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Saturday, September 22, 2012

Besan Laddoo - A guest post for Priya

When Priya of Cook like Priya asked me to do a guest post, I was so thrilled, because it is my first time. I instantly accepted. I admire her blog - the layout, design, pictures, the words she uses and also her recipes. If you haven't been to her space take a peep here.    We both are in the baking group, so we got to know each other personally. She is a very bubbly cheerful person and am so happy to have her as a friend.
Initially I wanted to do some baked dish for the post, but later changed my mind thinking one after the other festive seasons are about to come , so Indian dessert would be most appropriate. Also Thaara loves laddoos (any type) a lot, that is also another reason for selecting laddoo. 


Below there are some pictures of the laddoo. The first picture you can also find in Priya's place, meaning virtually am bringing in laddoo to Priya for the guest post and after clicking the picture, I was focusing to click some pictures , by that time, Thaara is trying to take laddoo from the basket, she couldn't resist it. I clicked the picture of it too. That is the other picture. Anyway, the laddoo, was a hit at home, both Hubby and Thaara loved it. Most of it were gobbled by Thaara and rest by Hubby and few friends. 






The laddoo almost melted in the mouth and the toasted, chopped almonds added crunch to the bite. It is a yummy laddoo. Now you can imagine the taste of the Laddoo.. For the recipe, hop on to Priya's space. 

11 comments:

  1. This is one sweet that is never not on the menu!

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  2. Delicious besan laddo Great guest post Divya. I hoped over to Priya's blog already.

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  3. Visited at Priya's space Divya. Amazing besan ladoos dear...

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  4. I too have in archive. looks nice :)

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  5. Lovely guest post,kudos to both of you.

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  6. Delicious looking besan laddoos..

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  7. The besan laddoos look nice and non-greasy. Love the brass swan in the background.

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  8. ladoos look perfect with less ghee. liked them

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  9. You are not at all chaotic,my dear. I see that you have published few posts that I have missed.

    Besan ladoo is also another of our family favorite. Yes just two of these. Til Pinni and besan ladoo. Truly they are melt in mouth bites.

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