Vatalya Daliche Ladu | How to make Channa Dal Ladoo

Vatalya Daliche Ladu – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets When I started making a list for the A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets, there were some alphabets that really gave a tough time. While some really hard ones got fixed unexpectedly, few were testing me. Plus the lack of language ensured I didn’t have a clue […]

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Policha Ladu | Chapati Ladoo Recipe

Policha Ladu – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets We are on alphabet P in our Journey through Cuisines. When I wrote about this series, I mentioned that there was one dish that was already clicked that prompted me to take up this series and this is that dish. One evening when I went back home, I […]

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Javas Ladoo | How to make Flax Seed Ladoo

Javas Ladoo – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets,  When I did Alsi Ladoo for A, I mentioned that another similar ladoo is coming up. Here’s the one that I referred that day. Flaxseed is called Javas/ Alsi in Marathi, so I wanted to make the best use of this seed to cover both the alphabets.  So […]

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Halim Ladoo | How to make Alivache Ladoo

Halim Ladoo – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets When I started checking out words for H in Marathi, I was going to dead ends in most cases. For lack of knowledge in the language, I couldn’t even guess if there were dishes that start with H or ingredients as having spent some considerable time looking for […]

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Alshi Ladoo | How to make Flaxseed Ladoo

A for Alshi Ladoo – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets Welcome to the Journey through the Cuisine, where I am doing an A to Z on Maharashtrian Sweets. It’s been a wonderful learning experience, reading through the many blogs I chanced on while searching for the appropriate alphabet.  For A, I had an option of Anarse, […]

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Oats Sesame Peanut Ladoo Recipe ~ Quick Toddler Recipe

For the final day of making snacks for Toddlers, I made a quick Ladoo made with Oats, Sesame and Peanuts. I actually don’t remember making this for my kids as they never liked sweets other than chocolates. However over the years Konda started eating some of the Indian Sweets. My boys are still to pick […]

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Roasted Poha Laddu

For the second day of Guilt free Indulgence, I have a laddo made with Poha or Flatten Rice made with Jaggary and nuts. When it comes to Indian Sweets, Laddu feature a lot in terms of easy preparation and so much variety.  We use both sugar and jaggary for all sorts of laddos. With Sugar, […]

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