Healthy ladoos made with ragi flour, oats flour, honey, dates and milk. Coated with sesame seeds and coconut. Oh yum!
Finger Millets (Ragi) is grown in the Himalayas and are usually inter-cropped with peanuts. Here's a yummy ladoo recipe from the wholesome, healthy produce with coconut, jaggery and crunchy peanuts.
Make these rich and tasty laddoos filled with nuts at home.
Coconut cooked with khoya and condensed milk. Shaped into round balls and stuffed with almonds and cashews.
Crispy ladoos made with puffed rice and molten jaggery.
A whole wheat sweet commonly made in the Indian households.
Ladoos made with fenugreek seeds, ginger, saunf and jaggery. Especially good for pregnant women.
One of the most popular Indian mithai. Elongated rolls made with cashew nuts.
Gram flour or besan roasted with ghee in a kadhai, flavored with sugar and cardamom and shaped into tight round balls. Decorated with almonds and pistachios. Besan ka ladoo is an Indian dessert usually made during festive times.
Boondi ke ladoo: A very famous Indian dessert usually made during festive times like Diwali. A sweet treat with cashews, raisins, saffron and the light flavor of cardamom.
Hariyali Teej is popularly celebrated in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana. This festival signifies greenery, growth and prosperity, hence the name. It is celebrated by women in reverence of Goddess Gauri or Parvati, wife of Lord Shiva. According to Hindu mythology, Devi Pa...
Fresh, gentle breeze replaces the haunting cold and there's a touch of rejuvenation in the air. Maidens and ladies perfectly complement the blossoming landscapes in their 50 shades of yellow dresses. From the freely flowing bright yellow fields to the humble pottery and plants, everything seems to b...
It is that time of the year when one sees Maharashtra and other parts of India soaked in the flavors of fanfare, joy and pomp to celebrate the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi which marks the birth of Lord Ganesha. After 10 days of fun filled devotion to the lovable lord, the celebrations come to a clim...