Rava Gajar Ladoos (Semolina Carrot Balls) – Indian Festival Sweet for Ganesh Chaturthi
“Om Gam Ganapathaye Namah”, Ganesh Chaturthi is round the corner and the festivity has already started. Currently my mind is running only into things like, where to buy my ganesha idol for this ganesh chaturthi, should I go in for colorful ganesha or pick up a biodegradable Ganesha (an eco-friendly ganesha) idol this time, if I can get it . What all to do to welcome my ganesha at home and so on….
LADOO is considered to be the most loved sweet along with the Modak for Lord Ganesha, so here I am sharing with you RAVA LADOOS in a unique style, yes!!! Rava ladoos with gajar…amazingly delicious and with the grated carrots in it, little bit healthy too if you miss the amount of sugar it goes in this . But overall a must try Indian Sweet. I already have a lot of LADOO recipes in my blog, all these ladoos I added in my space last year on the occasion of Diwali and celebrated five days of Diwali celebrations with Ladoos. You can check my FESTIVAL RECIPE SECTION for all the sweet treat .
I have been inviting Lord Ganesha to my home for almost 6 years now and it’s so much of fun and excitement along with a special contentment, we decorate the place for ganesha and make various kinds of prasad to offer both morning and evening. More than me my kids love the entire festivity atmosphere. Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated in entire India but largely in Western and Southern Parts of India. Though I am a North Indian and in North India Ganesh Chaturthi is not celebrated by getting Lord Ganesha home and following the proper rituals from prayers, offering prasad till the immersion of the idol among the masses, however I enjoy celebrating this occasion in my own small little special way along with my family and love to have the blessings of Lord Ganesha.
I will be sharing few more recipes on the occasion of ganesh chaturthi in my space in coming time or as I cook and prepare the same as prasad for my Ganesha.
These rava gajar ladoos are unique because of the flavour of gajar in the rava and that extra sweetness of sugar. They were crisp and soft both at the same time (sounds interesting isn’t it ?). After making these I felt I could have added one teaspoon of honey to this too, will try experimenting it the next time I make these.
Again as always I say in all my recipes, simple…easy…quick…and this time a recipe for an Indian Sweet! So no more waiting, we move onto the recipe for these rava gajar ladoos.
Enjoy these with your loved ones on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi!