Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Sago/Sabudana Laddoos

Its has been ages i prepared laddoos with sago/sabudana or javvarisi..I love this quick and delicious laddoos anytime..I picked a packet of small variety of sagos from chinese store which suits super prefect for making this cute looking and very addictive laddoos..Unfortunately my mixie stopped working and have to throw it immediately, yeah its in my kitchen since 5 years its time to give rest to that oldy goldy preethi mixie..Finally decided to get a mixie from the nearby French provisional store which is quite handy but not prefect for grinding our stuffs, even after grinding for hours i didnt get smooth texture of those roasted sagos for making this laddoos, it turned as bit coarse powder and i loved that texture in this laddoos..I couldnt stop enjoying this fabulous laddoos,also these laddoos stays prefect in room temperature for a week...

Sago Laddoos

1cup Sago
1cup Sugar
3nos Cardamoms
Few cashew nuts
2tbsp Ghee
Milk (as per need)

Roast the sago for few minutes along with cardamoms in a warm pan...Grind the roasted sago,cardamoms,sugar as a fine or bit coarse powder,meanwhile heat the ghee and roast the cashew nuts until its turns golden brown, add the grounded sago-sugar powder to the hot ghee and nuts,springle the milk as per need and make medium sized balls from this mixture..Store it in a air tightened box..

Enjoy!

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68 comments:

  1. Had never imagined a laddu out of sabu dana. Gurl u r super creative n imaginative. Looks delicious :)

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  2. I too make this laddu recipe.. yours looks so tempting and perfect !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  3. i m seeing this kind of laddu for d first time...looks nice..:)

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  4. tempting ladoos....love it priya...

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  5. Ladoos looks yummy..Got to know a wonderful recipe..

    Sunanda's Kitchen

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  6. A nice way to use sabudana! The laddus are fantastic!

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  7. Sooooper. Never thought of ladoos with sabudhana. Yummy and perfect

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  8. Ladoos are tempting with their almost white color

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  9. This one is completley new. Hw was the taste...great creativity!!

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  10. Laddoos looks perfect, yummy and tempting. Lovely picture.

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  11. Very innovative recipe priya,sure will try this cute luddoos...

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  12. when i saw the title...i was wonderg how did u do it...i know only ti make kichdi or porridge...gr8 dear....recipe sounds simple as well

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  13. Even some brands of our heavy duty mixies do not powder the grains finely. So I think this is perfect texture, small yet coarse in the ladoos. Nice one Priya!

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  14. wow this is so new Priya and really looks so delicious...I am sure ur kids just loved having this:)

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  15. Sago in laddoos is new to me!! These looks tempting & adorable!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  16. Beautiful & delicious laddoos ... very tempting indeed!

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  17. ஜவ்வரிசியில் லட்டா??? அசத்தல்!!

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  18. Lovely laddus. Never made these!

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  19. Sabudana laddoo -- completely new to me, but sounds simple to make and yummy to eat.. Looks delicious. Are the laddoos soft or a little on the crunchy side.

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  20. Sago laddooo??? really a new sweet recipe to me n so easy also...these cuties looks so inviting.I can't wait to try it out...expecting more super delicious sweets from u :)

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  21. Didn't know you could make laddoo out of sago.

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  22. My mom makes this and love the nuttiness of this laddoo.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  23. I think it is couple of years ago i made any kind of laddoos and this looks yumm.

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  24. Unheard ladoo recipe. You rock!!!!Very innovative.

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  25. Yummy laddoos. Love the pure white color.

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  26. interesting...who would have thought of these with sago...

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  27. I will try this out just now, sounds so interesting

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  28. Ladoos look awesome. Excellent preparation. Very wholesome snack.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  29. Never tried sabudana, delicious and tempting ladoos.

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  30. Another unique recipe from ur space :) Love it a lot! Looks appealing!

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  31. Ladoos out of sago!!!I never knew that this is possible...They look cute and shud have been delicious too...

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  32. What an eye-catching laddoo it is! Looks yum!

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  33. Looks great, never made or heard about this one, you rock !!!

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  34. Yummy and cute looking laddus....Never imagined you could make laddus out of sago....hats off to your innovativeness

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  35. What a lovely treat. These look beautiful and they sound delicious. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  36. That looks so perfect n yumm!!!

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  37. Never heard of sago laddoos but tempts me a lot...

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  38. Very nice recipe priya. I am very tempted to try this.

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  39. Very nice recipe priya. I am very tempted to try this.

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  40. I go ladoos for ladoo--makes any sense? lol

    Priya, this looks like a new ladoo recipe. Lovely that color as well as the picture!

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  41. healthy sabudana laddoo's, very healthy, soo tempting.

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  42. What an interesting and delicious ladoo. Bookmarked, will surely try:-)

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  43. hv never heard of laddu with sabudana wow awesome looking love it..

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  44. didnt think we can use sabudana to make ladoos too...interesting recipe!

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  45. Sabudana laddoo is new to me. looks good.

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  46. These beautiful laddos are new to me but I'd love to try them! Love the flavors of cashew and cardamom!

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  47. wow..that looks amazing and tempting...yum yum

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  48. Very new, never heard about sagi laddoo

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  49. Interesting..never made urundai with javvarisi..Try panrein ..Thanx dear

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  50. very new to me !! very interesting recipe !! loved cute ladoos !!

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  51. Trust you to come out with a laddo from Sago..:)..those are looking so cute..

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  52. I have never made ladoo before. These look so yummy.

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  53. ladoos r a treat by themselves ..these look really yum n a new variation.

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  54. I am setting bars higher everyday for u .. and u very easily manage to play it well.. Never heard or thought or even dreamt of sabudana ladoos..

    It just looks perfect.. such a healthy snack.. kalakals !!

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  55. can ladoo be made with sabudana, wow looks pretty!

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