Sesame and jaggery Cakes

Sesame Vadi in Marathi Approx 20 Vadis I ngredients: 1/2 cup Roasted Peanuts, coarse Powder 1/2 cup ...

Sesame Vadi in Marathi

Approx 20 Vadis

tilachya vadya, sesame cakesIngredients:
1/2 cup Roasted Peanuts, coarse Powder
1/2 cup grated and roasted dry Coconut
1/2 cup Sesame seeds
3/4 cup grated Jaggery
1/2 tbsp Ghee (approx 2 tsp)
1/2 tsp Cardamom Powder
Dry fruits (Almond, Cashew nuts wedges)

Method:
1) Dry roast Sesame seeds over medium low heat till color changes to light brown. Transfer roasted Sesame seeds to another plate and let it cool down. Put them into blender and blend for 3 to 4 seconds we don't want to crush them a little bit.
2) Before starting to make Sesame Vadi, grease 2 stainless steel plate with little Ghee. Now heat a nonstick pan. Add grated Jaggery and let it melt. Once it is completely melted, add Peanuts Powder, roasted Coconut, and roasted Sesame seeds. Mix all well. Add Cardamom Powder and dry fruits. Mix all well. You need to do it little fast because we don't want the mixture to become dry. Mixture should be very thick.
3) Pour this mixture over greased plates and spread evenly and make a 1/2 inch thick layer.
Once mixture cools down, cut into 2 X 2 inch pieces.

Labels:
Sesame Vadi, Tilachya Vadya

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  1. "मकर संक्रांतीच्या हार्दिक शुभेच्छा !"

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  2. I love til laddus..nice recipe yaa..Happy Sankranti to you

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  3. Tir(til)gud khaa godh godh bol :-)
    Nice laddus ,we call them borinda and eat these esp. on lohri

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  4. Sarvanna Sankrantichya Hardik Shubhechha!

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  5. hi! thanks a million for posting such a wonderful,tasty and equally easy to make recipe.made several batches in the last 3 days and everybody at home cant have them enough.i just made one small change in your recipe-i cut them when the mixture was hot i.e.immediately after spreading on the plate.that way it was easy to cut them and they didnt break away while cutting.anyways thanks again and plz keep posting such lip smacking recipes.

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  6. HI dIDI

    are thandi madhe fukale sadhya kal paryanta naram rahnya sathi kahi idia aahe ka
    Thanks

    Shailu

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  7. fulake banavtana tyat tumhi tel ghalta ka? tasech fulka bhajalyavar thode tel lava. ani lagech polichya dabyat bharavyat. jhakanavar jar vaaf dharali asel tar ti kapadyane kiva tissue paperne pusun takavi. kinva polya jhalyavar varachya polivar cottoncha kapada takun tyavar jhakan lavave.

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  8. Vaidehi - I live in a very cold climate... When I made vadya using these measurements, my vadya didn't come together at all. They were still in their powdered form. Should I have added water, and made a 1-string pak or increased the quantity of jaggery?

    -P

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    1. For jaggery we dont check the string consistency. Once jaggery is melted, add the ingredients.

      Next time keep little portion of the ingredients aside. Add the remaining in the melted jaggery. Mix and if you feel little more dry ingredients can accommodate, then add the portion we have kept aside.
      The jaggery used in the above recipe is not the sticky ones hence you wont fine the stickiness at first. Set the mixture into greased tray and mark the indentation to make desired shape vadis. Let it cool.

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  9. Hi Vaidehi, thanks for this recipe. It was very easy to make. I didn't have coconut so i increased quantity of til and groundnut powder. It turned out to be very good. Thanks again!

    Pooja Muley

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