Jowar Ladoos with Rose Petals are ladoos made with Jowar or sorghum flour. These ladoos have the goodness of almonds and coconut.
I spotted the Jowar Ladoos at Harini ‘s space and immediately decided to make them, but I wanted to give them a twist. I followed her recipe but added some dried rose petals. I powdered them and trust me they were at a different level. These Ladoos can be served for festivals, like Ganesh Chaturthi, Diwali, you can even take them to a friend’s place as a gift. The Amaranth and Nuts Ladoos that I posted yesterday also is a wonderful Diwali gift.
Diwali is just around the corner and these ladoos are very festive, give them a try, as they are healthy as well as delicious. I am posting these Ladoos for my Day 2 post under Diwali Sweets and Savoury theme. You could check more of these recipes here.
Recipe Inspiration; Harini
Jowar Ladoos with Rose Petals
3/4 cup Jowar flour
3 tbsp coconut powder
3 tbsp semolina
3/4 cup sugar
4 tbsp almonds, powdered
1 tsp cardamom powder
2 tbsp dried rose petals, powdered
1 tbsp ghee
Milk as required (1/4 cup )
Add a tbsp of ghee to a frying pan.
Add Jowar flour and semolina and roast both the flours till the raw smell disappears.
Make sure you roast them on slow fire.
Remove from fire.
Add coconut powder, cardamom powder, almond powder, and finally, the dried rose petals.
Slowly start adding the milk so that the mix comes together. Make sure the mix is still warm.
Bind into lemon sized balls.
Place them in cupcake liners and decorate as you please.
Some other Ladoos –
Jowar Ladoo with Rose Petals
- 3/4 cup Jowar flour
- 3 tbsp coconut powder
- 3 tbsp semolina
- 3/4 cup sugar
- 4 tbsp almonds powdered
- 1 tsp cardamom powder
- 2 tbsp dried rose petals powdered
- 1 tbsp ghee
- cup Milk as required 1/4
- Add a tbsp if ghee to a frying pan .
- Add Jowar flour and semolina and roast both the flours till the raw smell disappears .
- Make sure you roast them on slow fire .
- Remove from fire .
- Add coconut powder, cardamom powder , almond powder and finally the dried rose petals .
- Mix well .
- Slowly start adding milk so that the mix comes together . Make sure the mix is still warm .
- Bind into lemon sized balls .
- Place them in cup cake liners and decorate as you please .