August 13, 2020 6:20:54 pm
Most of us love ladoos, isn’t it? We like to have them after a meal, but would not mind enjoying one before our meal too! But we also agree that ladoos come soaked in ghee. So if ghee-laden ladoos are something you like to avoid, here is a simple and healthy alternative that you should try. As per Rekha Diwekar, celebrity nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar’s mother, ragi is an “extremely nutritious mid-meal” item and makes for a filling indulgence.
Here is the simple recipe.
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Ragi laddoos Ingredients – Ragi flour – 2 katoris Dates – 1 katori Ghee – 3/4 katori Sugar – 1 katori Dink (gond) – 1/2 katori Nutmeg – 1/4 tsp powder Dry fruits according to your choice. Steps – – Take ghee in a pan. Deep fry gond in ghee till it becomes fluffy. Grind into powder. – Now in the same ghee add ragi flour and roast well. – Cut dates into pieces. Fry for a while. – Now grind dates with sugar. – Mix roasted flour with all the ingredients and roll laddoos. You can add elaichi powder also instead of nutmeg powder. – This is an extremely nutritious mid-meal which you can carry also easily. Interestingly, nachani is named as RAGI by Shriram.RAGHUKULOTPANNA So RAGI.There is a story about this in Kanakdas Ramayan . Important messages are given in the form of stories in our ancient scripts.
2 cups – Ragi flour
1 cup – Dates
¾ cup – Ghee
1 cup – Sugar
½ cup – Dink (gond)
¼ tsp – Nutmeg powder
Dry fruits according to your choice
*Take ghee in a pan. Deep fry gond in ghee till it becomes fluffy. Grind into powder.
*Now in the same ghee, add ragi flour and roast well.
*Chop the dates and fry for a while.
*Now grind dates with sugar.
*Mix roasted flour with all the ingredients and roll ladoos.
*You can add elaichi powder also instead of nutmeg powder.
Would you like to try?
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