Maladu-Diwali Special


Maladu-Diwali Special


Ingredients
  • 2 cup dalia channa daal or Pottukadala
  • 3/4 cup sugar, powdered
  • 1/2 cup ghee or clarified butter
Directions

Dry roast the channa daal until it changes to a slight golden colour.
Do not burn the channa daal. Grind the roasted daal to a fine powder.
To this add melted ghee and powdered sugar, mix well to form a soft
dough. Make small balls out of this and store them in air tight container.

Comments

  1. WOW!!! Ippo kandal thonnum vrinda diwali agoshangal thudainkee ennu.. :)adichupolikku.. :)They looks so lovely. Feel like having some.Ente amma ethu edekey edekey undakum!!Apollo vendaa pakshe ipolo kothiyavunu!!

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  2. this looks yummy...happy diwali to u too...therez a small gift for u..plzz receive it..

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  3. Wow.. simple and yummy sweet. :) Fantastic click.

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  4. simple yet so delicious...wonderful click vrinda

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  5. Simple, easy and delicious ladoo..

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  6. They're really cute and perfect spheres!

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  7. what a perfect looking ladoo. very delish and nice color. i'm sure ur home was filled with nice aroma while roasting it.

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  8. puuurrrfect :-) Already started Deepawali celebs ?

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  9. Orennam ingotterinjeru kettooooo..yummy yummy maladu.

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  10. yummmmmmmmmm looks so tempting and perfect shape.

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  11. Have no idea what this is but what ever this is...I want to rush home and make it now!Looks damn good Vrinda!

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  12. These look perfectly delicious! Love the 3-ingredient recipe!

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  13. wow...adipoli item.njan 1st time aanu kelkunnathu.Simle and delicious.

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  14. Very inviting Laddoos Look Yummy Vrinda. You have some awards eaiting in my blog. Please collect dear...

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  15. They are new to me, but I can tell from the all the ingredients you used that they are a real treat.
    Angie's Recipes

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  16. I once took my friend Don to a nearby hotel and told him there is a ladoo We never had before called maladu...

    he was eager to eat the maladu... when the waiter brought it... he looked at me and asked... Abhi ari unda ennu paranja pore.... ha ha...

    I know maladu is prepared using kadala... but the hotel owner serves maladu with a mix of rice...

    happy Diwali to you, mahesh, Akku and all your family members...

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  17. Wow a healthy sweet there..waiting for me to try one...lovely click

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  18. Simple and yummy sweet Vrinda...

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  19. Hi vrinda..
    I have read this recipe over and over in Lakshmi nairs book....I wonder how it tastes....May be i had it from bakery...no Idea...Enthayalum adipoli saadanam...And the click is great as well..

    Pinney, there are few awards and a meme in my blog, pls get them...

    That caramel banana is making my mouth water...

    Hugs,
    shab..

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  20. Is it same as Besan Ladoo with a different name...i love them.Nice click.

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  21. Mmm.. yum yum..! Delicious click too! If you wish send this to my FIL-Ghee sweets event dear!

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  22. Oh wow...this looks really yummy! Love the pic too!

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  23. Laddus are my favorite sweet dish .....nice recipe. please collect your award from my blog

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  24. wow tempting ladoos. my kids love this a lot.nice click

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  25. Hi Vrinda, wishing you & your family a Happy Deepavali. Have a wonderful time. Cheers.

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  26. Wow they are so beautifully shaped.

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  27. Springbird:In maladu Dalia channa daal is used,but in Besan ladoo gram flour (made with regular channa daal) is used..Dalia can be eaten raw as peanuts..

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  28. Thanks for that clarifications...Then its definite try.

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  29. Laddus are looking lovely and what a tempting picture!!!!!!!

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  30. These sound so unique! So easy to make and I bet they are just delicious!

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  31. Simple n easy recipe..
    Happy Diwali...

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  32. OMG, my hubby just love laddus! And I'm drooling right now! Superb click! ;)

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  33. Wow..looks fantastic..excellent shot

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  34. looks yumm..perfect for festivals

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