Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Peanut Peda / Peanut Laddoo ..



Ing :

Peanuts : 1/2 cup
Whole milk : 1/2 cup
Powdered sugar : 1/2 cup
Salt : A pinch
Fresh Vanilla Powder / Vanilla essence : 1/4 tea spoon
Ghee : 1/4 tea spoon

Method :

* Dry roast the peanuts in microwave/Pan for 2 minutes, remove the skin and chop it.

* In a mixer / blender make a fine paste of peanuts using little amount of milk.

* Take a non stick pan, add in the milk and sugar. Once sugar dissolves completely with milk add a fine paste of peanuts and mix it well in a low flame.

* Add vanilla essence and a pinch of salt (make sure it is just a PINCH).

* Keep stirr the mixture until it starts to leave the pan ( Halwa Consistancy ) approximately 8 to 10 minutes.

* Switch off the flame and allow mixture to cool down for 8 to 10 minutes.

* Grease your palm with ghee and make Peda's, decorate with peanuts.

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* I'm sending this nutritious peanuts laddo/peda to Swathi Iyer's Hearth Soul Blog Hop and also to Elsa Cooks.

20 comments:

EncourageSpice said...

looks so delicious.tempting clicks.

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u :)

Priya said...

The pedas look awesome - a refreshing twist to the regular peda :)

Ummu Azi said...

Delicious & tempting..

Ramya Krishnamurthy said...

super and yummy ladoos.sure i will try this one:)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Looks very tempting and delicious...

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u Priya :)

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u :)

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u Ramya.. It is very easy..Try and let me know your feedback..

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u :)

Divya Pramil said...

Lovd the click Shree.. Looks so tempting and the glace over it is just awesome!! Feel like grabbing some!!

Helen Prabha said...

Looks superb yummy....

tinku shaji said...

Simply yummy.. drooling..
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Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u Divya :)

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u Helen :)

Shree Kanneppady said...

Thank u Tinku :)

Judy@Savoring Today said...

Wow, how easy is that?! I've not had Peda before, but they sound really tasty. Thanks for sharing on Hearth & Soul Hop. :)

Jaleela said...

wow yummy peda,

April @ The 21st Century Housewife said...

These look really yummy - what a lovely treat! Thank you for sharing them with the Hearth and Soul hop.

ShravsCookBookBlog said...

nice idea to make pedas with peanuts...:)