Friday, July 3, 2015

Yellow Moongdal & Rice Flakes Laddoo/Paasiparuppu Aval Laddoo

Quick and easy laddoos, they have their own place in my Diwali sweets. Most of the time during Indian festivals, we dont have that much time to prepare sweets and savouries, obviously i'll always stick with quick dal based laddoos. They are damn easy to make and need less ingredients when compared to the boondi laddoos we usually makein big batches. My all time favourite laddoo is one of the famous Andhra special laddoos called Sunnundalu, prepared with dehusked black gram dal. My aunt makes excellent sunnundalu, everytime i go to Hyderabad she never fails to prepare this laddoos and pack them specially for me. My today's post goes to a dal based sweet, but my version is with yellow moong dal and rice flakes.

Moongdal & Rice flakes Laddoo


I used thin rice flakes and dehusked yellow moong dal, both works awesome in this laddoo. This laddoos take hardly 15 minutes to get ready. Dry roasting both yellow moongdal and rice flakes takes few minutes to get ready else this laddoos is very quick to prepare. A simple and healthy laddoo to feed easily anyone at home. You can prepare this laddoos in a jiffy in case if you have sudden guests at home. Served along with a cup of coffee or tea, these laddoos makes a prefect evening snacks. You can pack this laddoos in snack box for school going kids. Am running the first week of this month's blogging marathon with Lentils in 3 ways and this laddoos goes under this theme.

Moongdal laddoos with rice flakes

1/2cup Yellow moong dal
1/2cup Rice flakes
1cup Sugar
1/2cup Ghee
6nos Green cardamoms
Few Cashew Nuts

Grind together the sugar and cardamoms as fine powder.

Meanwhile dry roast the yellow moongdal  and rice flakes separately until the aroma comes out,keep aside and let it cool..

Heat few drops of ghee and roast the cashew nuts until brown, keep aside.

Grind the dry roasted yellow moongdal and rice flakes as bit coarse powder and add now with already powdered sugar-cardamom mixture,fried cashew nuts.

Heat the ghee and add gradually to the flour-sugar mixture and turns them as round shaped balls...

Arrange them in air tightened box.

Stay prefect for a week in room temperature.

Paasiparuppu, aval laddoo



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17 comments:

  1. Ladoo looks perfect.. love the shape and flavour of it

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  2. Nice combo there .. Ladoos look great

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  3. Ok Priya ! Now i got these , definitely trying them assp . They look super delicious snd i am drooling!

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  4. Wholesales and delicious looking ladoos. Wish I was there to get a taste of it.
    Deepa

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  5. Looks so sinful Priya..and such an easy one to make too..

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  6. Healthy ladoo and it's perfectly shaped

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  7. they look yumm...Wish I could grab one off the screen

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  8. Perfect perfect laddoos!! Awesome priya!

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  9. Very interesting laddoos with moong dal and poha. They look just perfect.

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  10. perfect yum ladoos..droolworthy...

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  11. These are totally new to me and looks delicious. So easy to make. Lovely recipe Priya!

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  12. delicious and interesting laddu!! love the addition of poha in it!!

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  13. Definitely this is an interesting combo and the Laddus look yummy.

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  14. wow!!! easy to make ladoos. Bookmarking this for the next festival

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  15. Interesting combo, healthy ladoos.

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  16. Very innovative and healthy laddu. Perfectly shaped too :)

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