Poha Ladoo With Chocolate And Coconut Recipe
Poha Ladoo With Chocolate And Coconut, a delicious Ladoo which will be loved by your kids, Prepare them during any special occasion and festivals.
Poha Ladoo With Chocolate And Coconut Recipe, sounds interesting, isn't it? Chocolate, all time favourite of kids along with coconut stuffed inside the ladoo is a superb snack for them and even the adults enjoy it as mush as the kids.
Here, we have used the white poha, but you can use the red ones which are rich in iron. These ladoos are easy to make, you can even make it during festivals. You can add your choice of dry fruits to make this ladoo more delicious and flavourful.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Ladoo recipes such as
- 1 1/2 cup Poha (Flattened rice) , white or red
- 3/4 cup Jaggery , grated, or sugar
- 4 Cardamom (Elaichi) Pods/Seeds
- 4 tablespoons Fresh coconut , gated
- 3 tablespoons Chocolate chips
- 1/4 cup Ghee
- 10 Cashew nuts
- 10 Raisins
How to make Poha Ladoo With Chocolate And Coconut Recipe
To begin making the Poha Ladoo With Chocolate And Coconut Recipe, heat a heavy bottom pan. Dry roast poha/aval till crunchy. Once it is done, switch off the heat and keep it aside to cool down.
Meanwhile crush the cardamom pods.
Grind the crunchy poha, crushed cardamom and sugar in a blender very well. Try to make a fine powder and transfer to a plate.
The next step is to prepare the stuffing. Put coconut in a pan and cook until dry. Lastly add chocolate chips. Switch off the heat and keep aside.
Then heat ghee in a different pan, add chopped cashews, raisins and fry them till they become golden brown. Add ghee along with fried cashews and raisins to the ground poha powder.
Knead everything well. If needed, add more ghee for the binding of ladoos.
Take a tiny ball size portion of coconut and chocolate chips mixture. Cover it with poha mixture all around and give a ladoo shape.
Myself Sasmita, an ex-software engineer by profession and food blogger by passion. I am the creator, writer & photographer of the foodie blog Firsttimercook (www.firsttimercook.com) where I share my thoughts about foods and you can find well-crafted recipes for the home cook.