Sunday, 15 October 2017

Dry Fruit Ladoo

Dry Fruit Ladoo

Diwali Times. Guests visits. Serving them with same age old market sweets is not much fun.

I remember my grandparents used to prepare fresh sweets during festival times at home. This time I got the opportunity to have my mom with me. I took this opportunity to learn this sweet preparation. While preparing this, whole house was filled with the aroma of ghee, which we missed due to our love towards readymade stuff bought from market. Though this stuff is full of calories, but we need that also for our kids.

I feel you can also delight your guests and your family with this dish that will emphasize your love, your usage of most hygienic ingredients and your eagerness to be different.

Happy Diwali...





Preparation Time :  30 Min

Cooking Time :  40 Min

Ingredients :  



  • Wheat Flour 11/2 Cup
  • Sugar 11/4 cup 
  • Pure ghee 1 Cup
  • Mawa 250 gm
  • Makhana (fox nuts) 1 Cup dry roast with 1 tablespoon ghee and crushed 
  • Chopped and blanched almonds 1 cup
  • Chopped cashew nut 1 Cup
  • Rasine 1/2 cup
  • Dry coconut grated 1 Cup
  • Muskmelon seeds 2 table spoon roasted
Procedure :   
  • In a pan take makhana dry roast it with one tablespoon ghee, cool it and crush it
  • Chop all dry fruits and keep aside
  • Grate dry coconut and keep aside
  • In a grinder grind sugar and keep aside
  • In a heavy botton pan take ghee add wheat flour and cook it on low flame, around 20 to min minutes or till you get a nice aroma of roasted atta 




  • Once the atta is done nicely add crumbled mawa to this


  • Cook it for some time till atta and mawa are nicely mixed. Now close the flame
  • Now add sugar and all dry fruit mix it well 








  • Take a small portion of mixture on your palm and make a ladoo. 









Tip :  

  • You can change the quantity of dry fruits according to your taste