Rava Laddu | Ravaa che Laddoo


Posted on April 16th, 2009

I love sweets. Most of the posts in Anu’s kitchen would be a simple dessert/sweet :D Here am posting the next sweet recipe. A easy and jiffy sweet “Rava Laddu” (Its called ravaa che laddoo in Marathi, my mother tongue :) ) There are various ways to prepare this. Here is a simple one.

Rava Laddu | Rave che Laddoo

Rava Laddu | Rave che Laddoo

Ingredients:

Rava (semolina) : 1 cup
Sugar: 1 cup
Elachi (cardamom) powder: 1 tsp
Cashwes: few
Ghee: 1/4 cup
Hot Milk (to make laddoos): 1/2 cup

Preparation Method:

  • Roast the rava till it turns slightly brownish in color.
  • Allow it to cool.
  • Fry the cashews in ghee.
  • Add the fried cashews, sugar, elachi powder and ghee to the roasted rava.
  • Add the milk little by little and make small balls out of the rava-sugar mixture
  • Rava laddoo is ready to relish.

Tips:

  • Since we add milk, the laddoos should be finished off within 2 days.
  • We can add coconut too, but I do not like the taste of coconut in this laddoo :)
  • Some even powder the roasted rava and sugar and then make laddoos. Either way it tastes gud!

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31 Responses to “Rava Laddu | Ravaa che Laddoo”

  1. pooja Says:

    Yummy ladoos Anu..Simple and easy recipe…Delicious post..

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  2. Priya Sriram Says:

    I love this yummy simple delicacy too! :)
    Anu, veruppethunadukku sorry.. :) We live in Vancouver, Canada… Sure you are welcome here any time dear!! :D In fact I encourage you to make a visit in Spring/Summer time… You’ll have a wonderful time! :)

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  3. Anu Says:

    Pooja thanks a lot
    Priya, hey sorry yellam venam pa… Oh wow. We visited Niagara (from canadian side) in last spring. We stayed at our relatives place in London (a small town in Canada). We thoroughly enjoyed the climate and serene place. Vancouver ku trip adikalam pole… :D

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  4. gururajan Says:

    very nice and simplest sweet by my sweet

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  5. varunavi Says:

    Nice rava ladoo,i add coconut and little milk to it.I have one in my draft will post it shortly

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  6. AnuSriram Says:

    Yummy ladoos… Looks perfect and delicious!

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  7. Priya Sriram Says:

    Hi Anu, I have shared an award with you in my blog.. Pls accept it :)

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  8. lissie Says:

    Anu, my grandmother used to make these ladoos..brings back memories…love them!

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  9. tvsrinivas Says:

    vaah vaah looks wonderful!

    but, somebody has removed cashews from laddoos -only one piece is seen :(

    today i ate rava laddoo in the evening :) – these too look similar – so must be very very tasty

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  10. Madhu Says:

    Ah! I love this rava laadoo!! My mom make this for varalakshmi pooja! I haven’t tried this myself..will sure give it a try!

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  11. kavitha Says:

    wow…yummy rava ladoos…hey anu, gotta award for in my blog da..collect it…chkout my 250th post for ur award dear…

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  12. Divya Vikram Says:

    Rava ladoos are my alltime favorite. perfect sanck!

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  13. Sujatha Says:

    Hi Anu, Rava ladoos look perfect! You have a nice blog here.. liked your authentic tamil recipes :)

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  14. prathibalrao Says:

    Hi Anu,

    Ireally loved ur way of preparing these ladoos. Good for starters to learn. Keep up the good work. Nice photo!!!!!!

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  15. Nirupama Says:

    Hey Anu,
    First time here…great recipes and also I like your travel articles.
    Cheers,
    Nirupama

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  16. Seena Says:

    Hi Anu, thanks for letting me know about you! Loved your blog.
    adding coconut to laddu makes it more tasty.
    visiting here prompted me make it again.. :)

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  17. goan mallu Says:

    hi anu, thanks for stopping by. new to your blog and there’s so much to see.

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  18. vidya Says:

    hi anu

    the ladoo looks great , plz clear my doubt , shall i jus add the sugar with the roasted rava and then add the cardoman powder and cashewnuts

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  19. vidya Says:

    the reason im asking is how the sugar would dissolve,pz help me

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    • Anu Says:

      Hi Vidhya, Glad that u liked the rava ladoo recipe :)
      U can add the sugar as such or powder it. Both ways taste would be gud. Incase u add the sugar as such (not powdered) then u find sugar granules along with the rava. Since we add milk (little by little) while making ladoos sugar sticks with rava and we can shape them as ladoos.

      If the sugar is powdered then we may not see the sugar granules in the ladoo :mrgreen:

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  20. Aisha Says:

    Anu,

    I also tired your rava laddu recipe and the laddus came out perfect! Thanks for sharing easy recipes with basic ingredients.

    Cheers,
    Aisha

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  21. s.balaji Says:

    very nice recipie. came out really well and kids enjoyed it. thanks.

    s.balaji

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  22. jeyashree Says:

    Like you i am also a super cook. marathi samayailai pathi avvalava theriyade.un kittae irundhu kathukaren. unnoda e-thambulam ideavai thirudiyachu

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  23. Raji Ramakrishnan Says:

    in my life time, i have not tried this even though it is my favourite. this diwali season, i must make this. shall follow ur recipe and get back to you.

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