Mar 17, 2012

FriedChannaDal & Oats Laddu - Putnalu - Oats Laddu

Fried channa dal (Putnalu, veyinchina senagapappu) and oats laddu Yes normaly we make Putnala laddu with only Putnalu and jaggery. This time I wanted to make it little different mixing some other ingredient to Putnalu. First I thought of mixing dry fruitd like powdered cashew and badam. Then I thought already I am making laddu with Putnalu that is very rich in protein high in calories so what else we can add. Then suddenly oats came to my mind yes good choice isn't it?. Like that this recipe born. The recipe is very easy to make and laddus's taste so delicious hope you all like this recipe.
Today is the second day of blogging marathon and this recipe is the better choice for my theme Festival Food - quick and easy mithai. So let's check the recipe..
Photobucket INGREDIENTS:---
Putnalu (Roasted channadal, Dhaliya) --- 1 cup
Oats  ----  1/2 cup
Grated jaggery  ---- 1 cup (you can adjust according to your taste)
Cardamom Powder  -- 1/2 tea sp
Ghee (clarified butter)  --- 1/2 cup 
Camphor(pachi karpooram)  --- a very small piece
If you do not like to add full ghee then reduce ghee to 1/4 cup and add 2 tab sp s of hot milk when to making laddus.
METHOD:---
1. Roast putnalu till the raw smell goes.
2. Grind Putnalu  and oats in to fine powder (If you do not have cardamom powder then add cardamom seeds to putnaalu and grind in to fine powder)
3. Melt ghee and set a side.
4. Take Putnalu powder, oats powder, Grated jaggery, cardamom powder, camphor and mix with your hand to combine well every thing.
5. Now add melted ghee little by little at a time and make laddus.
This laddus will stay for one month out side no need to keep in the fridge, store in a air thight container , If you add milk to make laddus then they will stay for 2days out side and for 1 week in the fridge.
This is my second recipe for blogging marathon 14 th edition in the theme of Festival food - quick and easy mithai let's check the marathon page

21 comments:

Srivalli said...

I know it must be that melt in the mouth texture right..looks so good..

maha said...

yummy laddus.looks wonderful....
Maha

Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi said...

very tempting laddus there!

Unknown said...

Hi Padma, I love ladoos and you have made it healthy too so will definitely try it. Super!!! Jayanthi(www.sizzlingveggies.com)

Preeti Garg said...

yummy and healthy laddu....

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Suma Gandlur said...

They look yummy. Love the idea of combining oats and roasted gram.

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Santosh Bangar said...

nice ane new idea of making healthy laddoos

Rajani S said...

i love anything sweet and these ladoos look so good!

Uma said...

mmm. tempting laddu.

sangee vijay said...

wow...delicious n healthy laddus...perfectly shaped ones!!
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Poonam Borkar said...

yummy laddus..you have made them perfectly!!
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Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

looks yum! Must be great...

vidhas said...

yummy ladoos. perfect shape.

Hari Chandana said...

Nice combination.. looks delicious :)
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Rasi said...

I have tasted these before & they just melt in your mouth.. Loved the addition of oats & god! you have given the perfect shape :)

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Aarthi said...

yummy ladoos

veena krishnakumar said...

Ladoos are looking very yummy...picture is making me drool here

Kalyani said...

Ladoos are so much my weakness, and these are very very tempting, dear!


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PJ said...

Ladoos look perfect and adding oats is great!