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By Neha Agrawal
Laced with dry fruit, ghee, jaggery, brown sugar, or dates dry fruit laddu is one of India's most loved sweets or snacks, savored by desis on festive occasions or as customary eats to boost health. These laddoos come loaded with rich and savory nuts giving them a nutrient-dense delightful balance of flavors and textures for a perfectly healthy and tasty snack or dessert. Adding desiccated coconut to the roasted nuts and dried fruits adds to the crunch and sense-delighting taste of the mos
30 minutes or less
Diwali, Holi, Navratri
ASLI SHREDED COCONUTSFor 14 OZ
24 Mantra Jaggery BlockFor 1 LBS
The delicious dry fruit laddoos originate from the Northern parts of the Indian subcontinent, revered by sweet lovers worldwide for their irresistible taste. The blend of roasted nuts and dried fruits gives these laddoos a slightly crunchy texture, while desiccated coconut adds a subtle flavor. I add one dry fruit laddoo to my kid's lunch box or prefer to give them along with milk in breakfast to meet their daily nutrient requirements and keep them charged for the day. You can make these meaningful indulgences at home with a few easy steps. Have on your apron as I guide you to make the perfect recipe for dry fruit laddu - home-style.
Preparation Method for Dry Fruit Laddu Recipe
Dry roast the mixed dry fruits in a pan on medium heat for 2-3 minutes until they become slightly brown and fragrant. Be careful not to burn them.
Once roasted, transfer the dry fruits to the blender to grind them into a coarse powder. Keep aside.
In the same pan, add 1-2 tbsp of ghee and let it melt on medium heat.
Add the desiccated coconut to the pan and roast for a few minutes until it turns slightly brown.
Next, add the jaggery or brown sugar to the pan and mix well until it melts and forms a syrup-like consistency.
Add the ground dry fruit powder and cardamom powder to the pan and mix everything together.
Turn off the flame and allow the mixture to cool for a few minutes until it cools down a bit.
Take a small amount of the mixture in your hands and roll it into tasty round laddoos.
Let the laddoos cool completely before storing them in an airtight container.
The below values are approximate based on serving size and may differ based on an individual's nutrient requirements.
Energy : 167
Fiber : 2.7 g
Calcium : 36.2 mg
Phosphorus : 70.9 mg
Protein : 3.1 g
Fat : 9.8 g
Iron : 1.5 mg
Sodium : 2.4 mg
Carbohydrates : 17.8 g
Vitamin A : 363.9 mcg
Magnesium : 50.3 mg
Potassium : 236.3 mg
These laddoos can be stored for a few weeks at room temperature, making them the perfect snack to have on hand. Enjoy!
Use premium quality ghee from trusted Indian brands like Amul, Gowardhan, or Nova for a dry fruit laddu recipe
Roast the dry fruits and nuts properly to bring out their flavor and aroma. Be careful not to burn them as it can change the taste of the laddoos
Allow the laddoo mixture to cool for a few minutes before shaping it into laddoos, as it will be easier to handle and shape
Store the laddoos in an airtight container at room temperature for up to two weeks. I prefer storing them in the fridge for a longer shelf life