Sunday, February 15, 2009

Nani wale aate ke ladoo Advay ke liye,....

When i first read about Cooking for kids with love event i knew what i was going to share ,in the last year event JHIVA FOR LOVE I had dedicate the post to my dadi whom i really miss a lot at times,..coming back to this post i will share recipe of aate ka ladoo
which is loved by Advay lotz,.whenever my mother comes to visit us she gets box full of them,..easy to prepare recipe was passed to her by her mom ie our nani and now she being nani of Advay she prepares for him along with nimki which is another of his hot favourite

ingredients needed for Aate ke laddoo-
wheat flour 500gmsieved and fried in two tbsp of ghee,sugar 200gm grounded quantity may be increased or decreased as per requirement,dry fruits 100gm almond,raisins chopped and shallow fried in ghee,freshly grounded green cardamom two
procedure- mix the above mentioned ingredients together ,if needed add one tbsp of ghee to the mixture and make small table tennis shaped balls.
Aate ka ladoo is ready :-)
Its been more than a year since i have met Nani ,she cant travel much as she has got arthritis,so i guess i will go soon to meet her in my hometown,she is 80 plus but still she manages everything on her own,last year when we were in Delhi she had come down to visit us,she saw Advay for the first time and as Advay is her first great garnd child she dotes on him a lot,below pic is of Nani and Advay taken one year back
So Nani this post is dedicated to you,will meet u soon when weather is fine and i can manage Advay in train,...:-)tk care of your health
This small and sweet post is my entry for EVENT Cooking for kids with LOVE being hosted this month by Jigyasa and Prathibha of Pedathas whose food we eat and started by Sharmi of Neivedyam .
Thats all frens ,.ceeu all soon,..:-) happy bloggin,...and weekend...

19 comments:

Asha said...

Cute Advay, love the photo with his granny! :)

easycrafts said...

Simple recipe..who wouldnt like such simple and tasty ladoos

Sharmila said...

I know of aate ka halwa ... but aate ke laddoo is new for me. That is indeed a sweet post. :-)

Madhumathi said...

Hey i guess they call this atta pinni in punjabi..Was thinking of trying this..thanks for posting this recipe in the rite time.Your kid is soo cute..touchwood..

Cham said...

That is a beautiful post, I love the 2 nd pict he is so fond of savory :)

Andhra Flavors said...

cute kids. they enjoyed ur food and their granny.

LG said...

atta laddos are tasty treat Priyanka..esp the ones made with lots of love :) Advay is so lucky. Loved his pic with naani, he looks adorable.

sowmya said...

that is a very cute photo of advay with his nani..aate ka ladoo sounds easy and healthy too..

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Nice pics.... Wheat laddu sounds so good.... YUM!

rekhas kitchen said...

sweet ladoo for cute Advay i like his nimki wale photo so cute

Sanghi said...

Ladoo is delicious, also cute advay. first time here, u have a colourful space! Keep it up! Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog! :)

jayasree said...

Healthy ladoos.. Advay looks very adorable.

Sanghi said...

Kindly do pick ur award from my blog :)

Kitchen Flavours said...

Touchwood...

Sunshinemom said...

Advay looks so cute with the Nimkis and Nani:) I too like wheat laddoos!

Happy cook said...

Advai looks so sweet i love the picture with nani, in thathe looks so so so sweet and just lok at his beautiful smile.

Pavithra Kodical said...

Aate ka ladoo tastes great..Advay smile is so cute :)

Sharmi said...

lovely pictures, Advay looks so cute. When are you posting the nimki recipe? I will make these laddus for sure.

Rajee said...

Lovely pictures. Advay is sooooooooo cute. Lovely laddo too but it new to me and I'll try it.