Monday, 31 August 2009

Churma Na Ladoo ~ Wheat Flour Ladoos

churma na ladoo

Ganesh Chaturthi is incomplete without Lord's Favourite Ladoos. Last year I made authentic Modak for Vighnaharta, this year I decided to serve him with our traditional Gujarati Ladoos called Churma Na Ladoo. Gujaratis and brahmin community in particular are very fond of these Ladoos. They made from wheat flour and ghee and it gets its sweetness from jaggery. Guajarati Brahmin's feast is incomplete without Churma Na Ladoo.

2 Cups of Coarse Wheat Flour
1/2 Cup of Rawa (Semolina)
1/2 Cup of Milk
1/2 Cup of Water
2 Cups of Ghee
1 Cup of Ghee / Oil for Frying
2 Cups of Shredded Jaggery
2 Tablespoons of Elaichi Powder
1 Tablespoon of Jaiphal Powder (Nutmeg Powder)
1/2 Cup of Khus Khus (Poppy Seeds) / Sesame Seeds

1. Take course wheat flour, and add rawa to it. If you don't have course wheat flour, increase the amount of rawa to 11/2 cup. Add water, milk and knead a very though dough.

2. Make small balls or muthias out of this dough. Heat ghee or oil and deep fry these wheat balls till they turn brown in colour. This is the easy and best way to cook the wheat flour instead of traditional and time consuming method of making bhakris out of these small balls and then roasting them.

3. Once the wheat balls are fried, allow them to cool, later grind them coarsely in a food processor. The consistency should be of a coarse powder. Add elaichi and jaiphal powder in the grinded wheat.

4. Heat ghee in a pan, add shredded jaggery and allow jaggery to melt in the ghee, spread this mixture in the grinded wheat powder. Mix well with ghee, jaggery and wheat mixture with the help of a stapulla. Don't mix it with your hands as it will burn them as the ghee and jaggery mixture is very hot.

5. Once properly mixed, apply small amount of ghee on ur palms, take the ghee, jaggery and wheat mixture and make small round balls or ladoos by pressing it in between your palms. Make the ladoos when the mixture is still hot. Roll the ladoos in khus khus or sesame seeds.

6. Allow them to cool and place them in the air tight container. They can be stored for almost 10 days.

This is my entry for my very own
Janmashtami & Ganesh Chaturthi Event.

This post also goes for Sanghi's IFL - Milk Event and Sara's Sweet and Savoury Event

My Dear Friends Sanghi, Priya Raj and Lone Acorn have tagged me, you can know more about me through this tag here..... thank you girls for thinking about me and tagging me.


dsdsds 31 August 2009 at 14:50  

First time here.. You have a lovely blog.. This is a new recipe to me.. Shall try it out some time..

Pari Vasisht 31 August 2009 at 15:49  

yum! and same pinch since I also posted the same today as a part of ICC.

Sanghi 31 August 2009 at 15:51  

Yummy ladoos purva! Thanks for the entry!

lata raja 31 August 2009 at 16:05  

Hi Purva, I see very yummy churma ladoos here. Some more nice additions to the recipe.And yes even A2Z mentioned about making Bhakris. would love to try them.I will linl this post to the event.
Thanks for the tag.Will pick it up.

Gita Jaishankar 31 August 2009 at 16:12  

This sweet is very new to me...looks so soft and delicious :) Is coarse wheat flour same as wheat rava?

Sara's Corner 31 August 2009 at 16:23  

Hi Purva,

New to me. Thanks for the entry.

ST 31 August 2009 at 20:12  

Churma na ladoo looks delectable... 31 August 2009 at 21:51  

Purva kindly pls collect ur award from my blog dear!!
Lovely ladoos dear!!

Vidhya 31 August 2009 at 22:08  

laddoo looks really delicious Purva

Unknown 1 September 2009 at 00:04  

I just made these authentic ladoos for Ganesha..and sent across for your event as well...yours look too yummyyyy...

Mangala Bhat 1 September 2009 at 02:36  

Wow! Looks too good yummy! delicious da! hey Nice to know about u more !Thanks for sharing such ayummy food with us!

chakhlere 1 September 2009 at 03:39  

Those are really yummy laddos Purva!!

