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Recipe Text


    • Semolina(Bombai Rawa, Suji) – 1 Cup (50ml Cup) 
    • Sugar – 1 Cup (50ml Cup) 
    • Grated Fresh Coconut - 1 Cup (50ml Cup) 
    • Cardamom – 5 
    • Edible Camphor(Pachha Karpuram) – Small Piece 
    • Raisins – 10 
    • Cashew Nuts - 7 
    • Ghee – 1tsp 
    • Milk For Binding Laddoos

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    Powder the sugar and take it in a bowl and keep it aside. Peel the cardamoms and take the seeds. Powder the cardamom seeds and camphor to a fine powder and keep it aside. Keep this powder in an airtight box till we use or else the sweet smell vanishes. Chop cashew nuts into pieces and keep them aside. 


    Heat a pan and fry semolina on low flame. I again emphasize on low flame frying so that it fries evenly. Fry semolina until dry. When tasted it should not have any rawness. The success of the dish depends upon the art of frying semolina. You may have to experiment a couple of times before you succeed. Here it took me 4 to 4 ½ minutes to fry this semolina. Now take this into a bowl and keep it aside. Fry the grated coconut in the pan till dry. It took me 1 ½ minutes to fry the grated coconut. Timings may vary—so check carefully and fry. Take a flat plate and add fried semolina, fried grated coconut, and powdered sugar and mix them well. When mixed, the mixture will be wet to touch because powdered sugar when mixed with hot semolina and hot grated coconut, melts releasing some moisture. Add powdered cardamom and camphor to the above mixture. Heat a pan and add 1tsp ghee to fry raisins. When fried they swell like balloons. Take care not to over fry which would spoil the taste. Remove the raisins and fry cashew nut pieces in the same ghee till golden brown. Add the fried raisins and cashew nut pieces to the semolina mixture and mix. Mix well with fingers. Now let us make laddoos. Add small quantity of milk to the mixture and mix. Take a fistful of the wet mixture and make laddoos. Add milk in small quantities only as and when required. If you add the milk all at one go, the mixture would become soggy and you can’t make laddoos. Therefore take care to add milk as per requirement and in little quantities. Arrange laddoos in a plate side by side to dry. Serve these mouth watering laddoos to your family members.

    Enjoy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Thank you Gayatri garu,

    I have tried out ravva ladoo, dondakaya curries from your recipies. They turned out very good and tasty. Look forward to watching more and more yummy recipies on your website. Best wishes

    May 30, 2011 2:39 AM

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    Anonymous said...

    Gayatri garu nenu rava ladoo recipes chosi chesanu baga vachindi. thank you very much.
    na post comment ki meru javab eicharu. meru chala manchi varu.chala chala chala sonthosham.


    April 20, 2011 11:14 PM

    Anonymous said...

    gayatri garu
    memu Rawa Ladoo try chesamu andi chala baga vachhinayyi
    memu tinnaka pakkana english vallaki kuda ichhamu vallu kuda baga istapaddaru e laddo ni

    June 18, 2009 6:52 AM

    Bloggergeetha said...

    hi gayitri
    your rava laddu recipe is very nice.my husband gave me good compliments.thank u very much.

    August 5, 2009 4:18 PM

    Sirisha said...

    Hey Gayathri...

    I really like your recipies... other day i tried Ravva laddu, itcame out so well.

    Thank you!


    December 15, 2008 7:50 AM

    Anonymous said...

    Hi Gayatri garu, This Sireesha, from Newjersey. yesterday i did watch ur video in youtube. I tried your Rawa laddu recipe.And it came out very well.I made rawaladdu twice before also but they were like stones.This time my husband praised me.So i wated to thank u for the wonderful recipe. I also watched some of the recipies in the website.I liked them and iam going to try.

    Keep uploading the recipes.Thank u once again.


    April 25, 2009 6:07 PM

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