Til ke ladoo recipe /white sesame seeds and jaggery ladoo

I have really loved the concept of tea time snacks. When we were young and used to visit our native place during our holidays, our grandmoms made sure to keep boxes full of snacks, sweets and other savouries ready for our afternoon tea and snack time. We used to have so much fun munching on those delicious snacks and those days will never come back. My kids will never get to know the fun we used to have during our visits to our village. My kids love their snack time too and really look forward to it. Though they prefer to devour on store bought cookies and cakes. I try hard to make them eat some healthy snacks and fruits etc.til ke laddoo  Whenever I find time, I try to make some traditional snacks for them to know and enjoy atleast a few. One of these days I remembered this sesame ladoos we used to have during the winter season especially during sankranthi in maharashtra. Its very easy to put together the crushed sesame seeds and jaggery,requires less ingredients and and very less of your time,totally my kind of recipe!!! sesame seeds laddooBut my kids did not quite enjoy them.They love a few indian snacks , but yet to develop a taste for some of them.So I hope to make a few of these recipes occasionally. I loved them and it bought back a few fond memories. I was quite fond of the peanut ladoos too made similarly and will make them one of these days. I really hope my kids develop a taste for these traditional indian snacks.

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Til ke ladoo recipe /white sesame seeds and jaggery ladoo Yum
An easy sweet recipe made with crushed sesame seeds and jaggery.
sesame seeds laddoo
Course dessert
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 8 minutes
Servings
ladoos
Ingredients
Course dessert
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 8 minutes
Servings
ladoos
Ingredients
sesame seeds laddoo
Instructions
  1. Heat a thick bottomed pan. Roast the sesame seeds for 5 to 7 minutes. It should turn slightly crunchy. Add the cashews and roast for a minute. Allow it to cool.
  2. Add this in your mixer grinder jar. Grind it to a fine powder. Do it slowly in small intervals. Add the jaggery and cardamom powder and run your mixer for a few seconds till the jaggery mixes with the crushed sesame seeds. Take the mixture in a plate. You will be able to make small balls with the mixture. The oil from the sesame seeds should be enough to shape it into a laddoo. Make equal shape laddoos with the mixture. Serve and store the rest in an airtight container. In singapore, this ladoos should keep well for around 3-5 days at room temperature.
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