I hope all of you are busy preparing for Krishna Jeyanthi/Janmashtami and few of you are celebrating the same. Best wishes from Kitchen Kathukutty on this special occasion. I was away from blogging for quite a few days and it happened so unexpectedly. My grandmom fell sick and it took some time to get things settled.I wanted to post a lot of recipes which I had tried for the upcoming festive season. But unfortunately couldn’t and now I am posting one of the simplest and all-time favourite festive season recipe of our family. My son just loves it. this lot was prepared by my mom for my son and you can find some small cracks in them due to travel . My camera had a small damage and I missed a few pictures including the step by step pictures of this recipe.
I shall soon update them when I make it next time. Check out other recipes for this festive season here.All recipes would be mostly prepared without sugar/maida/milk to maake it more healthy.We call this Cheeni Urundai at home and it is also called maa laddu/maa ladoo/pottu kadalai urundai or pori kadalai urndai.This is very simple sweet which can be prepared with just three ingredients.
Roasted Bengal Gram/Pottu Kadalai-1 cup
1. Measure all ingredients and keep them ready.
2. Powder roasted bengal gram into a fine powder and set it aside.
3. Powder sugar separately.
4.Now add both the powders in the mixer and transfer into a wide bowl.
5.In a pan add ghee and heat it slightly.
6.Add ghee little by little to the mixture and make firm balls.
7.Store in an airtight container.
This needs some practice and one easy method to make perfect ladoos is to do it in batches.
Please have a word with your doctor before introducing any new food.
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