Rice flour laddu - 400th post

Written by: 7aum Suvai

Today’s recipe is my 400th post in this blog and a big THANK YOU for all your support for the last one and half years. Rice flour laddu/ Arisi maavu urundai is one of my favourite laddu which my mom used to prepare very often. As we did not have mixer grinder during my childhood she prepares rice flour using a wooden pestle and stone mortar (ulakkai and ural). I got peanut laddu and rice flour laddu recipe from my mom and i prepared it for very first time using mixer grinder. It tasted as good as my mom`s preparation. Here comes the recipe for yummy rice flour laddu or arisi maavu laddu.

Rice flour laddu

Ingredients:

      • 1 cup – Raw rice
      • 1/4 to 1/2 cup – Sugar (or use as needed)
      • 2 nos – Cardamom
      • 3 tbsp – Coconut grated (optional- i did not use it)
      • 2 tbsp – Ghee

Rice flour laddu process

Rice flour laddu

Preparation method:

  1. Soak raw rice in enough water for 1/2 to 1 hour and drain water completely. Grind them in a mixer grinder along with cardamom seeds to a fine powder and sieve the flour, set aside.
  2. Take a mixing bowl, add freshly ground rice flour, enough sugar, coconut grated (if using it) and ghee, mix well together. Check for sugar at this stage, if needed add more.
  3. Press with your hands as shown in the picture. Allow them to stay for 15 to 20 mins then make small sized balls. Store it in an airtight container.

Rice flour laddu

Notes:

  • I did not add grated coconut in this recipe because you cannot keep the laddu for longer duration. But in the original recipe coconut was used as it adds nice flavour to the laddu.
  • Increase or decrease the quantity of sugar as per your taste.

Rice flour laddu

26 comments:

  1. Congrats for your 400th post. And rice flour ladoo looks very yumm.

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  2. Congrats on your 400th post dear ! Ladoos looks awesome , one thing I want to ask so we don't have to cook rice flour ? Means just grind and use to make ladoos .

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    1. yes sapana..i had the same question and i confirmed with my mom...This is how she prepares...

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  3. Congratulations on your 400th post...raw rice laddoo is very new to me..looks good

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  4. congrats shanthi on your new milestone :) like that cute horse facing towards ladoo :)

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  5. congrats on 400 wow this is such a yum laddu to celebrate :)

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  6. congrats on ur 400th post.. looking fwd to more...love the color of the ladoo

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  7. Congrats Shanthi on your 400th post, way to go girl, wish you many many more successful years to come with lovely mouthwatering and "n" number of recipes...
    Arisi maavu laddu looks super delicious, perfect way to celebrate....

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  8. Congrats Shanthi. Can we have more than 1 laddo per day as it is raw rice? Nice one

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  9. Congrats on ur 400th post.Very new to me. never tried with rice flour. will try some time :)

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  10. Congrats dear... 400 post in 1 and half year is a great achievement...

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  11. Cogratulations dear! these laddoos look very inviting!! Im wondering how it would taste, wish i could taste one :D

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  12. congratz on your 400th post dear :) ladoo looks so cute and delicious !!

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  13. Congrats for your 400 th post. Ladoos looks delicious with good presentation

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    1. I used store bought grated frozen coconut.

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