Aval Laddu | Poha Laddu

If you’ve considered flattened/beaten/parched rice or poha to be only used in making savory or salty dishes, then this post of Poha Laddu is going to change that thought of yours. Also called as Aval Laddu in Malayalam and Tamil languages, this recipe is quick and easy, yet equally delicious. This Ladoo Recipe has thick…

aval laddu served on a brass plate with some flowers on the side and text layover.

If you’ve considered flattened/beaten/parched rice or poha to be only used in making savory or salty dishes, then this post of Poha Laddu is going to change that thought of yours. Also called as Aval Laddu in Malayalam and Tamil languages, this recipe is quick and easy, yet equally delicious. This Ladoo Recipe has thick poha, jaggery, ghee along with a few more ingredients and makes for a lovely after-meal dessert or a sweet snack during the day.

aval laddu served on a brass plate with some flowers on the side and text layover.aval laddu served on a brass plate with some flowers on the side and text layover.

About Aval Laddu

Whenever you are working with poha, you’ll see that most of the dishes that you make with it quite simple and fuss-free. And so is this Poha Laddu as well.

In addition to the thick flattened rice, jaggery and ghee that goes in this recipe, you’ll just need some milk and green cardamom powder.

I have also added some cashews and raisins in this recipe of Aval Laddu. But you can skip adding these. Even without any nuts and dry fruits, these laddu taste fab. Instead of white poha, you can even use red poha to make these ladoo.

One of the most important things that you must remember while making these laddu is that, you’ll have to roast the poha really well. If it turns light brown, it’s fine.

But make sure to roast it well. One way to check this is take some of the poha and…

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