Thursday, October 15, 2009

Maladu...Happy Diwali !!!

Ingredients:

  • Roasted Channa Dal 1 cup
  • Ghee 1/4 to 1/2 cup
  • Sugar 3/4 to 1 cup
  • Cardamom 2 to 4
  • Grind channa, sugar and cardamom separately. Mix it well. Melt the rqd amount of ghee and pour it into the channa mix. Combine it well and make it into lemon sized balls.

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49 comments:

  1. Happy diwali to u and ur family Tina..Wat a delicious maladu..excellent way to celebrate diwali..

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  2. what an excellent click,maladu looks yummy.enjoy diwali with sweets.happy diwali

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  3. Oooh.. delicious maladu.. nice picture..! Happy diwali! You can send this to my FIL-Ghee sweets event.!

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  4. Yummm...and yet so simple...gr8 going Tina!!

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  5. Wow... your maladu looks delicious tooo..

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  6. oh it looks sinful dear..looks very yummy..

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  7. eautiful ladoo and that nelika pickle in the earlier post, send me please a huge bottle too.

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  8. I have some roasted chana dal from sometime....thinking what to do with that...this recipe sounds yummy...will try this....love that mouth watering gooseberry recipe too....

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  9. Hi Tina.Happy Diwali dear..click is so nice...delicious ladu dear....sure will try it.

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  10. Slurp!!!What a delicious maladu!! nalla asalayitundu...

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  11. Happy Deepavali Tina and that's one tasty ladoo u made da..

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  12. Daa ithu njan innale angotte erinju thannathano.....?nice presentation and happy diwali....

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  13. Happy Diwali Tina!
    Looks Delicious!

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  14. wow...great click and love the presentation...Happy Deepawali !!!!!

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  15. ente ammo..ippo thanne oru sthalath ninn ladoo kand vellam iraki verugayan..appol ida vere onn..
    very nice..and clisk looks fantatic!

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  16. Adipoli!!!kidilan pic.Happy Diwali da.

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  17. Great click and love the presentation...Happy Deepawali Tina !!!!!

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  18. Perfect laddoos, very well presented!

    Happy diwali to you and your family dear Tina, may this diwali light up your life with prosperity and lots of happiness!!!

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  19. Beautiful picture and the dish seems just perfect. Thank you for sharing and being an inspiration in photography

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  20. WOW!!! Such a lovely picture Tina... they look so yummy... feel like just picking it up from the pic :)

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  21. Happy Diwali Tina. Maladu looks delicious and luved the click:).

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  22. Happy Diwali,Tina!Lovely presentation and the laddu is so inviting..

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  23. Happy Diwali!
    This maladu looks so beautiful, so is the preseantation.

    Angie's Recipes

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  24. Maladu looks smooth and soft and yummy..

    Your profile pic is great..

    Wish u a very happy safe and prosperous Deepavali

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  25. Happy Deepavali to you & your family, the Maladu looks fantastic.

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  26. Wow Lovely ladoos!!
    Wishing you and your family a very happy and joyous Diwali dear! Have a great day!

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  27. yummy maladu and lovely presentation.Thanks for visiting me.Happy Diwali

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  28. Hi Tina, Happy Diwali... delicious maladu.... also just wanted u to know I have now added you to my blog list on the main page of my blog and returning ur favor...Keep up the good work!!

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  29. This is one healthy and Yummy treat for Diwali Tina and a lovely presentation! Wish you a happy and prosperous one!

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  30. Hi dear, HAPPY DIWALI.
    This is such a lovely picture treat for me, also making me hungry :)

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  31. My alltime favourite! lovely presentation too.

    happy deepavali

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  32. Picture looks too good, Tina. Happy Diwali.

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  33. this looks so yummy! i have always loved this! will deftly try!

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  34. Hi! This is my first time here, you have a great blog! The live activity feed widget is a great idea! I did however notice that I am not able to access links such as "Categories" "Stats" etc... The problem shows up in Chrome as well as Mozilla.

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  35. Wish you a very happy diwali Tina. though this is my first visit but i already wish to come and see more of your recipes. the pictures are superb. you really manage to make your page interesting.

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  36. very nice click and presentation.....

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  37. Wow tina maladu looks yummy.Will try this dear.Very simple.

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  38. first time here n loved your blog..
    the roasted gram powder is available in uttar pradesh where i belong to and this laddo is made with jaggery mostly... i love this...

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  39. Maalaadu looks delicious, lovely pictures too !

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  40. Wonderful picture treat for Diwali with simple ladoo !! tempting !!

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  41. Belated belated diwali wishes Tina. Hope you had a good one. Thanks for visiting my blog and for the warm comments. The laddoo looks pretty good.

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