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Green gram daal Laddoo recipe


Green-gram dal – 2 cups
• Sugar – 1-1/2 cups
• Cashew nuts – 8
• Raisins – 2 tablespoons
• Ghee – 3-4 tablespoons
• Copra (dried coconut) – 2 tablespoons, finely sliced
• Cardamom – 10 pods, finely powdered dry
• Salt – ¼ teaspoon


1. Fry the green-gram dal to a light brown color in a dry, hot, heavy frying pan over moderate heat.

2. Grind and sift the fried dal to flour in a blender or in the grinding stone.

3. Pound and sift the sugar also to powder. Combine the dal flour, sugar powder, copra, and cardamom powder with salt.

4. Make the ghee just hot and fry separately in it the split cashew nuts to a light brown color and the raisins till they swell out.

5. Break the cashew nuts into small bits. Mix along the cashew nuts, raisins, and dal-flour mixture in a bowl.

6. Make the same ghee to smoking hot, remove from the fire, stir the dal-flour mixture thoroughly into it, and shape into small lemon-sized ladoos.

7. If the ladoos crumple, bind it with a sprinkling of warm milk or hot water.

8. Your special green gram daal laddoo is ready.

Rice Paysam:

• Rice - 1/2 cup; soaked in water for 10 minutes
• Milk - 2 cups
• Coconut milk - 1/2 cup
• Jaggery - 1 cup or added more to taste
• Raisins - 1 tablespoon
• Cashewnuts – 10
• Pistachio nuts - 1 tablespoon
• Cardamoms pods - 8, powdered
• Ghee - 1 tablespoon


1. Bring the milk and coconut extract to boil.
2. Add the soaked rice and cook it over low heat until rice is cooked very well and is mushy.
3. Add the jaggery and mix it thoroughly.
4. After the jaggery dissolves, allow the payasam to simmer for 5 minutes and remove from the heat.
5. Fry the cashew nuts, pistachios, and raisins separately in the ghee and add these along with the cardamom powder to the payasam.
6. Serve lukewarm or cold. Enjoy!

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Nikita Verma writes about many Indian food recipes related subjects like healthy and easy food. She has gained proficiency in various sections like Cake Recipes, chocolate recipes, Dessert Recipes etc.