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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Sunnundalu | Vinayaka Chaturthi 2014 Recipes

Learn how to make Minapa Sunnundalu or Urad Dal Ladoo, famous Andhra Dish, a different version from what I have already shared. The first version of Sunnundalu was with just Urad dal and Jaggary. There is also one made with sugar. We are starting our fourth and final week of BM#42 and I am doing […]

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Samba Godhumai Ladoo | Broken Wheat Laddoo

We are starting the BM 29th Edition today and I am going to blog about sweet treats for Kids this week. When I talk about sweets, my kids are not so keen into sweets, other than chocolate treats and cakes. And if at all they eat, it’s only sweets that we make at home. Nothing […]

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Sunnundalu with Sugar | Urad Dal Laddu Recipe

When you think about sweets that are famous from Andhra, you can’t miss out Sunnudalu. However over the years I have come to realize that most of the sweets are available in many other places, only the same level of PR has not been done and that accounts to the popularity of the dish.  Either ways I […]

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Rice Flour Laddos | Biyam Pindi Laddos

We have no dearth of festivals and each one come with its own set of savories and sweets that are prepared specially for the occasion. With the Festival of lights, its more general, you have the liberty to prepare whatever you want. From childhood, I remember being actively involved and looking forward to what Amma […]

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