Thursday, October 15, 2009

Naralipakache Ladu

One more Sweet for Diwali…….. How can we celebrate Diwali without varieties of laddoo. This year I have made Besan Ladoo and Naralipakache Ladoo. Naralipakache Ladoo is a combo of Rawa (sooji) and coconut. So one more item from Diwali pharal for u…..


Ingredients
Rawa/ sooji / semolina - 4 cups
Grated fresh coconut - 2 cups
Sugar - 1,1/4 cups
Pure ghee - 1 cup
Cardamom Powder - 1 teaspoon
Raisins - 1 tablespoon
Water - 3/4 cup


Procedure

Heat ghee in heavy bottom pan. Add rawa and stir continuously till it becomes slightly brown and gives nice aroma. Now add coconut and stir for another 4-5 minutes. Keep this mixture aside. Take a heavy bottom pan and add sugar and water. Make a syrup of it. Boil it stirring constantly till it reaches to one string stage (in marathi we say "Ektari pak".). If you touch the sugar syrup between your fingers one string will come. Now add raisins, cardamom powder to it and mix well. Now add rawa-coconut mixture. Mix it properly. Switch off the flame. Cover it and keep aside for 1 hour. Then make a small ladoos of this mixture.
Treat from Khaugiri for Diwali 2009 contest hosted by PriyaAnd Purva's Diwali DhamakaAnd Solkadhi's Festival Feast And Shreesha's Sweet Series event.

7 comments:

dyanna said...

I like your blog very much.I'm waiting for your new posts.
Have a nice day.

Khaugiri said...

Thanks Dyanna for the quick response!!!!

Pari said...

ladoo chhaan banale ahet. mala ajoon banavayache ahet.have made a few things, am getting no time to post them.

Jaya Wagle said...

I know these ladoos are yummy because my MIL makes these and they are yummy. Never got the recipe from her though, since she makes it all from 'andaz'. Thank you for another great recipe.

Mythreyi Dilip said...

Excellent laddoos!

Happy diwali to you and your family dear, may this diwali light up your life with prosperity and lots of happiness!!!

Preeti said...

Dear Khaugiri Blogger,

Thank you so much for sharing all your wonderful recipes. I just tried your microwave upma recipe and it turned out great. Very, very clever indeed!

I love the name of your blog...to those of us who are familiar with this word, it evokes many unique memories.

Thanks again, and Happy Diwali to you and your family!!

Best Regards,
Preeti

Purva Desai said...

Wishinvg u and ur family Happy Diwali, they look tempting and perfect entry for the event

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