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It is an Telangana classical sweet dish, combination of chapati and Jaggery turns in to a wonderful laddu.

MALIDA LADDU

 

 

It is an Telangana classical sweet dish, combination of chapati and Jaggery turns in to a wonder... Read More..

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How to make MALIDA LADDU

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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
30 mins
MALIDA LADDU
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Wheat flour
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : February 26, 2019


Ingredients used in MALIDA LADDU
• Chapati pieces - 1 cup.
• Cashew nuts - 10 numbers.
• Pistachio - 10 numbers.
• Badam - 10 numbers.
• Fennel powder - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Cardamom powder - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Dates (chopped) - 6 numbers.
• Jaggery - 1 cup.
• Ghee - as required.
Method:
  • Knead the dough just like chapati, keep it a side for a 15 minutes, then divide the portions and roll it with the help of rolling pin.
  • Cook the chapati by adding ghee on both sides.
  • Now grind these chapatis in a blender to make a coarse powder.
  • In a mixing bowl add blended chapati mixture and add nuts powder (cashew nuts, pistachio, badam) chopped dates, fennel powder, cardamom powder, grated jaggery, ghee mix it well and make laddus.





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MALIDA LADDU

 

 

It is an Telangana classical sweet dish, combination of chapati and Jaggery turns in to a wonderful laddu. Malida Laddu, commonly known as Malidalu is a classic Telangana sweet dish which is a combination of chapatti, jaggery and dry fruits mixed together and made into a wonderful laddu. This sweet delicacy is extremely flavorful, rich to taste. A brilliant way of using leftover chapattis! Chapati is popular Indian flat bread made of Wheat flour. It is the staple food in most North Asian countries especially North India and Pakistan. A chapatti can be made with various other flours too like the jowar (jowari ki roti), bajra (bajre ki roti), ragi, soya etc.

 

Wheat flour is rich in calcium, iron, fiber and other minerals. When added to other flours, it has high amounts of proteins and fiber. Malida laddu is an unique amalgamation of combining chapattis that are ground into coarse powder with grated jaggery and mix of cashew nuts, pistachios, badam powder that adds a superlicious crunch and nutty flavor to this sweet. This laddu is flavored with fennel and cardamom powder that offers an awesome aroma and taste. Overall, malida laddu is exceptionally yummy, appetizing and nutritionally benefitting. It is one of the best ways to feed the kids with these types of food items.

Recipe:  Malida Laddu

Ingredients:

  1. Chapati pieces                         -       1 cup
  2. Cashew nuts                            -       10 gms
  3. Pistachios                                -       10 gms
  4. Badam                                       -       10 gms
  5. Fennel powder                        -       ½ tsp
  6. Cardamom powder                -       ½ tsp
  7. Dates, chopped                       -       6 nos
  8. Jaggery                                     -       1 cup
  9. Ghee                                          -       2 tbsp

 

  1. To make chapatti: Knead the dough just like chapatti and keep aside for 15 minutes. Divide into small portions and roll the dough with help of rolling pin. Cook the chapatti by adding ghee on both sides.
  2. Grind the chapatti in the blender into coarse powder.
  3. Take a mixing bowl, add chapatti mixture, nuts powder (cashew nuts, pistachios, badam, chopped dates, fennel powder, cardamom powder, grated jaggery and ghee.
  4. Mix all ingredients well and make into laddus.

Kids generally hate eating chapatti or often with a chapatti you have to prepare a curry or dal etc, making a delicious laddu with chapatti is an awesome variation in taste and delight to the kids to keep healthy and enjoy the new flavors. Often you are advised by the Dieticians etc to have a handful of dry fruits as they have lots of health benefits that most of us are unaware of. Kids love eating cashew nuts and it provides protein and fiber to body.

 

Cashews have no cholesterol and contain healthy monounsaturated fats that promotes good cardiovascular health Pistachios are awesome definitely yummy nuts that are often added in ice-creams, halwa or pedas etc. They contain a wide variety of nutritents called carotenoids that are beneficial to eye health. They are rich in fiber which helps people feel full for longer time. Dates are a popular dry fruit having natural sweetness.

 

Dates consist of sugar, fats, protein and many essential vitamins. Hence this sweet laddu made combining a variety of dry fruits is sure a striking, appetizing sweet that you must try. It’s very easy and quick to prepare. This sweet delicacy is a perfect dish for any festive occasion as it is quick and easy to make. They also bring a majestic unmatched joy of experiencing an exotic dessert from a simple yet yummy chapati. Do try this salivating dessert recipe and enjoy the taste.

 

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Max Landsborough Posted on Thu Mar 20 2014

Great video looks absolutely scrummy?

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SINDHU MENON Posted on Fri Mar 21 2014

RAGINI HOW CAN THE MIXTURE BE HOT IF WE R MAKING FROM LEFT OVER CHAPPATI. PLS EXPLAIN. DO U HEAT THE CHAPPATIS IN MICROWAVE?? ?

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Sushma Raghu Posted on Fri Mar 21 2014

This is called Maldi in North Karnataka. This is absolutely not new!! Just by showing in a different shape can never be a new try by the chef!! Instead of saying I tried if she had said wil show u a good receive would have been nice!!! I have been e

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Neetu Lalmalani Posted on Sat Mar 22 2014

Ragini ur husband is great chef and u r too. Your  beautiful smile and voice is cherry on top.?

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Kiran Gupta Posted on Thu Jun 05 2014

Very well presented and demonstrated. I do not know her name, but she has confidently and efficiently presented the recipe for Malida laddus?

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HinduThrust Posted on Sat Jul 12 2014

As kids we ate these almost every alternate day...in Maharashtra these laddus are specially made for kids.?

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Glowingmom08 Posted on Fri Sep 26 2014

Please can you give the measurement for this recipe. Thank you.?

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Selvan Raj Posted on Sun Feb 08 2015

New interesting recipe!.. :)?

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seema sehgal Posted on Thu Apr 02 2015

nice to see MRS VAHCHEF. ?

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shankar jerri Posted on Tue Apr 07 2015

Malida laddus is not a new recipe. Its been there since very long time. My grandma used to make these for us in our childhood.?

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