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Raisin nut balls - raisin nut ladoo for immunity in kids

Delicious raisin nut balls can be prepared within minutes. PARVEEN will help you with the preparation of raisin nut balls with the simple steps given below. The tempting aroma of raisin nut balls will fill your heart and make you want to eat more and more with your loved ones. This amazing raisin nut balls takes 20 MINS for the preparation and 10 MINS for cooking. So enjoy the yummy flavours of raisin nut balls and surprise your loved ones with your love for cooking. The unforgettable flavours of raisin nut balls will ensure that you enjoy each and every bite of the recipe. So, don’t forget to try this yumilicious raisin nut balls over the weekend and delight your loved ones.

Raisin nut balls - raisin nut ladoo for immunity in kids

Ingredients (240 ml cup used)

  • ½ cup of sweet raisins (make sure the raisins are sweet)
  • 1 cup of pistachios or peanuts
  • ½ tsp green cardamom powder
  • 1 to 2 tsp. of ghee

How to make the recipe

  1. Wash raisins in lot of water quickly and thoroughly, several times. This is done to remove the oil or stabilizers that are used to increase the shelf life.
  2. Drain and pat dry them on cloth.
  3. Fry these in 1 tsp ghee till they begin to puff up slightly.
  4. Wash and dry roast the nuts, set aside to cool.
  5. Powder the nuts to a fine texture or slightly coarse will do, set this aside.
  6. Grind the raisins, cardamom powder in a blender to as smooth as possible without adding any liquid.
  7. Add the nut powder to the raisin mix and grind to blend well, you will have a moist mix. I add few tiny chunks of nuts to this mix before i roll them.
  8. Take small portions of this mix and roll them in your palm to give a ball shape.
  9. If desired you can roll them in white sesame seeds or powdered sugar or coconut powder
  10. Store these raisin nut balls in a dry and clean air tight jar. I do not know the shelf life, since in Singapore everything has a short shelf life. I have never stored them for more than 4 to 5 days. If refrigerated will last longer. Handle them with moist free hands.