Dry fruits laddu step-by-step recipe with photos.
Nuts, dates, raisins, and absolutely no sugar! Can a snack get this good? Of course yes!
These little wonder bites can be put together in minutes and stay fresh for a week when stored in an airtight container. I don’t have to even mention how healthy the ingredients that go into them are. They taste absolutely divine.
As a child, I remember eating these dry fruit laddu mostly during festivals. They were one of my favourites. Now I make and store them regularly. These are my husband’s favourite snacks! My daughter never says No to them and loves munching on them…
To make these laddus, I blitz pitted dates in the food processor. I saute poppy seeds and nuts in a pan with some ghee\. I mix in the pitted dates and combine until it comes together. The dates bind the entire mixture together. While the mixture is still hot, I make small balls out of it. Done. Simple, healthy snack ready in minutes.
PS: In case you are wondering, in India, dry fruits means nuts (cashew, almonds, pistachio, walnuts, etc. but excludes peanuts) along with dried fruits (dates, raisins, figs, apricot, etc.).
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DRY FRUITS LADDU RECIPE VIDEO:
Dry fruits laddu step-by-step recipe with photos
Ingredients to make dry fruits laddu
1. Roughly chop the nuts and set aside
2. Roughly chop the dates. Start blitzing the dates in a food processer or mixie
3. Keep processing until they come together like a ball
4. Heat ghee and add poppy seeds
5. Next, add the chopped nuts and fry on low flame
6. Next, add raisins
7. Break the dates into pieces and add next.
8. Keep mixing on low flame
9. The entire mixture will come together
10. Shape them in laddu form while the mixture is still warm
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