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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Besan Ke Til Wale Ladoo


This week I am paired with Veena of Veg Junction for Radhika's Blog Hop Wednesday. I chose "Besan Ke Ladoo" from her blog because everyone at my place are big ladoo fan. And to add on the taste there is a slight change in this recipe, I added sesame seeds to stay warm for the upcoming winters.


Ingredients

Besan/Chickpeas Flour
    1/2 Kg
Sugar Powder
    1/2 Kg
Ghee
    200 gm
Til/Sesame Seeds
    1 Tbsp
Suji/Semolina
    1 Tbsp


Method
1.    Heat ghee in a kadhahi.
2.    Add suji, fry for 2 min..
3.   Now add besan and mix well.
4.    Simmer the fire, stirring constantly until the raw smell goes out and a nice aroma came in. Ghee also separated from the besan and besan changes its color to reddish brown.
5.    Meanwhile on the other burner, heat a griddle and dry roast the sesame seeds. When they change their color, switch off the fire.
6.    Once the besan is done, switch off the fire. Let it cool for 5 min.. Then add powdered sugar, roasted sesame seeds and mix vey well.
7.    Let it cool down completely.
8.    Roll into the small ladoos and enjoy.




Sending this to Kirthi's "Festival Potluck" event @ Kirthi's Kitchen and Khushi's My Diwali My way Event

29 comments:

  1. wow!!!!!!!!!!!!that sounds great.....til must have given lovely flavour tooo..thanks for trying:-)

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  2. Ladoo is always a favorite. These look yummy!

    rajani

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  3. looks yummy....& beautiful photographs

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  4. My my..yummy laddoos. Feel like grabbing that plate right away..

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  5. wow...wat an excellent clik..
    ladoos sounds amazing dear..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  6. Interesting & yummy laddoos!! They look nice & shiny :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  7. Wow laddoos looks tempting and yum ....

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  8. Yummy Laddoos...perfect for the Diwali Season

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  9. Scrumptious laddus. you could link this to the festival event happening at our space..
    Krithi's Kitchen
    Event: Serve It - Festival Potluck

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  10. it used to be my fav while in college and it's been a while I made them-looks good !

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  11. Delicious and well presented ladoo.

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  12. delicious ladoos, its been so long I had these..great clicks..

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  13. Besan ke laddoo looks perfect, yummy and tempting. Wonderful presentation and I liked the Ganesh idol.

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  14. they r so yummy .. n my eyes r on the ganesh ji idol..

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  15. Last time it was Balushahi and this time you are with ladoos. yummy Deeksha.

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  16. Hey these look yummy year!!! Love the addition of Semolina and Sesame. Hmm must be soft with a crunch.

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  17. Superb looking laddoos. yummm!!!

    Cheers,
    Uma
    My Kitchen Experiments

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  18. Nice laddus! I'd love to gobble them up! Delicious!

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  19. i really like your food pictures and want to invite you to try out tastingspot.com. it's for anyone that just wants another place to submit photos and share it will other foodies. It’s still in beta version, but would love for you to start adding some photos and help get it going.

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  20. OMG!! Deeksha,I have an extreme sweet tooth and your ladoos look so tempting:)

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  21. super delicious and well prepared laddus..very tempting!!

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  22. Ladoos look simply delicious and inviting. Wonderfully prepared.


    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  23. Lovely laddoos..so rich and delicious.

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  24. wow yummy and delicious ladoos,luks yum...

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  25. Wow... great sweet dish for Diwali!

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  26. wow...lovely laddoos...do send them to the event
    my diwali my way

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