Maladu

A good sweet made with Bengal gram(Kadalaparippu)

Maladu

A good sweet made with Bengal gram(Kadalaparippu)

Category : Snacks, Pure-Vegetarian

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By Treza Joseph

Published On: 26 Feb 2006

Rating: 3
7 Votes, 6 Reviews
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30 Minutes
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Directions

Step 1

Semi roast Bengal gram in a pan.

Step 2

:- Make sure it doesn`t get burnt.

Step 3

Grind it to a fine powder.

Step 4

Mix it with the powdered sugar and keep it aside in a bowl.

Step 5

Melt the ghee in another pan.

Step 6

Add the above ghee into the mixture in the bowl and mix well so as to form a dough.

Step 7

Make small balls off the above dough.

Step 8

:- Store them in a tight container.

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preethi

nice recipe. but too sweet

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Ramya

Traditional Maaladu is made with Pottu kadala....That makes it light and fluffy....it really melts in your mouth...With kadala parippu...I think it will not be good :(

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Jeen

I was searching for this kind recipe for a long time.now that i found it.really,it came out very well,and was an easy recipe too.thanx

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Jofy

It is really easy to make it.

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Sumi

maaladu is made with dalia split peas ( pottu kadala).bengal gram doesn`t give that taste.

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Poornima

It was so easy to make and all liked it at home.We can have this sweet during teatime and after meals.Thankyou very much.

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