Maledi Laddu (Maledi Undi)


Sankranti Special!!!!!!!

Maledi Laddu is from  North Karnataka cuisine. This sweet is prepared during sankranti. It is prepared from wheat flour. Lots of dry fruits added  gives more taste to it. It is simple and easy sweet dish.

Maledi Laddu

Ingredients:

  1. Wheat flour 2 cups
  2. 1/4 cup fine coarse semolina
  3. 2 Tbsp oil
  4. A pinch of salt
  5. Cashew  nuts 4 to 5 made into pieces
  6. Almonds 4 to 5 made into small pieces
  7. Khus  khus 2 tbsp
  8. Til (sesame seeds) 4 tbsp
  9. Dry grated coconut 1 cup
  10. Roasted peanuts a small cup
  11. Roasted chana dal (phutana) a small cup
  12. Jaggery 1 and 1/2 cup grated jaggery .
  13. Cardamom powder 1 tbsp
  14. Raisins few
  15. Ghee  a small cup

Method

Take wheat flour and fine coarse semolina in  a bowl add salt and oil and  mix well. Add water bit by bit and make a dough with the consistency much harder than chapati dough. Keep it closed for 10 mins.

Now take a small dough ball and make a circle of about 8 to 10 inch diameter. Put it on tava and roast it. Do not apply oil to it.Take it off from tava and make the chapati into small pieces when it is hot. Repeat the same process for the rest. Now grind these chapati pieces in to powder in a mixer and add the dry grated coconut, roasted peanuts and roasted chana dal, sesame seeds, khus khus, cashew nuts, almonds, cardamom powder, raisins and grated jaggery. Heat the ghee and put it in to the mixture and mix well. Try to make the laddu’s of big size. Serve with ghee on it.

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