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Dry Fruits Laddus!

Discussion in 'Krishnaammas Kitchen' started by krishnaamma, Mar 2, 2020.

  1. krishnaamma

    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    471ee559-9293-4508-9a2f-71861faf038c.jpg Dry Fruits Laddus!


    Requirements:

    - 250 g Walnut
    - 250 g Dates
    - 250 grams dried grapes
    - 250 g of almonds
    - 250 g Melon seeds
    - A little cashew, A little pistachio give good taste but better to skip it.
    - 250 g of prossed channa dal ( Pottukkadalai )
    - 250 g of roasted peanuts
    - A handful of dry Coconut pieces (if needed)
    - 125 g of millet (thinai)
    - 100 g of Jaggery
    - Honey - as per requirement ( we have to make laddu )

    Method:

    - Dry fry Millet (thinai)
    - You must get good aroma from it. Keep aside.
    - Bring it to room temp. then grind it as fine powder.
    - Then put all the other ingredients into a mixer grinder and just inch it.
    - Put them on a plate and pour honey.
    - Make small small laddus out of it.
    - Delicious and nutritious 'Dry Fruits Laddus' ready to serve.

    Note:

    -You can also add sugar candy or palm jaggery or palm candy instead of jaggery .

    - Instead of a 'inching' in the mixie, you can cut all dry fruits into small pieces and just powder the Millet and then make laddu.

    Children and adults can eat this .... you can make small small laddus say , 30 - 35 grams; and you can take two for breakfast and go to school / office. You will not feel hungry till noon. All of the above are maximum protein and Omega3. So it is good for health. Cashews and pistachios are rich in cholesterol . That's why I asked you to add less quantity or don't add atall.

    This can also be called Power Balls ! :)
     
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  2. shravs3

    shravs3 Finest Post Winner

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    What a great timing. I recently bought walnuts to make something out of it. And now I have got a recipe :blush:
     
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    This can be a power packed quick breakfast on the go.Thank you so much for sharing this!
     
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  4. krishnaamma

    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    ho, is it?... super try this , you will love it. :) ....Try and give me a feed back !
     
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    ya, quick and good breakfast...and till noon you will not feel hungry....My son is taking this as BF for the past 2 months , and he is so comfortable in the office :) .......Try and give me a feed back !
     
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    I will try it. It’s healthy break fast alternative. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
     
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    Looks yum and healthy. Cant wait to try these power balls. Can i add oats or red poha in place of Thinai as i dont have the millet at home. Pls reply and Thanks for sharing such a healthy recipe.
     
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    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    ya, you can take this when you are in 'virath' ............some times you can take this in the night also.........:)
     
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    Hi, nice to see your post.... Ya, you can add fried oats or fried poha in the place of Thini.....first I tried with oats only....:)
     
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