Singhara & Sabudana Laddoo | Navratri Vrat Recipes

Singhara & Sabudana Laddoo | Navratri Vrat Recipes

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Navratri is coming to end and hope all of you having wonderful time celebrating.  Today is Ashtami which consider very auspicious and last day for Navratri fasting.  This year is more of singhara recipes from me and to complete the festive here comes very easy, quick and delicious singhara and sabudana laddoo.  This melt in mouth laddoos are delicious making it not only a good vrat recipe but for any occasion, this is in my do list for Diwali too.  I used very less of ghee to make these laddoo and added water to help in binding which is my usual way of doing it, if you wish you can skip water and add more melted ghee which will sure enhance the taste further.   
Try these easy laddoo and I am sure you going to love it as we did.  Before moving over the recipe Wishing everyone Happy Ashtami.  Check out other Navratri and Vrat recipes here.

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Ghee - 2 tbsp (3/4 cup  melted ghee if want to bind ladoo with ghee)
Singhara Atta/Water Chestnut Flour - 1 Cup
Sabudana Atta/Sago Flour - 1 Cup [method below]
Sugar Powder - 1 Cup
Cardamom Powder - 1/2 tsp
Chopped Dry Fruits - 3 tbsp [ I used cashews, almonds, raisins]
Warm Water/Milk - 2-3 tbsp [if using only ghee, avoid this]



1. Start with making sadudana/sago flour, for that take sabudana in a mixer or coffee grinder and grind into smooth powder.  I kept just a little coarse the powder which give nice texture to laddoos. Also grind sugar and cardamom seeds into fine powder and keep aside.
2.  Heat  ghee in a pan or wok heat ghee add singhara and sabudana flours and roast in medium flame until golden brown and fragrant.  
3. Keep stirring in intervals to avoid burning of flours. Add powder sugar and cardamom powder and stir everything well, off flame. 
4. Add dry fruits and stir well to combine everything.  Keep aside to let it cool down a bit but still warm.
5.  Once the flour cool enough to handle but still warm,  on small portion of flour sprinkle 1 tbsp of warm water or milk, mix well to combine. Take little flour in hand & keep pressing and routing to shape it into round laddoo.
I sprinkle little water in small portion of flour, mix well, take little amout of flour and shape into laddoo/balls.   Water helps to bind the flour.  You can also use milk instead of water. If you want to use ghee, then add melted ghee mix everything well and shape into ladoo.
Store in air tight containers and it stays good for 12-15 days or perhaps more than that but mine gets over in 2 weeks.  Enjoy these delicious, soft, melt in mouth ladoo.

Other Sago (sabudana) Recipes you might like
Have a nice day ~~
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  1. I loved ur navratri vrat recipes priti..though we do not follow the fast in the way it is observed in d North,these recipes tempted me to try them..Loving those cute neatly shaped laddoos,I would hv been more happy if u had shared them wid me..;)

  2. wow very well explained dear,wonderful recipes around here...thanks for sharing it.First click amazing.

  3. Very new and interesting recipe to me. nicely clicked

  4. Wow..the ladoos looks superbly delicious..tempting..

  5. Never heard of this would love to try.nice pictures!

  6. Lovely delicious Laddoo....Beautiful click!!

  7. Very new to me....love the color...they look delectable...

  8. Just drooling here, irresistible.

  9. Looks divine,healthy and yum ladoos...

  10. That looks awesome, perfect healthy ladoos.

  11. Interesting recipe..will try it out.

  12. super step by step pics preethi! Looks great, first time seeing singhara flour - new to me. Happy Navarathri :)

  13. WOnderful and very interesting ladoos, enjoying ur navratri vrat recipe collection Priti,you rock dear.

  14. Preetee u have made this fasting season a feasting one..:-) With soo many yummy recipes! This laddus look soo inviting..Nice clicks! Happy Navami:-)


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