Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Kumbh memories with til gud ladoo

Wish all the readers of Asan Khana Happy Vasant Panchmi,
during our childhood days we used to accompany our Dadi for the sacred bath also known as nahan to Sangam on the  auspicious days during Kumbh Mela, now when i see sites like this i am filled with mixed reactions,i remember we used to have guests every year during winters for the Kumbh Snan,it was fun camping in tents riverside,playing in sands,having tea at midnight,watching ramlila,krishna lila and so many other activities.Now the simple tents are replaced by luxurious tents with all kind of facilities,i mean so fast things change,i guess some years ahead when i go to Sangam for camping ,i gonna be both shocked and sad ,shocked because what memories i have of the place they would be changed and sad because everything would be commercialised to attract tourists.Have a look at the facilities and you guys will know what i am talking about.

Coming back to today's post i gonna share recipe of Til ladoo prepared by my mother in law
Recipe Name TIL Ladoo
Recipe Style Cooking
Ingredient
Til one cup
Gud half cup
Procedure
Dry roast the sesame seeds till they start changing their colour ,keep aside
heat jaggery with water in a vessel on medium flame
Once jaggery reaches required consistency remove from flame and mix roasted sesame seeds
to make laddoos,take water in a bowl,moisten hand with this before making each ladoo this will prevent the mixture from sticking to the hand,shape into laddoo shape,this has to be done very quickly as the mixture hardens very soon.
From blogosphere
Aayis recipe sesame laddoo
Easy and tasty recipe til ke laddoo
you tube video for laddoo
Taste of mysore chigali undi/black sesame laddoo
Namus kitchen tila undo.
Event entry
Til Gud Laddoo is off to Priyas Space for Cooking with Seed event theme this month being Sesame Seed.
Enjoy the week ahead frens,cee u all soon,.;-)

15 comments:

Shama Nagarajan said...

nice post..yummy laddoo

Asha said...

Happy Khumb mela, never been to one though. Til ladoo looks yum.

Rachana Kothari said...

Happy Vasant Panchami! Til ladoo looks great...

Happy Cook said...

I love till laddo, when ever i am in india i buy from the shops, never made them home.

Anshika said...

I just love til laddus. Especially on Makar Sakranti my mom used to make them.

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Looks delicious.

Priya said...

Tempting ladooo, happy vasant panchami..Thanks for sending to CWs..

KALVA said...

oh this very good on. we used to eat as chikki

Cham said...

haha Specialiased chef preparing dish in camping area- Man that is great modern luxury- of course that should ruin our sweet memories we were brought up! Never know about this pachami and all the rituals! Good to know... Perfect ladoos!

Padma said...

Long time since I made them. Looks yummy.

Superchef said...

I am personally not a fan of sesame laddoos..but mom used to make them a lot. Dad loves it!

LG said...

Tilkut came to my mind when I saw the post. Til laddu looks yumm..must be crunchy and yummy to eat.

homecooked said...

Never been to the mela but heard plenty about it from Hindi movies :) The ladoos look yummy!

Ms.Chitchat said...

Am seeing the Khumb mela crowd and the festivity on TV. Lovely til ki laddoo. Thx for sharing ur thoughts.Enjoyed every bit of it.

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sowmya.s said...

looks nice..have never tried making this..