Whenever I think of festival Holi, it’s a splash of colors in my mind. We Indians are mostly known for our unity in diversity. Here different people from different culture living in harmony. So Holi is a celebration with different people, colors and flavors. I can’t think of any other dish than this yummy laddo for Holi. Combo of colorful and healthy nine ingredients in a one small ball of love, what more you need. After all Holi time is laddo time....and eat as much you need, its sugar free too.
This wonderful recipe was shared by Anu majida from Kerala, India.
About Anu; “Myself Anu who loves cooking and crafts as "Tricks n Treats", I always love to make my own experiments in kitchen. I used to go through different blogs and pages, so that we will get new ideas and good recipes. Likewise, I once went through your page Simply Tadka, 1st I thought it’s a page similar to others. But when I checked, I saw many interesting features like other companies asking for their product suggestions, different events and interesting recipes; I loved your presentation too. You have been very much supportive for beginners.”
Recipe Source: Anu Majida
Rava/Semolina 50 gm
Roasted Pistachios and Peanuts 25 gm
Almonds, walnuts, cashews 50 gm
Dates 100 gm
Figs 50 gm
Raisins 50 gm
Apricot 25 gm
Green Cardamom Powder 1/2 Tsp
Roast semolina and grind in mixer.
Grind all nuts together (pistachio, peanuts, almonds, walnuts, cashews). Don’t make it powder, small crushed pieces will taste better. Grind dates well.
Lightly grind figs, raisins, and apricot separately.
Mix all ingredients together in one bowl, now give two sec grinding in mixer, just enough to mix all well. Take small balls and shape with your fingers.