Traditionally sesame seeds laddu is prepared during the winter months as sesame seeds is supposed to generate heat in the body. I tried giving it a twist by adding khoya and found these irresistible.  This is very good source of calcium and good for kids. Also according to Ayurveda, post-menopausal women benefit a lot by eating these laddus (khoya is optional) on a regular basis. Another version of these laddus is to prepare them with dates instead of jaggery. But for now, here are the laddus I prepared for BM #5 Day 2...


Khoya Sesame Laddu


Ingredients - 


Khoya 1/4 cup (Home made)
Sesame Seeds  1/4 cup (2 Tbsp less than 1/4 cup)
Jaggery approx 1/4 cup (adjust as per taste)
Cardamom Powder 1/4 tsp (Optional) - I didn't add it


Method Of Preparation - 


I used frozen home made khoya so I had to thaw it for about a minute in the microwave. This step can be skipped if using fresh khoya.


In another microwave proof plate, I roasted the sesame seeds until they were light brown (about 2-3 min in 30 sec intervals.)


Cool the sesame seeds and coarse grind in a spice mill (the sesame seeds can be used as is too).


In a separate microwave safe bowl, add a tablespoon of water and jaggery and heat it in the microwave until the jaggery is melted. Strain the liquefied jaggery (to check for any impurities).


Mix the khoya, coarsely pound sesame seeds into the jaggery to make a stiff dough.


Khoya SEsame Laddu


Pinch into small portions and roll in your palms to make bite sized laddus.


Serve as needed or store in an air-tight container in the refrigerator for upto a week. [Since it has khoya - a milk product, consume as soon possible]


If you are wondering what my fellow BM#5 marathoners are doing this week, check them out..

Curry in a hurry under 30 min: Priya SureshSrivalliUsha
Seven Days of Colorful Dishes Kid's Special: Vardhini,
Seven Days of Indian Sweets: SumaVeena
Seven Days of Regional Specials: AarthiKalyaniPavaniShylaja
Summer Coolers: PJ,  Vaishali
Under 15 mins Quick Breakfast: Sushma Pinjala



Sending this to  Srivalli's MEC - Calcium Rich Food guest hosted by Lakshmi Venkatesh.

Preparation Time 15 min
Makes 8 Bite sized laddus

23 comments

  1. Sunanda Says:
  2. Till laddo is my all time favorite.. Looks so yum!!

    Sunanda's Kitchen

     
  3. Vardhini Says:
  4. Ladoo looks so delicious. Thx for sharing.

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

     
  5. Raji Says:
  6. Love this..superb colour and texture of the laddoos.

     
  7. Pavani Says:
  8. Those laddoos look irresistible. I can imagine their sweet and nutty taste. Thanks for sharing.

     
  9. divya Says:
  10. Very tempting and fabulous laddu.

     
  11. Aarthi Says:
  12. This looks so good

     
  13. Suma Gandlur Says:
  14. Lovely. Did you use just 2 Tbsp sesame seeds to make this?
    Somehow, I prefer the earthy taste of the black ones but I know it is not used regularly unless there is a cause.

     
  15. Love the idea :)

     
  16. Sesame laddu looks delicious.Will try this recipe
    South Indian Home

     
  17. Usha Says:
  18. Not a big fan of laddu but would mind having couple of these.. :)

     
  19. Priya Says:
  20. Feel like gobbing those wonderful looking laddoos, soo tempting..

     
  21. Sobha Shyam Says:
  22. delicious laddus..lovely recipe..

     
  23. Smitha Says:
  24. they look tempting for sure!.....yum yum

     
  25. Now Serving Says:
  26. Harini, just finished dinner - I would love to round it off with one of those beauties - Simply delicious and totally tempting post!

     
  27. Radhika Says:
  28. love these laddoos anytime. First time to ur space and love the recipes in ur space. very neat.

     
  29. Mom Chef Says:
  30. ooh ! lovely :) very new to me to see the khova added.. will surely try this out !

     
  31. Saras Says:
  32. I cant resist it.. Tempting ladoo.. bookmarked it dear..

     
  33. Suparna Says:
  34. til with khova sounds interesting :P they look
    gorgeous :P

     
  35. lovely laddu...

     
  36. have been seeing some awsum ladoos in this marathon..simply love these....just waiting to go dn 2kgs n then may b eat one of these:)

     
  37. Malar Gandhi Says:
  38. Lovely and healthy laddu. Looks perfect.

     
  39. Apu Says:
  40. Making my mouth water!!

     
  41. PJ Says:
  42. Sesame ladoo's are my favorite.Loved the idea of adding khoya. Very tempting clicks Harini

     
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