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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Poha Laddu / Sweetened Beaten Rice Flakes' Balls / Atukula laddu

 
Here are some delicious laddus which happen to be a quick preparation. These are very easy even for a novice and are apt sweet choice for festivals like Diwali, and Krishnasthami.
Ingredients: (Yield 10 laddus)
2 cups beaten rice flakes / poha / atukulu
1/2 cup sweetened desiccated coconut / grated dry coconut
3/4 cup powdered jaggery *
2 cardamoms
2 tbsp. ghee
1 tbsp. each - cashews and raisins
2 tbsp. melted ghee or milk at room temperature to shape the laddus
* Adjust the quantity of the jaggery depending upon it's sweetness
 
Method:
* Toast rice flakes on medium flame in a wide pan until crisp. Transfer the flakes to a wide plate and let cool.
* Toast cashews and raisins in ghee until the cashews turn golden and the raisins turn plump. Keep them aside.
* Grind the cardamom seeds finely.
* Grind the beaten rice flakes, coconut, jaggery and cardamom in a blender / food processor finely. Remember to grind the mixture fine since coarsely ground poha bits are hard to chew.
* Transfer the ground mixture to a wide plate and add the toasted cashews and raisins along with the ghee. Mix well and add extra ghee / milk as needed to shape the mixture to balls.
* Make lime sized balls using the mixture. Store them in a bottle or a container with a tight lid. Refrigerate them if milk was used to shape the balls.
 
This goes to Blogging marathon #73, under the theme 'Sweets prepared in less than an hour'. Check here to find out what the other marathoners are cooking as part of the BM.

Comments

9 comments:

Gayathri Kumar said...

These laddus look awesome. Such an easy recipe for beginners..

insearch ofscrumptious said...

super creative way to use poha!

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said...

Easy laddu to prepare during hectic weekdays. Love these simple yet delicious recipes.

Harini-Jaya R said...

Simple and tasty. A good option for naivedyam.

Priya Suresh said...

All time favourite Laddus, just love this to the core.

Pavani N said...

Easy and flavorful laddoo made with poha.

Archana Potdar said...

Send some across dying to eat something sweet right now.

Srivalli said...

Wow those laddos have turned out great suma..

Priya Srinivasan said...

Ladoos are our favorite, easy to make, very versatile,love your version of poha ladoos!