BM #93 Week 3 Day 1 -

This week I have chosen the ingredient Rava/Sooji/Semolina as my star ingredient and plan to showcase some recipes which are popular at home.

For today's post, I have used Roohafza, a rose flavored sweetened syrup, reduced the sugar content in the laddu and made these rava laddus.

These will be loved by the people who love rose flavor and we found them to be very addictive. 

Ingredients - 

Bombay Rava/ Sooji/Semolina 1 cup
Dry Coconut Grated/Powdered 1/2 cup
Mixed Nuts Coarsely Powdered 1/4 cup
Rose Syrup 1 Tbsp or more as preferred [Roohafza]
Sugar 3/4 cup - 1 cup (as desired)
Ghee - 2 Tbsp or more if desired
Cashews broken handful
Raisins handful
Milk 1/2 cup or as needed



Method Of Preparation -


In a heated kadai/deep pan , add a Tbsp of ghee and fry the cashews and raisins until the cashews are golden brown in color. Keep them aside in a separate bowl.

In the same kadai, add the remaining ghee and add the rava and powdered nuts. Roast until it gets a golden hue and gives out a good smell. In the warm kadai, roast the coconut powder too. Let the rava cool down to room temperature.

In a mixing bowl, add the roasted rava, coconut, cashews and raisins. Add fine sugar and gently mix. If the sugar grain is too granulated, it is better to grind it to a powdered form. Since we use fine sugar I didn't have to do this process.

Mix the rose syrup in warm milk and gradually add the warm rose milk to the mixture and check if the consistency is right to make a laddu. 

Take small portions of the mixture, make laddus by gently bouncing the mixture in your hand. Take care not to press the laddu too hard as they would become very hard upon drying. 

Gently place the laddus in a plate to let them air dry. When they are dry enough, store them in an airtight container. 


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Preparation Time 30 minutes
Makes 20-22

13 comments

  1. Kalyani Says:
  2. What a lovely idea ! The options to use flavoured syrups in rava laddus will be so endless now ... they sure look scrumptious , Harini !!

     
  3. Cute looking ladoo,addition of rose syrup is an amazing idea.

     
  4. Priya Suresh Says:
  5. How cute and attractive those laddoos looks. Love the addition of syrups in laddoo.. Excellent laddoos Harini.

     
  6. what a gorgeous color and I have a big bottle of roohafaza in the pantry - a great use of it!!!

     
  7. The roohafza has made the ladoos so pretty. The flavour must be amazing. I would love to try these..

     
  8. Code2cook Says:
  9. rose flavour in rava laddu feels aromatic laddus. Looking inviting and a great twist in traditional of making rava ladoo. Great start for the festive season.

     
  10. Srivalli Says:
  11. Oh wow what a super duper idea Harini, those ladoos are look so sinful!..fantastic ones yaar..

     
  12. CookWithRenu Says:
  13. Love the beautiful colour of the laddus and I am sure it must have tasted delicious too.

     
  14. Suma Gandlur Says:
  15. Love this twist to rava laddus which makes them colorful and flavorful. I am also loving the addition of nuts here which make them more nutritious.

     
  16. Padmajha PJ Says:
  17. What a brilliant idea to use Roohafza! I love rava ladoo and this pink colored ladoo looks so tempting Harini!

     
  18. colorful and vibrant ladoo!! love the addition of roohafza!

     
  19. I'm the one who loves rose flavor , so this ladoo is certainly for me. Will make them as soon as Diwali sweets are over :)

     
  20. Preeti Garg Says:
  21. Love the addition of rose flavor in laddoo... which enhance the color and taste both.

     
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