Shingada (Singoda) Flour Laddu

Shingada (Singoda) Flour Laddus in Marathi In English Singoda means 'water chestnut'. Singod...

Shingada (Singoda) Flour Laddus in Marathi
In English Singoda means 'water chestnut'. Singoda flour is used to make Food during Fast in India.

Easy and tasty Laddu recipe

Servings: 5 to 7 Laddus


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Ingredients:
1/4 cup Ghee
1/2 cup Shingada Flour
1/2 cup Sugar
1/2 tsp Cardamom Powder
1 tbsp kharik Powder (dry dates powder) - Optional
1 tbsp dry coconut powder (roasted) - Optional

Method:
1) In a wok heat 1/4 cup Ghee. Add shingada flour and stir on medium heat until you sense nice aroma of Shingada flour (approx 5-7 minutes). After roasting flour, add roasted coconut powder and dry dates powder. saute for 1-2 minutes. Remove pan from heat.
2) Add sugar and cardamom powder while flour is hot. Mix well and immediately make 1 inch laddus (balls) out of this mixture.

Label:
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  1. I would like to know what Shingada Flour is. We make something similar with moong dal flour.

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  2. Oh me too! What is Shingada Flour?

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  3. Hi Divya,
    Shingada or Singoda means Water Chestnuts. Shingada is a Marathi word.
    Singoda flour is made from dried water chestnuts.
    You can get it in any Indian Grocery Store.

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  4. This is new to me.Never heard of it.

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