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Whole wheat sesame laddu

Jan-20-2018
pooja mathur
20 minutes
Prep Time
60 minutes
Cook Time
6 People
Serves
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ABOUT Whole wheat sesame laddu RECIPE

This is a very nutritious recipe ideal for kids and youngsters for Winter season. Laddu's are not only stomach fillers but also provide strength and boosts our immunity as well provide the necessary fat required for the growth of our body. Best part is their shelf life. They taste good even when you keep them in airtight container for a month long. Gaundh is beneficial for people with a weak nervous system, anxiety and depression, piles and low vitamin D levels. Sesame seeds contain magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, selenium, vitamin B1 and zinc, and are rich in dietary fiber and monounsaturated fats.

Recipe Tags

  • Veg
  • Medium
  • Festive
  • Rajasthan
  • Roasting
  • Baking
  • Breakfast and Brunch
  • Healthy

Ingredients Serving: 6

  1. Whole wheat flour 8 cups
  2. powdered sugar or bura 4 cups
  3. Gaund (edible gum) 50 gm
  4. almonds pieces 100 gm
  5. Raisin 50 gm
  6. Grated cocunut 50 gm
  7. Sesame 50 gm
  8. ghee 400 gm
  9. Cardomon powder
  10. Gram flour

Instructions

  1. The first step is to pour Ghee in a pan and roast the flour on medium flame and then roast the flour in low flame stirring in between we do it on low flame so that the flour doesnt stick to pan.
  2. In a seperate pan fry gaundh and keep frying till they are fluffy. Prepare the reat items like roasting almond pieces, kishmish and Grating cocunut. Keep all the items together in a plate.
  3. I have added sufficient amount of ghee if you want it to be less you can add as per your taste. But laddus require ghee for binding with sugar so we have to be a little generous when pouring ghee.
  4. Roast Til/Sesame in the same pan, we used for roasting almonds and gaundh. You can also dry roast Til if you want.
  5. I have added very little roasted Besan to give it a nice aroma..It is optional.
  6. The roasted flour looks like this. When we feel that the flour has turned a little dark in colour as well as its giving the fragrance of Flour. You can add a spoon of Elaichi powder and the roasted items we kept in the seperate plate.Turn off the flame.
  7. Final step is to mix powdered sugar when the flour is hot but not too hot else sugar will leave water. The last step is to bind the laddus together by giving them round ball shape by hand.

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Manju Gupta
Jan-25-2018
Manju Gupta   Jan-25-2018

Yummilicious!!!

Gaurav Mathur
Jan-20-2018
Gaurav Mathur   Jan-20-2018

Tried this recipe. Tasted yummy.

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