Diwali is all about spending quality time with your loved ones, and what better way to usher the eve of Diwali in than making something sweet for the D-Day? We’ve put together a Suji Ladoo recipe so that you can enjoy the sweet benefits of cooking together with your family. Try it out!
160 grams of Rava Suji
200 grams of khoya (mawa)
1/2 cup ghee
1 cup powdered sugar
1/4 teaspoon elaichi powder
Grate/crumble the khoya.
Heat 1/2 a cup of ghee in a kadai.
Add 1 cup of Rava.
Mix it well and stir the Rava on low heat for 8-9 minutes.
Stir (on low heat) until the Rava becomes fragrant and changes colour. Don’t be alarmed – the Rava might expand a little after absorbing all the ghee.
Making Suji Ladoo
Add in the crumbled khoya.
Stir well on low heat for 2-3 minutes until the khoya melts.
Add 1/4 teaspoon of elaichi powder. Stir for 1 minute and switch off the flame.
Transfer the mixture to another plate.
Let it cool until you can touch the mixture. Then, add 1 cup of powdered sugar. Mix well.
Grease your palms with a little ghee, take some of the mixture and shape it into a ladoo.
Garnish with raisins.
We hope you had a great Diwali eve cooking with your family. Show us your finished product – take a picture of your creation, upload it on your social media and tag us!
Can you imagine a life without one of India’s most popular staple dishes, parathas? It’s quite difficult to even think about it. As Indians, our cravings for parathas will never end, and as
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Even though the range of parathas is so wide, we’re starting right from the basics: the plain paratha. However, unless you have the perfect atta, you can’t perfect the paratha.
In a bowl, take Century Mills Atta, add salt, oil and water.
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Heat your tawa and when hot, place your paratha on it.
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