Ragi Ladoo Recipe or Nachni Ladoo recipe is delicious, healthy and nutritious Ladoo. Ragi Ladoo is a great snack recipe for toddlers, kids, and women.
What’s the first thing that comes to your mind on a Friday?
Then you are like thousands of others who are on the same page the moment they enter the last half of Fridays.
In fact, the eating outside is seeing a twist these days. It is now becoming, “let’s order from outside”, these days. Thanks to the traffic woes on Friday evenings, lack of parking and the pain of finding seats in a good and affordable restaurant.
I still remember the questionnaires that I used to fill when applying for a credit card, a few years back. One of the questions used to be, “How many times do you eat outside in a month?”.
And the options would be –
3). more than 2
These days, nobody asks that question. Because they know that these days the number of times we would eat from outside is more than the number of times we eat home-cooked food, in most cases.
And this change is a habit is driven by none other than our friendly own smartphones and those delivery apps out there.
When we moved into this new house, there weren’t many decent restaurants nearby. And nobody delivered food to our apartment premises. Delivery wasn’t available at all.
The pain of having to drive out on a weekend was too much for us. And that meant there was no excuse to go out and eat. So it was home-cooked food for us.
Then one day we saw a food delivery guy near our apartment.
We were quick to install the app and check. Indeed, they were delivering to our area. But there weren’t a lot of choices available in terms of restaurants or, the menu.
We still went ahead and ordered from whatever was available.
And then started the habit of ordering food from outside.
About a week back during the course of a discussion, when we pondered over what we were eating we suddenly realized that in most cases, we weren’t really ordering food with a menu in mind.
In fact, we were being driven by the food delivery app. What to eat was decided on the basis of what was available, discounts etc.
Yes, that’s true. We were no more eating what we want. We were instead eating what the food delivery apps wanted us to eat.
We were being controlled to such an extent that we even stopped evaluating things like what we were eating, how hygenic it is, who is cooking it and how are the kitchens.
These food delivery apps were controlling our food habits, not just what we eat but also when and how we eat.
We still have time. It isn’t too late to stop, think and review.
Let us not completely handover everything to technology, at least not our food.
Onto this week’s recipe.
Ragi Ladoo Recipe – How to Make Nachni Laddu
Ragi Ladoo Recipe is a great snack and dessert recipe for everyone. This recipe has the goodness of ragi also known as Nachni, ghee and sesame seeds.
Ragi Ladoo has a lot of health benefits. These Ladoos helps build your ion and vitamin B complex reserves. So whenever you feel like snacking, grab two of these power-packed ladoos to reduce your hunger craving.
Ragi is also beneficial to women during pregnancy and it has several health benefits after delivery as well. It aids in cell and tissue repair and is a good source of energy. Ragi and ragi flour is good for pregnancy, and integrating it into your diet chart during the first trimester of pregnancy can aid in a healthy pregnancy.
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- 1 cup Ragi Flour
- 1/2 cup Sugar
- 1/4 cup Ghee
- 2 tbsp Sesame Seeds
- 1/4 tsp Cardamom powder
In a pan roast sesame seed till they start popping and transfer to the plate.
Heat half of the ghee that is 1/8 cup of ghee in a pan, add ragi flour to it, roast until nice aroma comes, it will become sandy in texture and there will no raw smell.
Roast in low flame for about 5-7 mins stirring in between. Cooldown completely then add sugar to it.
Mix well then add sesame seeds, cardamom powder and remaining 1/8 cup ghee to it. Mix well so that it is mixed evenly.
Take a handful of flour, press tight and shape them as ladoos. Repeat to finish the mixture.
Store in a dry container. Keeps well at least for a week.
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