Monday, May 3, 2010

Gulpavate - The Rustic Ladoo


      

         Indulging our sweet tooth over the weekend, we decided to make this old recipe of our mom's, she would always have plenty of these in a huge jar over the summer holidays .
      
        We call these ' Ladoo On Demand ' !!!...very rustic ..... love these!

This is our entry for : Cooking with seeds : Cardamom,  hosted by Priya

Ingredients: serves 2-4
Rava/Cream of wheat : 1 cup
Atta/wheat flour: 1/4th cup
Jaggery: ¾ cup
Desiccated coconut: 1/4th cup
Cardamom powder: 1tsp
Saffron: few strands
Almond, cashew and raisins: handful
Ghee: 4 tbsp
Milk: 3-4 tbsp

Heat 2 tbsp of ghee and roast almond, cashews and raisins, add the rava and wheat flour. Roast till the rava and wheat flour turns brownish red, now add the desiccated coconut, and turn off the heat. Sprinkle cold milk on this rava mix and keep aside.

In a pan, melt the jaggery with little water and make thin consistency syrup. After it comes to a boil, turn off the heat.

Add the rava mix with cardamom and saffron to the syrup. Now add the remaining ghee and allow it to cool a bit, and then shape into balls. Enjoy!! Print Friendly and PDF

21 comments:

  1. Wow, they look so lovely !!! Beautiful pic.

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  2. That looks great. Never had one, but would love to try it. Thank you for exposing me to something new. Cheers!

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  3. love the crunch of rava laddo. looks delicious.

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  4. Beautiful Ladoo.

    An award waiting for you

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  5. First time here! Love it. your previous entry on polish pottery looks amazing. even I'm big fan of collecting untensils.
    will be back to see more.

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  6. Thanks All!!

    Nisha: Thank you so much for the recognition and congratulations on your awards. :)

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  7. Stunning--they look delicious! I've seen ghee in several places on the internet but have never tried cooking with it. Thanks for sharing this recipe and the links to the some of the harder-to-find items.

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  8. Thanks LBTurner!! Ghee is an integral part of Indian cooking...we make our own homemade ghee!!!:)

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  9. Ladoo looks perfect and delicious :-)
    Nice click !!!

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  10. wow che delizia! complimenti!

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  11. mmmmmmmmmmm..che delizia! complimenti!

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  12. I've never had a Ladoo but I certainly would not mind trying one!

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  13. I've never tried this but it looks delicious!

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  14. This looks amazing, I bet the taste is superb..

    sweetlife

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  15. I have never made this, but you have inspired me to try. It looks beautiful. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  16. Hi, Coming from Divya's blog..
    Lovely spinach parata. You got wonderful recipes.

    Gald to follow you..

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  17. oh my... the ladoo's look delicious... i love the raisins popping out and the rava specs...

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  18. Girls,

    looks inviting....I can smell the aroma of roasted rava :-) will prepare this weekend!

    SK

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  19. This ladoo looks so good that I am craving for it....will try it :-) yum!!

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  20. the ladoos look so delicious, rava and wheat!!, that's new to me!!

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