Sago/Sabudana Ladoo

Trupti of Recipe Center had shared this recipe some time back...I followed the same and the ladoos were very delicious.


1 cup sago
1/4 cup ghee
1/2 cup powder sugar
1 tsp cardamom powder

Dry roast the sago until it starts changing colour. Allow it to cool and grind it to fine powder in the mixer. Sieve the same until you get a fine powder of the sago.

Meanwhile mix the ghee and sugar well and add cardamom powder, dry fruits and finally the fine sago powder to it. Mix again well and make balls of it. If it breaks, add a little more ghee to it to make it stay stiff.

Sending this over to Sunita for the Think spice event this month with the theme of favourite spice...mine being Cardamom.

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Priti said...

Hmm never had sago laddu...looks interesting...good entry dear

sowmya said...

new to me..very creative..looks great..

Seema said...

Sago Laddo - Very new to me! Interesting variety & looks yum! More like Rava ladoo, right, except fry & powder Sago. Nice one.. very unique..

sunshinemom said...

I don't eat sabudana, but I will make this as my daughter loves them! This is a totally new recipe! Thanks:)

Usha said...

Looks delicious,never tried sago in a sweet ladoo will try this sometime :)

Cham said...

sago ladoo is totally new :) looking great too

sunita said...

Thank you for those wonderful laddoos..neat idea.

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