The tint-ladoo recipe is ready with the wintry weather season. Often girls make them. Everyone likes it, from youngsters to elders. Its purpose is that the taste of those laddus is similarly accurate. In addition, sesame intake during the winter season is considered accurate for health. Those frames conserve heat and provide energy. That is why they were created in ancient times considering the fact that ancient times. This time you will also have to eat sesame jaggery ladoos in this wintry season.
Ingredients of sesame seeds advertisement sesame seeds – 2 cups (250 grams) jaggery – 1 cup (250 grams) cashews – 2 tablespoons almonds – 2 tablespoons green cardamom – 7 to 8 (ground) ghee – 2
Practicing sesame seeds Clean the sesame seeds thoroughly. Heat a pan. Then, while stirring continuously with a spoon on medium flame, fry the sesame seeds till they turn light brown. Take out the roasted sesame seeds in a plate and whisk it a little. Remove 1/2 part of the sesame seeds from the roasted sesame seeds, or grind them lightly with the help of a mixer. Heat a spoonful of ghee in a pan, upload the jaggery portion and soften the jaggery on low heat. When the jaggery is melted, stop the fire immediately. After the jaggery cools down, add roasted sesame seeds to it. Then add cashew almond and cardamom powder to it. Jaggery and sesame mixture is ready. Take it out of the pan in a plate and let it cool slightly.
Take one teaspoon of spoon from the combination and make a circular ladoo and place it on a plate. Sesame jaggery ladoos are ready. Leave the ladoos arranged outside for 4-5 hours. Sesame jaggery can also be made with dry fruits.