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Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Sesame Seed - Peanut Laddu


From an uninitiated Indian perspective, the word "sweets" stand for all culinary things that are obviously sweet and are from the subcontinent. In a traditional sense, none of the baked goods or the western desserts usually fall under the category and they are never a part of a religious feast. For the second day of BM under the theme of desserts, I preferred to go with an Indian sweet.

Among the myriad varieties of Indian sweets - laddus, kheer / halwa and burfis entice me more and so thought of posting a nutritious and super quick laddu today. Made with healthy ingredients, these provide a quick boost of energy to little ones besides being yummy and easy ones to prepare.

Ingredients: (Make 10 laddus)
1/2 cup roasted, skinned peanuts
1/4 cup toasted sesame seeds
1/4 cup grated dried coconut /copra
1 cup jaggery powder

Method:
* Grind coarsely all the ingredients together in a food processor or a blender. 
* Collect the mixture in your right hand fist as much as it holds and shape it into a ball. Repeat the step with the remaining mixture.
* Store the laddus in an airtight container. Refrigerate only if needed to store for longer period. Or else leave them on the counter.



Check what other marathoners of BM#23 are cooking, here.

Comments

9 comments:

Nivedhanams Sowmya said...

so protein rich and so healthy!!! love the saree color in the background - so appealing!!
Sowmya
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Priya said...

Seriously my fav combo in laddoos, i want some,pls give me some Suma.

Maha Gadde said...

healthyn yummy laddus
Maha

Srivalli said...

Sounds so wonderful Suma..I agree that I was wondering if I can make some of our traditional sweets for the dessert theme as we normally serve that..:)

The Pumpkin Farm said...

u got me into the sankranti mode already :), nice combo, we dont add peanuts to laddus, as in this quantitiy..dont mind experimenting though

Chef Mireille said...

simple and delicious

Rajani S said...

Nice laddus, looks really tempting and very easy to make.

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