Mohan Laadoo

Mohan Laadoo is a traditional south indian recipe done especially for Diwali. It is extraordinary in its taste and tantalise our taste buds to have more... Simple yet delicious using Semolina a great treat for this Diwali. Lets target for this Diwali and surprise our friends and relatives by sharing this yummy Mohan Laadoo.

Servings30 pcs
Preparation Time15 mins
Cooking Time1 hour
Recipe CategorySweet
Recipe CuisineSouth Indian

Mohan Laadoo

Fine Semolina(Or coarse)2 Cups
Sugar2 Cups
Ghee3/4 Cup
SaltA pinch

Mohan Laadoo

  1. Take the rawa(Semolina) in a bowl along with a pinch of salt and mix well

  2. Add water little by little and make a thick dough like we do it for chapati. Leave the dough covered in a damp cloth or we can close the bowl using a plate and leave it for 10 minutes

  3. After 10 minutes, again press and kead the dough once and make small balls of out of the dough like we do it for poori

  4. Using the roller, make small poori out of a ball as shown in the picture below. The poori should be thin.

  5. Repeat the above steps for the rest of the dough balls. Meanwhile heat a kadai or a heavy bottomed pan and add oil

  6. Test the hotness of the oil and if it is enough to fry the pooris then slowly drop the poori one by one and fry it in a medium heat. The poori should not be fluffy rather it should be crispy. So when the poori starts to fluff in the hot oil, press it with a spatula and make it flat.

  7. Repeat the above steps for the rest of the pooris and allow it to cool off

  8. Break the pooris and take this in a mixer and grind it to a nice powder to the maximum extent. Though we grind it nicely, sometimes it will be coarse because of the nature of semolina. But try it to the maximum to get a soft and nice powder. Take this ground semolina powder in a bowl

  9. Take the sugar and cardamom in a mixer and grind it to a nice powder 

  10. Once the sugar is ground to powder, add the powdered semolina and grind it to once to mix well with the sugar

  11. Take the semolina-sugar powder in a big bowl or a heavy bottomed pan. In a kadai, heat the ghee and add broken cashew and fry it till it turns golden brown color

  12. Add the ghee to the semolina-sugar powder and mix well with the spatula. The hot ghee will melts the sugar. Make lemon size balls out of the laadoo mixture

  13. The Enticing and delightful Mohan Laadoo is ready to serve.
  14. Mohan Laadoo

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