Monday, January 17, 2011

Tilgul

Ghya … Godd Godd Bola :) IMG_4168

Translates to “Eat Tilgul…talk sweet”,  Maharashtrians celebrate Makar Sankrant by greeting families, friends with this tagline. And we prepare this sweet ladoos on this occasion, made of sesame seeds and jaggery. It was once again one of my first attempts at trying out this alone,  it went fine with nearly 50 Ladoos. IMG_4167

They might not have come out perfect – but I was proud of them :)

You Need:

  • Sesame Seeds – 1/4kg esp. for Ladoos ask for – Polished Til
  • Jaggery – 1/4 kg esp. for Ladoos ask for – Chikkicha Gul

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  • Roasted Chana Dal – 2-3 tbsp
  • Crushed Peanuts – 3-5 tbsp
  • Ghee – 2-3 tbsp

You Do:

  1. Roast the Til on a Hot Wok, they turn light golden and fluff a bit.IMG_4162
  2. Add Ghee in Non-stick Wok, follow with Jaggery.
  3. Melt the jaggery to dark Red colour, turns to thick liquid consistency.
  4. Add Til, Crushed Peanuts and Chana Dal to this. Mix immediately so that all seeds are covered with jaggery. blog2
  5. Cover and switch of the flame in 1 min.
  6. Remove from stove and when still warm start rolling the thick mix to small balls.

Me and The Foodie started the rolling and within ten minutes we completed 50 Ladoos :DIMG_4169

Quite simple and very good for this Cold Weather. Distribute among your friends, neighbours and colleagues with the First Line greeting :)

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13 comments:

  1. I have to make this dish .. never made laddoo before .. this looks yum and not that difficult :)

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  2. they look nice and have come out really well for the first attempt ! festive greetings to u & family !

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  3. Looks yumm...love the small tiny tiny laddu's..

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  4. Kanchi dear, wish u a happy sankranti, I am drooling over those laddoos. Did not make any til-gul this year as we did not have any celebration.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  5. Feel like gobbing, soo beautiful looking sesame laddoos..

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  6. Dear kanchan
    Godd Godd Bola
    Great sweet and reminds me of childhood days when my mom used to make this.( The peanut was not there then)
    Now in Delhi we get various types of sesame sweets , the til patti, Gajak etc..People eat like hell in winter...
    Have a nice week

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  7. he he! the til ladoos look perfect and lovely.

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  8. Wonderful they look! You have shaped it so perfect!Dont say its ur first attempt!

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  9. Wow kanchan, til ladoo looks yumm
    tilgul ghye ani godd godd bol.

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  10. Happy belated makar sankranti, Kanchan! Same as Pari above I am drooling over your pics here... so yummy.

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