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Suji Ladoo, Mathi, Namakpara & Sev - Diwali Special

Suji Ladoo, Mathi, Namakpara & Sev - Diwali Special

Few of the bloggers keep asking me Diwali details and things which we have made for Diwali & kept waiting for the post. So here is all the goodies we made for Diwali, we scrap the idea of making gujjia, murukku and few more sweets due to time limitation. Here presenting Sujji/Rava Ladoo, Mathi, Namakpara and Sev.


Sujji/Rava Ladoo: There are many ways of making sujji/rava ladoo but I always follow this method which I find is easy and gud for me.

We need:
Sujji/Rava/Semolina - 2 cup
Sugar - 3/4 cup (change according to taste)
Cardamom - 4-5
Cashews & Raisins - few
Dessicated Coconut - 1/2 cup
Ghee/Classified butter - 2-3 tps
Water - 1/2 cup

Method:

1. Make powder of sugar and cardamom and keep aside.
2. Heat ghee in a pan, fry cashews keep them aside.
3. In the same pan add the rava and fry until the colour turns light brown or the aroma start filling the air.
4. Let the rava cool down a bit, make 1/2 portion of the roasted rava in to powder in mixi and mix with the remaining roasted rava.
5. Add sugar powder and few cashews and raisins to rava and well mix.
6. Take small amount of the mixture, sprinkle little water & 1/2 tbs coconut and give them shape of ladoo, roll then over coconut and keep aside. Follow the procedure for the remaining mixture. (always sprinkle water in batches, if not the texture will not be good)

Simple and yummy Ladoo is ready.


Namakpara check recipe here and spicy namak para here or diamond cuts

For Sev check recipe here


The plate goes to FestiveFood: Diwali event hosted by me. Rush in your entries by 6th Nov 08.

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53 comments:

  1. yummy yumm..this is one of the reasons I love Deepavali :) loads of goodies to eat. Your plate looks inviting Priti

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  2. haah at last u posted all those haa looks so so so yummy dear can i have that plate please

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  3. lovely plate of goodies .. looks like u had a real blast

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  4. Oh so many goodies, lovely entry

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  5. Your plate looks mouthwatering and tempting...All my favorite ones sev ,mathi and NAMAKPARA

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  6. I have tasted all the 3 except for mathi.....looks like a sweet......

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  7. yum yum yummy! Wonderful sweets and savories... I wish I could celebrate Diwali again with u...

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  8. wish I could sneak the whole plate, looks way too tempting.

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  9. wow, yummy platter. so many delicious festival treats.

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  10. send me a plate please :-) looks delicious..

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  11. nice goodies...loved the ladoos..

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  12. Plate looks inviting. Iam comming over get ready to serve all these. (hehehe)

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  13. Everything out there looks so special!!! Love those sev:)

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  15. Wow!Wonderful sweets and savories...looks delicious..

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  16. Everything looks wonderful and perfect for Diwali Snacks....I am sure u'll had wonderful time feasting on these snacks...

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  17. Wow great festival treat... !:)Too tempting

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  18. Wonderful treats priti..everything looks delicious..love those coconut rolled rava ladoos..

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  19. Everything looks delicious...loved your take on rava ladoo...will give it a try soon :-)

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  20. Deleicious Plate.. Rava laddoo looks yummy :)

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  22. Yummmmmm entry priti, everything looks delicious and divine!!!!

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  23. Lovely entries -surely you blasted this Diwali with these.

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  25. Ah, I should have been at your place for Diwali :)

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  26. very tempting pics dear :).lovely photographs for diwali

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  27. so mnay goodies!! looks lovely!!!!

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  28. Wow priti this time diwali is really very special... wonderful things wah wah!!!

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  30. Wow.. Very nice spread of sweet and snack for Diwali !! Looks yum Priti !!

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  33. hey priti...am back yaar..its looks u had a blast on diwali huh?......a small treat for u on my blog..

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  34. everythin looks yum,,,specially the mathris,..:-)

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  36. Thanks Priti, for the encouragement and for keeping me going. I can't tell you how much it means to me. Hope to see a blog update from you soon now!

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  41. Lovely Diwali delicacies! Can I have some of those?

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  42. Hi Dear,

    Whats wrong with you, it more than a week and no new posts on your blog, don't even see you online these days. Very busy????

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  47. wonderful plate of fabulos sweets. look awesome and inviting. A gift is waiting for u pick up pick up....

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  48. Thanks for the laddoo recipe Priti. I was looking for ways to make my laddoos stay for a long time, so didn't want any recipes that used milk or water. Your trick about grinding half of the roasted semolina worked like a charm- the laddoos came together and binded perfectly without having to put any milk or water!!! Thanks once again!

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