Til ke laddoo-sesame seed balls is synonymous with 'Makar Sankranti' or 'Uttarayan'. While active kids are happy about the kite flying in the 1st festival of the new year,
Most of us are actually looking forward to a reason to eat a new sweet 🙂
This sweet is not only healthy, but also contains ingredients which provide heat in the body, in the cold and harsh winters of Northern India.
Benefits of Sesame seed:
Sesame seeds also are a great source of Vitamin E which provides essential oil to our skin. Our forefathers have been intelligent to understand nature and have developed many recipes in accordance with Ayurveda. Don't you feel they were more healthier and happier than the present generation? Somewhere along the way knowledge got lost. People got attracted to chemical medicines for a faster relief. These help you get better but do not make you stronger. It is time now to regain what was always with us. How to build a body strong and healthy without the use of artificial supplements and medicines.
Make this easy sweet in the harsh winters and during the rainy season to keep the body healthy.
It also an excellent travel snack.
step by step instructions
read the recipe of til ke laddoo- sesame seed balls
Til ke ladoo-seasame seed balls
- 1 cup sesame seeds roasted
- ½ cup jaggery
- 1 tsp ghee/vegan butter
- Roast sesame seeds on low flame for 5 mins.Keep it aside.
- Add ½ tsp ghee and jaggery.
- Mix well till jaggery melts for 5 mins on low flame.
- Add roasted sesame seeds.Mix well for 2 mins.
- Switch off gas and let it cool for 5 mins.
- Grease your palms with ½ tsp ghee and shape them into equal sized balls.
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