Rava Ladoo

The special rava ladoo is made by renowned chef Kanak Kathuria and stands out amongst all other versions of the dish. This recipe combines traditional ingredients such as rava, cardamom powder and ghee with her own special touch - a splash of rosewater to add an aromatic finish to the ladoos. The end result is a delightful, melt-in-your-mouth dessert that will have your guests begging for more. With Kanak Kathuria's special rava ladoo recipe, you can be sure to wow everyone at your next gathering. Get ready to experience the perfect balance of sweet and spice in every bite!  Try it and let us!


What is Rava ladoo?

Rava ladoo is a special type of Indian sweet traditionally made with rava (also known as semolina or sooji), ghee, sugar, and cardamom. They have a wonderfully soft and crumbly texture that is sure to delight every time. The rava used to make rava ladoos is roasted until it is golden and fragrant, giving the ladoos a unique nutty flavor. The combination of rava with ghee, sugar, and cardamom results in a sweet that is perfect for any special occasion or just as an indulgent treat. With rava ladoo, you can bring traditional Indian flavors to your table any time. Enjoy rava ladoos as a dessert or snack, with tea or coffee, and make any occasion special!

Rava ladoo is an irresistible sweet that is perfect for everyone - kids, adults and elders alike. They are incredibly easy to make at home and require minimal ingredients. This makes rava ladoo the ideal choice for a quick and delicious dessert or snack. Whether you want to impress your guests with an impressive sweet dish, or just indulge in a guilty pleasure - rava ladoos are the way to go!

So what are you waiting for? Let rava ladoo make any occasion special with its delightful flavors and textures. 


Nutrition rich Rava ladoo 

If you’re looking to add a special touch of Indian sweetness to your next meal, consider trying rava ladoo. Rava ladoo is an Indian dessert made with semolina and sugar. The dish is traditionally served during festivals and other celebrations in India, but it can be enjoyed any time of the year!

Kanak Kathuria’s rava ladoo is a delicious and easy to make version of this classic dessert. It is made with semolina, sugar, ghee, cashews, raisins and cardamom, giving it an amazing flavor and aroma. This recipe has been carefully crafted by Kanak Kathuria to ensure that each rava ladoo turns out perfectly every time.

Rava ladoo is a healthy dessert option as it is low in calories, rich in carbohydrates and proteins. It is also high in vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber, so you can enjoy this treat without worrying about your health.

So whether you’re celebrating a festival, looking for an easy dessert to make for your next meal, or just want something sweet and delicious to enjoy at home, try making rava ladoo with Kanak Kathuria’s recipe. You won’t regret it!


How to make Rava Ladoo?

  1. Start by heating a stainless steel kadai and add 2 tbsp ghee into it. Add roughly chopped nuts and fry them till they are golden brown. Turn off the heat and add pistachio and raisins, fry them slightly and then take them off.  
  2. Add another tbsp of ghee to the kadai and to that add the sooji. Roast the sooji nice and evenly till the colour becomes a little darker and the raw smell is gone. Once it's roasted add desiccated coconut to the kadai and mix till it is incorporated completely.   
  3. Roast the whole thing till everything gets coarse and nutty, around 15 minutes in total. At this point add powdered sugar to the kadai and slowly incorporate that as well.
  4. Once you're reaching the end, add fresh cream and milk to the kadai and incorporate it thoroughly with the sooji. Finish it off with some cardamom powder and the fried dry fruits and mix them well.   
  5. Turn the mixture out into a flat bowl and let it cool down slightly but not too much. Portion and shape the ladoos into similar sized spheres and top them with some chopped nuts.   
  6. Serve them on a big platter at room temperature

More Delicious Ladoo Recipe:

1. Makhana Ladoo

2. Sugar Free Til Ke Ladoo

3. Besan badam Ladoo


Expert Tips

  1. Once the sooji gets roasted properly, it will start to smell nutty.
  2. Powdered sugar can have a lot of lumps, therefore it is necessary to smoothen them out during the process.
  3. The fresh cream and milk provide the necessary binding for the ladoo.

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