Antine unde | Dinkache ladoo | Gond ke laddu (Dry Fruit Laddu)

Posted on February 27th, 2010

Wishing you all a very happy Holi :) Am here with a Holi (virtual) treat – Dry fruits ladoo!! A healthy and tasty recipe that everyone would love.

Antine unde | Dinkache Ladoo | Gond ke laddu

Antine unde | Dinkache Ladoo | Gond ke laddu

Dry dates (Khajur): 100 gms
Cashew: 100 gms
Raisin: 100 gms
Almond: 100 gms
Edible gum: 50 gms
Dessicated coconut (Copra): 50 gms (grated)
Poppy seeds (Khus khus): 50 gms
Jaggery: 250 gms
Ghee: 250 gms

Preparation Method:

  • Heat ghee and fry dry dates, gum, almonds, raisins, cashews, copra and poppy seeds.
  • Make sure that they are not over fried!
  • Allow the mixture to cool and then coarsely powder it.
  • Mix jaggery in water (1 tbsp is enough) and allow it to boil.
  • Keep boiling till we get one string consistency.
  • Remove it from the stove top.
  • Now add dates/nut mixture with jaggery syrup and start making ladoos.

Dinkache ladoo is usually given to nursing mothers. The dry fruits and nuts provide the nutrients and strength to the new mother.

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6 Responses to “Antine unde | Dinkache ladoo | Gond ke laddu (Dry Fruit Laddu)”

  1. VVK Says:

    Love this website! Are you Marathi? Have you tried “Aleev” ladoo?


  2. Sonal Says:


    Love the website.
    When does the edible gum get in?? I am trying this for the first time.



    • Anu Says:

      Thanks Sonal.

      Oops I had forgotten to mention that…!! Thanks for asking. Gum should be fried with dates/nut mixture. Have included that in the post. Thanks again.


  3. sangeeta Says:

    Antine unde | Dinkache ladoo | Gond ke laddu is these laddus are safe for pregnant women in 7th month


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