benefits.

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  23. haven't used edible gum before this looks delicious

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  24. Wow! Very lovely laddus! They're gobble-worthy and nutritious! Slurp!

    Nandini's Food Page

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  25. http://blogintamil.blogspot.com/2010/09/blog-post_22.html

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  26. This sounds very chewy and I can see why it is addictive! Yummy.

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  27. new to me, will give it a try, laddus are my hubby's favourites!

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  28. Very delicious and nutritious laddoos! nice click!!

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  29. wow i can have all of it..so yummy ladoos...

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  30. This laddoo is totally new to me! Looks really good ya! Need to find the edible gum...;)

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  31. Hi Priya,

    I am Prathiba from The indian food court. These ladoos are really tempting. The only change i make is i add jaggery instead of sugar!!!!!

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  32. delicious laddoos .. i too make the same way but i didnot add edible gum (u r lucky to get it in indian store)

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  33. Wow,should be tasting great! Nice way to include nuts to my kid,should try soon!

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  34. குழந்தைகளுக்கு பிடித்த சூப்பர் ஹெல்தியான லட்டு...

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