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Aval Laddu | Poha Ladoo


Sri Krishna Jayanthi  is falling on Sunday this year and if you are looking for some simple and quick recipe to make for the festival, try this super easy aval or poha laddu. Aval or rice flakes is considered to be Lord Krishna's favorite. This laddu is perfect for working people as it can be done within 15-20 minutes. 

I followed my rava laddu recipe for making this aval laddu. There is another version of this laddu made with jaggery which I will post sometime later. The cardamom lends a beautiful subtle flavor to the laddus. Store the laddu in an airtight container and it stays good for a week, but I'm sure it won't last so long!


AVAL / POHA LADDU RECIPE

{ Flattened rice flakes balls with ghee, cardamom, cashew nuts and raisins }
Makes 10


Ingredients:

1 ½ cup aval / poha
¾ cup sugar
1 tsp cardamom powder
¼ cup ghee
5-6 cashews, broken
5-6 raisins

Method:

1. In a pan, dry roast the poha until it turns slightly golden. Set aside to cool and grind to a fine powder.

2. Grind the sugar along with cardamom powder to fine powder. Add to the poha and mix well.

3. Heat 1 tsp ghee in a pan. Add the cashew nuts and fry till golden. Set aside. Now add the raisins and fry till they puff up.

4. Add this to the poha-sugar mixture and mix well. Heat the remaining ghee and pour into the poha mixture. Combine well with a spoon.

6. When mixture is warm, make small lemon sized balls. Allow it to rest for 15-20 minutes. 

Notes and Tips
  • Make sure to grind the poha finely otherwise it will be difficult to form balls.
  • You can add few tablespoons of warm milk if the mixture is too dry.
  • You can use thin or thick variety poha. I have used medium thick poha.

27 comments:

  1. Ladoos look delish.. Nice quick and easy recipe.

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  2. Heyy this is new twist Sona :) I make Malaadu ... Trying with Avil is a pleasant change...

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  3. Gorgeous ladoos....... Love the flavors!!

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  4. smooth n delicious ones :)

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  5. Lovely pics.. delicious and yummy laddu..

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  6. yummy ladoo... looks delicious...

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  7. Delicious laddus, will try them for krishna jayanti.. Loved all your clicks!

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  8. lovely clicks! and also looks delicious. :) what is aval or poha?

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    1. Aval / poha is flattened rice or beaten rice. Dehusked rice is parboiled and then flattened into flakes.

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  9. yummy and delicious ladoo..perfect for festival and lovely click :)

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  10. Wonderful clicks. Never tried making laddu with poha. Sounds so easy and delicious too.

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  11. Sounds delicious, never had a chance to try them!

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  12. yummy laddus... would definitely try them.. nice clicks too dear...

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  13. Yummy and inviting Ladoo Sona... Lovely clicks..

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  14. they r so perfect n yumm preperation

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  15. delicious n superb presentation!!!

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  16. Going to try this just when I ran out of ghee I hav to see such good recipes.

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  17. super duper tasty ladoo ....yummm

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  18. Ladoo looks awesome, perfectly done..

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  19. Those laddoos are just torturing me, so tempting and droolworthy.

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  20. Such a lovely post. This looks great in colour and texture, i am sure tasted amazing too :)

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