Tilgulache Ladoo (til Laddu)
by Amarendra Mulye
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Til laddu's (known as 'tilgul' in maharashtra) are made during sankranti. While giving laddu's there is a tradition of saying - 'tilgul ghya god god bola'. Further, sankranti occurs during winter, seasme is good for health if consumed in this season.
- Roast sesame in a pan till it is golden brown in colour and keep it aside.
- In another pan, roast grated dry coconut in a pan for 4-5 minutes and keep it aside.
- Take chikki jaggery in a pan and start boiling it.
- In order to check whether the heating is done, take water in a cup and put drop of jaggery in it. Allow it to cool. If it forms a soft ball, then it is ready for laddus.
- Now add 1 tbsp of pure ghee to the mixture and keep stirring the same.
- Now add roasted seasme, peanuts crush, grated and roasted coconut, chana dal, cardamom powder and mix well.
- Make the laddus while the mixture is hot.
- Grease hands with little ghee
- Make small round shaped laddus
- Note :
- If the mixture becomes hard while making laddus, re-heat the same
- You may add cashew nuts to make it more rich
- Store the laddus in an air-tight container
This recipe was contributed by Amarendra Mulye on 06 Jan 2011I am complete foodie and love to indulge into variety of food items. I love trying out and learning ...
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