Monday, November 3, 2008

Semolina Sweet - Rava laddoo




I recently made rava ladoo, by following the recipe in aayi's blog. I used Earth Balance natural buttery spread instead of ghee.

Rava laddoo are not only easy to make, but they also taste great.

17 comments:

Mihl said...

Thank you so much for sharing this.
I recently discovered laddoo in an ayurvedic restaurant in my town. They call them fruit truffles and they taste amazing. Your semolina variety looks great!

Usha said...

Looks delicious...this is one of my fave sweets :-)

aTxVegn said...

Those turned out perfect!

Vaishali said...

Dear Kumudha, where have you been? I've missed you!

സിജി said...

I came across this blog while searching for a Vegan fruit cake. I'm surprised and extremely happy to see an Indian vegan blog. In all my years in the US I haven't come across an Indian vegan. This is a great blog and will surely try your recipes.

Rural Vegan said...

I've had these once before and they were fantastic. Thanks for the inspiration!

SriLekha said...

looks delicious!
first time to ur blog and it is too good!
do visit my blog when u find time and join in the savory event going in my blog!
Wish u a very happy new year!

Gnewvegan said...

looks yummy. I was looking at the recipe and I was wondering is that a wheat flour?

Gnewvegan said...

Thank you for your advice.

anudivya said...

THis looks pretty neat Kumudha... I normally make them with less sugar and also use milk instead of ghee to bring them together to a ball.
But I guess it could be substituted with soy/almond milk too.

Malar Gandhi said...

My fav' laadu, looks perfect for me...

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

ladoo looks wonderful kumudha. thanks for visiting my blog.. you have a nice blog, very informative.

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Anonymous said...

How much Earth Balance did you use? The original recipe says about 2 tsp while I read somewhere that it is better to double the amount of Earth Balance when substituting for ghee.

Thank you

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If you ask me, It looks like it is quite hard to make them. I will give it a try and I will use earth natural

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