8 Comments to “Laddu Recipe”

  1. A Baskar rao

    Jul 6th, 2011

    Dear Sirs,
    for making 200 laddu’s (not so big and not so small),What are the quantities of ingredients?
    How to calculate the cost of each laddu?
    (inculding packing charges,plastic bag,gas,and labout charges,cleaning charges(vessels)…
    Can u please quote me?

  2. T.V. Subramanyam

    Oct 21st, 2011

    As per your ingriedients every thing is fine but ‘Jajikkai’an important ingredient is not added. Jajikkai as called in tamil is lightly fried in ghee,powdered and added with the laddu. Am I right?

    • Uma

      Oct 23rd, 2011

      “jatikai” (nutmeg in English) is a spice and it is not the
      main ingredient in laddu. As I have given in the laddu recipe, many things can be added as options depending upon individual
      preference. well…. next time I make laddu, I will
      try to add a bit of nutmeg to see the difference.!


  3. sujith

    Apr 7th, 2012

    hello sir,
    please tell me the prepartion tirupati laddu nd its quantites.

    • Uma

      Apr 8th, 2012

      I really do not know the preparation of this special “tirupati” laddu


  4. tiviya

    Jun 10th, 2012

    wow,thanks this recipe works at last

  5. Uma

    Mar 28th, 2013

    Hii. If besan flour 360gm is 4 cups then how can sugar 600 gm be 3 and a half cups? Sorry my first time trying and i was just a little confused :) )

    • Uma

      Mar 28th, 2013

      hi, it is simple – sugar is heavier compared to besan for equal volume. My suggestion is if you
      are making a sweet for the first time, you must
      take small quantity and try. All the best.

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