Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Sunnundalu - Andhra Traditional Sweet(Blackgram lentil Sweet Laddoo )

Hi  my dear blogger friends I am unable to post my recipe from last 10 days.For a short period we went to our native place and back to our home.Today's my post is one of our family Traditional Sweet.
Sunnundalu Sweet is a very popular delicacy from Andhra Pradesh,India. I learn this from my Ammamma (maternal grand mother).Often she used to make this sweet in our exams times.This sweet considered to be the highly nutritious.This sweet is specially good for children.We can make this sweet with Sugar or Jaggery. Here i made with sugar.

Ingredients:

  1. Black gram           1 cup(whole Black gram looks in black in color,after removing skin it looks white in color)
  2. Sugar                   1 cup
  3. Pure Ghee            1/3 cup

Method:
  1. Fry lentil in  non stick pan in a medium flame for 4 to 5 min till lentils turn into golden brown color and nice aroma comes from this  lentils.
  2. Turn off the flame and keep aside lentils to be cool. 
  3. Now take fried lentils in mixer grinder or food processor and grind it fine coarse powder. Keep it aside.
  4. Then take  sugar in mixer grinder or blender blend  it fine powder.Keep it aside.
  5. Now take ghee and melt for 1 min.
  6. Take lentil powder and powdered sugar in a wide plate and mix well with hands.Now take melted ghee and add little by little in this sugar and lentil mixture mix well with hands till the mixture become thick and make it like round balls.Store it in container.



Sunnundalu
 Black gram lentil
 Sugar
 Ghee



21 comments:

  1. traditional sweet looks wonderful...with just 3 ingredients sounds good

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  2. Healthy and delicious laddoos, they looks marvellous..

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  3. These laddus are very nutritious and cute! Yummy sweet...

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  4. traditional sweet looks so delicious !!

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  5. Looks yum ...so tempting ..nice pics

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  6. first time here, hope to frequent u more often :P
    the previous post of guava juice is so tempting, I made green gram laddo recently from a blogger friends recipe, ur recipe is tempting me to try this one too :P thanks

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  7. Looks mouthwatering and healthy delicious ladoo...

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  8. Mouthwatering ladoos..looks so inviting.

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  9. Delicious n very new ~ thanks for the recipe Rani :)
    US Masala

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  10. Yummy sweet treat and they look delicious:)
    Reva

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  11. I love these laddos..make it with jaggary

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  12. Perfectly shaped and yummy!


    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  13. Authentic and yummy ..

    Thanks for dropping by my space and introducing me to your wonderful blog. Love the recipe collection. Following you for more yummy recipes and to keep in touch.

    Do visit back when you get a chance and would love to have you follow me too.

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  14. A mouthwatering sweet with just a few ings!! Im a huge fan of Andhra cuisine.. :) Thx for dropping by & following u too..!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  15. This is something new to me..looks authentic and delicious!

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  16. looks yum yum yummy !!!! lovely picture .....

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  17. Welcome back! This looks so sweet and yummy! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. First time here.
    I love them, My granny used to make these.

    FOODELICIOUS

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