Rava Ladoo Recipe Without Coconut – How To Make Simple, Quick & Easy Rava Ladoo/Sooji Ladoo
You can make South Indian style rava ladoo following this easy rava ladoo recipe (without coconut) using rava (sooji or semolina flour) and few other ingredients.
This is a very quick and easy Indian dessert recipe known as Sooji ladoo or sooji laddu recipe in North India while in South Indian states, this is mostly known as rava ladoo (rava laddu) where rava or sooji stands for the semolina flour.
Laddoos or laddus are small sweet balls made with flour and sugar along with few other ingredients, they are popular Indian desserts. There are many types of laddus and different recipes for making them in South India and North India.
Rava laddoo or Sooji laddoo is an easy Indian sweet made using semolina flour which is often made during festivals and family celebrations.
If you follow this rava ladoo recipe South Indian style these ladoos are extremely easy to make, yet very delicious. This rava ladoo recipe requires only few ingredients and it takes only less than 20 minutes for preparation. My grandmother used to prepare this for me whenever I wanted it and now I make it for my family!
As I mentioned above there are different ladoo recipes, but this is one of the easiest and one of my favorites. I especially like recipes made using sooji since they are very easy to prepare and usually take only few minutes to get them done.
If you are buying roasted sooji , you can skip the first step in the recipe instructions.
So here is how you can make delicious, easy and quick rava ladoo following this easy quick rava ladoo recipe South Indian style.
Easy Rava Ladoo Recipe Below
Rava Ladoo Without Coconut South Indian Style Recipe
- Rava Sooji or Semolina flour 1 Cup
- Sugar 3/4 Cup
- Ghee or melted butter 1 tablespoon
- Warm milk 1/4 Cup or little more if needed
- Cardamom powder a pinch
- Cloves a few optional, leave out if you don't like the flavor
More Optional Ingredients
- Cashew nuts raisins
- Heat ghee or melted butter in a pan and roast sooji for about five minutes. Sooji should not change the colour.
- Add the sugar, cardamom powder and cloves, stir well till the sugar starts to melt.
- Remove the pan from the stove, sprinkle the warm milk over the mixture little by little and mix well. If the mixture is still dry, you may add a little more amount of milk, but make sure you only sprinkle the milk as needed and not add them all together in order to avoid the mixture becoming soggy from too much moisture.
- Make balls out of the mixture while it is still warm. You can wait if the mixture is too hot, but you should make the balls while the mixture is still warm, or it will be difficult to form the balls.
- If you wish, you may also fry the cashew nuts and raisins in little ghee and add them to the mixture before making the balls.
- You may grease your palms with ghee or dip your hands in cold water or before making the balls, as this will help you to do the job more easily. If the mixture is still dry for making the ladoos and if its not holding together or if the mixture is still very hot for you to handle, you may use a little chilled milk which can be sprinkled as needed which will help you to make the balls easily.
Hope you like this rava ladoo recipe South Indian style made using rava, ghee and few other ingredients which makes a perfect simple and popular Indian dessert for festivals and special occasions.
Try this coconut burfi easy dessert or thengai burfi recipe using coconut if you like easy Indian desserts.