Rawa Laddu(Sooji Laddu)

Rawa Laddu is a delicious sweet and can be made on any occasions. This is a healthy sweet made from Rawa/Sooji. I frequently make Rawa Laddu and also for many festivals like diwali. This is a good evening snack for children too.

Rawa Laddu(Sooji Laddu)
Rawa Laddu(Sooji Laddu)

Preparation and Yield:
Preparation time-
Cooking Time15 mins

Rawa / Semolina1 Cup* +1 tablespoon
Sugar1 Cup
Cardamom Powder1/4 teaspoon
Ghee1 Cup

*1 cup = 250ml
Rawa Laddu(Sooji Laddu)
Rawa Laddu(Sooji Laddu)

  1. Heat a pan and Dry roast the rawa in a pan till it becomes slightly red color. 

  2. Take the rawa and sooji in a mixer and Grind the Rawa/Sooji along with sugar in a mixer to a coarse powder.

  3. In a pan, heat a little amount of ghee and add the cashews and fry until it turns golden brown color and keep it aside. Now heat the remaining ghee in a low flame and add cardamom powder

  4. Take the ground Rawa/Sooji mixture in a separate pan and 1 ladle of ghee around the ground mixture along with few cashews and using a spoon mix the mixture well. Make sure that the ghee-rawa/sooji mixture is in a right consistency that lets you make small lemon sized balls.
  5. Now take small quantity of Rawa/Sooji mixture and press it hard to make it like a small ball/lemon. Repeat the above steps for the remaining ground Rawa/Sooji mixture.

  6. The delicious Rawa Laddu is ready for serving. Store it in an air tight container.
  7. Rawa Laddu(Sooji Laddu)
    Rawa Laddu(Sooji Laddu)
Needless to say, you need some Patience to make this recipe as it involves heating the ghee, mixing, making balls, reheating the ghee till you complete the mixture.... phew.. ! Enjoy Rawa Laddu and let me know your comments

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I too hail from brahmin community (amma's place - sulamangalam). We too prepare ladoos the same way - the very easiest way also. I have been browsing few other sites which indicates 1 thread sugar syrup consistency for preparing these rawa ladoos. They also add milk to form balls.
I bet our's is the easiest and can preserve for a longer time.

do we have to fry the rava first

can you give me the receipe for mohanladdu

Hello Mami namaskarams how r u ?i made rawa ladoo it comes out well.thanks for sharing.whether u come to kallidaikurichi this dewali? come to our native place Aykudy for Skandha Shasthi.

Thanks for the invitation. I will visit Aykudy for sure.. I will let you know when i visit Kallidai

I have tried this came out well.thank you so much maami..im trying to do all your recipe..

Very nice it looks.. i used to prepare rava laddo without grinding rava.. surely will make a try on this version...

Good blog along with the excellent quality stuff and I’m sure this will be greatly helpful. You can share and send these high quality Happy Diwali images with your best friends, relatives. happydiwalisms.net

Do you have a video on this? Would be very helpful.

Even I do te same way but I grind the rawa and sugar mixture to a fine powder



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