Nutty Sattu Ladoos / Sugarfree Sattu Ladoo

Nutty Sattu Ladoos / Sugarfree Sattu Ladoo

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Kids grow up and go out to study. Whenever they come back on vacations, that’s the celebration time for parents. My nephew, who is doing his medical from China, whenever comes back home we generally plan get together. Next month my son is also going to Canada for his higher studies, so this time when my nephew came back, we decided to have a family holiday together at Naldehra.

I wanted to make a number of things, at least one for every member’s favourite…. Cakes, cookies, snacks etc. Since my father is a diabetic, so I wanted to make something for him as well.

This week for cooking from cookbook challenge I was looking for some dish. It reminded me of the newspaper magazine Madhurima. Few days back, I had read about some diabetic dishes in it and had kept that page to try some of those. Now is the appropriate time to try as it will serve two purposes….. my entry to the challenge and at the same time a dish for my father.

I picked up the page and started looking for the most suitable recipe. Out of all, I settled for Nutty Sattu Ladoos. I had all the ingredients ready in my pantry and this was one quick and easy recipe and the most important thing, that I can carry it easily to our trip for my father.

Nutty Sattu Ladoos

Here is my Nutty Sattu Ladoos…

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Nutty Sattu Ladoos / Sugarfree Sattu Ladoo
Sugar free diabetic friendly nutty sattu ladoo are so good to taste and have a lingering nutty flavor
Nutty Sattu Ladoos
Prep Time 5 min
Cook Time 7-8 min
Servings
ladoos
Ingredients
Prep Time 5 min
Cook Time 7-8 min
Servings
ladoos
Ingredients
Nutty Sattu Ladoos
Instructions
  1. Heat ghee in a non stick pan. Add sattu in it and roast for 2-3 minutes. Keep aside.
  2. Add grated jaggery to the water and boil.
  3. To the same water, add chopped fig and dates. Cook for 3-4 minutes at low to medium heat.
  4. Add roasted sattu in this water and mix well.
  5. Keep aside to cool. In the meanwhile, roast melon seeds and sesame seeds. Allow them to cool.
  6. When the sattu mixture is still warm, shape it in the form of ladoos. It will look quite dry but when you will press it with hand it binds into ladoo. While shaping, press some melon and sesame seeds as well.
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This is part of July Week 4, Cooking from Cookbook Challenge Group.

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24 thoughts on “Nutty Sattu Ladoos / Sugarfree Sattu Ladoo

  1. Ritu hi — this looks delicious! A perfect snack not only for diabetics, I think 🙂 My dad had type 2 and my daughter has type 1, so I am well acquainted. Are melon seeds called charoli/charonji, by any chance? I would love to try your recipe.

  2. This is really such a delicious dish loved by all generations. Plus it’s healthy as well sugar free what else wants more. Satisfied share!
    All the very best to your son for their further studies.

  3. Sugar free and made with natural, nutrient rich ingredients. I’m on total sweets restraint these days but even I can think of going for a second helping. 😊

  4. Looking awesome, these sattu laddu with dry fruits and jaggery makes a healthy as well as nutritious combination. Will try in week4 BM. so delicious.loving it.

  5. Thanks for this healthy recepie. Will definitely try. But can we use normal dates instead of the dried ones? If yes pls tell me how.

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