I have mentioned here many times before that one of the easiest Indian dessert to prepare are ladoos. They come together very quickly and most of these never go wrong, except may the boondi ladoo and the likes which I never attempt to make. Making ladoo with flour is in fact the simplest process ever. And this Ragi Peanut Ladoo Recipe is one such.

When I was brainstorming for recipe idea with millets, ragi ladoo kept coming back. I quickly checked the blog for the variety of ragi ladoos that I have and found out that Ragi Peanut Ladoo Recipe was not there on the list!

This is so easy that even kids can make this one! The taste is good!Well, there is peanuts and cane sugar which both add to the deliciousness of the dish as well as mask the ragi flavor.


The fussy lil dude ate one without realizing he was eating something made of Ragi! Well, that says a lot about the dish , right! I am in no hurry to tell him or explain the ingredients of the sweet he had! As long as he enjoys it , I am happy that he in taking in the right stuffs which he normally hates!

This ladoo can be put together in minutes and can be store d for a week. I am not sure of its shelf life after that coz my stock got over quite fast.

If you are looking out for some other Ladoos with Ragi do check out these…

Ragi Peanut Ladoo Recipe

Here is how to prepare this easy breezy Ragi Peanut Ladoo Recipe

Heat ghee in a small pan and add the cashews.Fry till golden brown. Remove from ghee and reserve the remaining ghee. Break the cahews into small pieces and keep aside.

Roast the ragi flour on low flame till the raw smell disappears. Let it cool.

In a mixie jar, take peanuts, ragi flour and cane sugar and grind to a powder.

Immediately transfer it onto a plate and put in the cashew bits and the reserved ghee used to fry it. Take a fistful of this mixture and shape into balls.

Store in an air tight container or enjoy these ladoos immediately!

Ragi Peanut Ladoo Recipe

Note:

  • Make the ladoos as soon as you powder the mixture, The slight heat from grinding it will help hold the shape of the ladoo.
  • You can add a few teaspoons of melted ghee / milk if you are not able to shape the ladoo.
  • You can adjust the sugar quantity to suit your taste.
5 from 3 votes
Ragi Peanut Ladoo Recipe
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
5 mins
Total Time
10 mins
 

 A quick and easy healthy dessert with Finger millet flour,peanuts and cane sugar

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Indian
Author: PJ
Ingredients
  • 1/2 cup Ragi Flour
  • 1/2 cup Roasted unsalted Peanuts
  • 1/8 cup Unrefined cane sugar Adjust to taste
  • 1 teaspoon Ghee
  • 8 numbers Cashewnuts
Instructions
  1. Heat ghee in a small pan and add the cashews.Fry till golden brown. Remove from ghee and reserve the remaining ghee. Break the cahews into small pieces and keep aside.

  2. Roast the ragi flour on low flame till the raw smell disappears. Let it cool.

  3. In a mixie jar, take peanuts, ragi flour and cane sugar and grind to a powder.

  4. Immediately transfer it onto a plate and put in the cashew bits and the reserved ghee used to fry it. Take a fistful of this mixture and shape into balls.

  5. Store in an air tight container or enjoy these ladoos immediately!

Recipe Notes
  • Make the ladoos as soon as you powder the mixture, The slight heat from grinding it will help hold the shape of the ladoo.
  • You can add a few teaspoons of melted ghee / milk if you are not able to shape the ladoo.
  • You can adjust the sugar quantity to suit your taste.

This post is for Blogging Marathon #94, Week 2, Day 3, where I have chosen the theme – Millet recipes.

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7 thoughts on “Ragi Peanut Ladoo Recipe”

  1. It feels really good when picky/fussy eaters eat what you make , unaware of the ingredients that went in, isn’t it? Ragi laddu are so easy to make and healthy as well.

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