8/24/11

Blogging Marathon #8 - Kids Delight - Murukku Laddoo

Murukku Laddoo, is a recipe from my late grandmother . I miss her a lot. She used to make this after Diwali when we were tired of munching the murukku made at home. Very simple preparation, but again it tastes out of the world. One of the things that I inherited from my grandmother is her cooking talent.

Todays recipe is a Kid s Delight , which requires no fire at all. I prepared this dish for a competition in Radio Mirchi and won accolades for it from Chef Damu.



Ingredients:


  1. Muruku - 5 nos
  2. Jaggery - 1.5 cup
  3. Coconut scrappings - 2 tsps

  4. Nuts - Optional

Method:



  1. I had got murukku from the shop to make this. You can make use of either home made or readymade muruku

  2. Take all the ingredients in the blender and pulse them into a coarse mixture

  3. Remove the coarse powder in a plate and start making small balls out of the mixture

  4. The oil from the murukku will help the balls stay in place

  5. Store in a dry box. Will last for two days.

Now isnt that very simple. Do try it out and let me know of your view.
Check what my fellow marathoners are cooking on Day 2

20 comments:

Unknown said...

wow, that is interesting to make this out of murukkus, very innovative of your grand ma :)

Pavani said...

Yummy looking murukku laddoos.

Unknown said...

thi sis somewhat similar to bandar ladoo...and I am sure it tastes yum and heavenly!

Archana Vivek said...

This is interesting and completly awesome. Never heard of.

Priya Suresh said...

Thats truly very interesting Kamalika,feel like having some..

Srivalli said...

That's a delicious one! I remember making manoharam and this must be an easier one to make though!

Lifewithspices said...

Hv nor tried this but hv heard abt it.. looks too good..

jayasree said...

Loved this makeover of the usual murukku...

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Very innovative to be making a laddoo out of murukku!

vaishali sabnani said...

are u trying to say we can use any of the murukkus available..but are'nt they salty?..do clarify...

Harini said...

looks good.

The Pumpkin Farm said...

interesting, if i replace murukku with chapati it becomes are malida.

Reva said...

Wow , what a lovely idea. Great way to finish off the murukkus. Congrats on winning the competition:) It is really an honour to receive the prize from Chef.Damu...
Glad that I bumped onto your blog... Proud to follow u:) Happy blogging dear..
Reva

Suma Gandlur said...

a new one to me.

Vardhini said...

Wow .. never knew you could make ladoo with murukkus. Interesting.

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Unknown said...

WOW!!!!Lovely different version.Will soon try it

Jane said...

This is a new recipe to me! Looks lovely.

A Kamalika Krishmy said...

@ Vaishali - you can use any type of murukku. Be it Kaimurukku or thenkulal

@ All- This was a regular dish done by my grandmom. I make this dish only to make me feel she is still there with me

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