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Sattu Alsi Meva Ke Laddoo

Sattu Alsi Meva Ke Laddoo

Cooking Time

Preparation Time : 10

Cook Time : 30

Total Time : 40


Serves 15

  • sattu flour 1 cups

  • wheat flour 1/2 cups

  • Cashewnuts roasted 15 nos

  • Almonds roasted 15 nos

  • pure Ghee and 2 teaspoons ghee for greasing 1 1/2 cups

  • Elaichi powder 1 tsp

  • refined powdered sugar 2 cups

  • melon seeds (meengi) roasted 2 nos

  • flax seeds, roasted 2 tsp

  • fox nuts dry roasted 1 cups

  • chironji /chiroli dry roasted 1 tsp

  • khas khas/posto dana dry roasted 1 tbsp


  • 01

    Sieve the sattu flour and wheat flour separately through a fine sieve and set aside.

  • 02

    Dry roast the dry fruits, flax seeds, fox nuts and khas khas separately.

  • 03

    Coarsely grind cashew nuts, flax seeds, chironji, melon seeds and almonds and set aside.

  • 04

    Coarsely grind the fox nuts and keep aside.

  • 05

    Melt half cup ghee in a kadhai and add wheat flour and cook on low heat till it is fragrant and slightly brown in colour.

  • 06

    This normally takes about 15 to 20 minutes.

  • 07

    Similarly roast the sattu flour in ghee, on a low flame for just 5 minutes.

  • 08

    Switch off the flame and let it cool down to room temperature.

  • 09

    Add the coarsely grinded fox nuts to the roasted flours mixture

  • 10

    Add the refined powdered sugar, dry fruits , melon meengi, flax seeds and cardamom powder to the roasted flours and mix well.

  • 11

    You may use your hands to mix this, add some more melted ghee if required in order to bind the laddoo mixture well.

  • 12

    Shape into walnut sized round laddoos and store in an airtight container when completely cooled.

  • 13

    Serve to your loved ones as and when required

  • 14

    My tip - We can also dry roast the flour halfway and then add ghee and again roast on a low flame



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