dry fruit ladoo
Dry Fruit Ladoo
Written by Jayashree
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Sweets form an integral part of any celebration, from burfis to puddings, we cherish them for any occasion. Dry fruit sweets are delicious and loved by all, more so if it is sugar free like this dates ladoo, it is guilt free indulgence, right ? They are not only tasty, but easy to make and ideal for any occassion.

With the festive season ahead, we are heading for the major festival Ugadi and a new beginning. It is celebrated as Hindu New Year. It is also celebrated as Chota Nav Ratri and many people fast during this period. Thus, we at Desi Bloggers Connect decided to make a collection of “Farali Recipes” and my contribution is Dry Fruit Ladoo.

I have Sabudana Khichdi and Sabudana Wada in Appe Pan which are ideal for fasting. The black chana sundal is also ideal on these days. I have recently put many sweets which are apt on these days, Kiwi Kesari, Carrot Halwa or the Ash gourd halwa may be taken in small quantity along with some savoury dish.

Let’s get to the recipe of Dry Fruit Burfi
Ingredients:
1 cup dates
1/3 cup cashewnut
1/3 cup almond
1/3 cup raisin
1/3 cup desiccated coconut
1 tablespoon poppy seeds
4 cardamom

Method:
1 Dry roast the cashew for a minute.
2 Similarly, roast the almonds.
3 Dry roast the poppy seed until they are golden in colour and give a good aroma.
4 Dry roast the grated coconut for a minute, keep stirring, it will get burnt easily.
5 Remove the seeds of the dates. ( no need if using seedless)
6 Grind the nuts coarsely along with cardamom.
7 Grind the dates.
8 Add ghee in a pan, add the nuts and saute for two minutes. Put the dates mixture and mix it well. Saute it for sometime, add the poppy seed and the roasted coconut.
9 Allow it to cool, make balls of it.
10 Dry fruit ladoo is ready to serve.

Dry Fruit Ladoo

Dry fruit ladoo is tasty and healthy, ideal for the festive days ahead.

Course sweets
Cuisine Indian
Keyword dry fruit sweet, fasting recipe, sweets
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 10 balls
Author Jayashree

Ingredients

  • 1 cup dates
  • 1/3 cup almond
  • 1/3 cup raisin
  • 1/3 cup desiccated coconut
  • 1 teaspoon poppy seed
  • 2 teaspoon ghee
  • 4 cardamom

Instructions

  1. Dry roast the cashew for a minute.
  2. Similarly, roast the almonds
  3. Dry roast the poppy seed until they are golden in colour and give a good aroma. Dry roast the grated coconut for a minute, keep stirring, it will get burnt easily. 

  4. Remove the seeds of the dates. ( no need if using seedless) Grind the nuts coarsely along with cardamom. Grind the dates.8 

  5. Add ghee in a pan, add the nuts and saute for two minutes. Put the dates mixture and mix it well. Saute it for sometime, add the poppy seed and the roasted coconut. Allow it to cool, make balls of it. Dry fruit ladoo is ready to serve.

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6 Comments
  1. ARCHANA POTDAR

    I love these simple naturally sweetened sweets. Lodoos like this are a treat and satisfying too.

    Reply
  2. FoodTrails

    Loved these energy bites.. so nutritious and perfect for all age groups!!

    Reply
  3. mayurisjikoni

    Just the right kind of sweet treat to have during fasting days. Its healthy, provides instant energy and also satisfies the sweet tooth.

    Reply
  4. Ruchi

    All healthy ingredients in one go… Superb . Such naturally sweetened healthy sweets are always best to have .. lovely share

    Reply
  5. Lata Lala

    This is always been my favourite sweet. All healthy things and naturally sweetened, what more could you ask for.
    Nutritional share.

    Reply
  6. preethi76

    Dry fruit ladoos are so nutritious and delicious. Perfect for small hunger pangs .

    Reply

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