Thanks very much for sharing the tags with me dear!!

Madhavi 1 September 2009 at 04:16  

Oh yummmm ladoo, me pan wheat churma ladoo j banavela chhe :))

Purva Desai 1 September 2009 at 05:35  

Thank you all for ur lovely comments, Gita Coarse wheat is not wheat rava.....course wheat is wheat grains grinded coursely instead of fine flour...

Aps Kitchen 1 September 2009 at 09:12  

Lovely amma used to make this but in some diff way....Gr8

Savi-Ruchi 1 September 2009 at 10:36  

churma ladoo looks soo tempting.., picture is well taken

Indian Khana 1 September 2009 at 16:48  

Nice click dear..looks yum

Anshika 1 September 2009 at 16:49  

You could have joined Indian cooking challenge. This time it was Modak and churma laddu special.

You added a different touch to these churma laddus.

Mythreyi Dilip 1 September 2009 at 17:26  

Delicious ladoos Purva, looks great!

Vikis Kitchen 1 September 2009 at 18:01  

Lovely ladoo..Nice clicks. 1 September 2009 at 18:19  

Never tasted this ladoo before. Love the ingredients and I think my hubby will love it. Nice recipe and pic.

Jyoti V 1 September 2009 at 19:39  

churma looks so yummy...nice click.

vidhas 2 September 2009 at 04:28  

Yummy ladoo, nice explanation. Picgtrues are tempting.

Indhu 2 September 2009 at 07:28  

yummy laddoos... and love the picture :)

Deepti 2 September 2009 at 13:18  

Laddoos my fav...will give it a try sometime.

Pavithra Kodical 2 September 2009 at 16:30  

Mouthwatering ladoos :) Will try making this.

Mythreyi Dilip 2 September 2009 at 18:51  

Got a award for u, plz accept it dear:)

Recipeswap 2 September 2009 at 21:33  

I too made ladoos for Ganesh Chaturthi.Churma na ladoo looks great nice click.

BDSN 2 September 2009 at 23:26  

Wow!! Your recipe for ladoos uses lot of ghee..but what is a festival without ghee right??
Hey !! this is my first time here!!
You have a nice blog. One question though! what does the word stapulla mean? You have used this word to refer ghee.

Sukanya Yogesh 3 September 2009 at 04:27  

Yummy, I love this laddoos as well...

Purva Desai 3 September 2009 at 09:04  

BDSN - Stapulla is a utensil which is used to stir or mix the ingredients while cooking......

Rekha 3 September 2009 at 12:50  

Looks delicious, only I am scared of developing ganeshji's tummy after eating this LOL!

PriyaRaj 3 September 2009 at 15:40  

Different type of ladoo Purva......awesome

Sonal 4 September 2009 at 05:44  

hi purva...nice to see our marwari special laddoos here...:D
you know..ur blog insprires me cook some gud food :D yeah..always...
last time when i felt lazy... and postponed my plans for kachori ;D..ur kachoris made me crave for them and i made those crisp kachoris on the same day :D. now from a long time i was thinking for churma -baati..and ur churma laddos made me drool ..yum-yum

Preety 4 September 2009 at 06:55  

nicely round shaped ladoos, perfect

Anushruti 4 September 2009 at 15:39  

This is such a delicious treat!

Deepti 6 September 2009 at 04:07  

hey do visit my blog...there is an award for u.

Kanchan 6 September 2009 at 04:12  

I always had these ladoos @ my gujrati frnds places and always thought that Churma is some different type of flour !!
I gotto know this tats its RAWA + wheat flour !

chakhlere 7 September 2009 at 04:52  

You have awards waiting at my blog.
Please accept it from a little fan as token of appreciation.

Renu 7 September 2009 at 06:41  

this is new to me....can already feel the taste ...

Ankit Ashok 13 February 2010 at 22:36  

The ladoos seem delicious.
Miss my Gujarati neighbours now :)

Mrspetlover 4 April 2010 at 22:54  

This ladoo recipe reminds me of my mom's orig ladoo recipe...


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