Thursday, January 14, 2010

Tilachi Vadi for Makar Sankranti

Wishing everybody A very happy Makar Sankranti, Pongal and Lohri!!!!!!

One more Maharashtrian sweet for Makar Sankranti…. Tilachi Vadi, that means a sweet diamonds from sesame seeds and jaggery.












Ingredients

Sesame Seeds (Til) - 1 cup

Jaggery (Gul) - 1 cup

Pure Ghee - 1 tablespoon



Procedure

Roast sesame seeds in kadai on low flame. Roast till gets slightly brown. Now Keep this in a plate. Grease a rolling pin and some surface of kitchen platform with little ghee. Pour ghee in hot kadai and add Jaggery ( we use special Jaggery which is called 'Chikkicha Gul' in Marathi). Jaggery will start melting. Boil it till it becomes little thick. Remove it from burner and add roasted sesame. Mix it neatly. Immediately pour the mixture on the greased surface and roll it and flatten it (this action should be very fast else the mixture will become hard after some time). Cut it in square. When it get cool store it in airtight container.


Few more recipes >>

Tilacha Ladu

This one goes to Priya's 'Cooking With Seeds- Sesame seeds'

10 comments:

Pari said...

Hi. Tilgul kha ani goda goda bola. Tumha doghanna khoop khoop shubhechchha.
vadi khoop Chhan diste ahe, mala ajoon banavayachi ahe, paathit muscle pull ani compressed nerve jhaali ahe, mhanoon nantar....aaj pongal banavla.

shanthi said...

Yummy and delicious recipes and happy pongal

lata raja said...

Chikkis:) How beutifully even Preeti. I wish I can grab right away. BTW aren't you sending them to Priya's event?

Soma Pradhan said...

Nice one.. Happy Sankrati to u too.. My boss got this til burfi today for all of us

chakhlere said...

wow!! all are my favorite. I am so drooling here...yummy!!

Priya said...

Wow til chikkis looks fantastic...Happy Sankranthu to u & ur family, do send those til beauties to my event Preeti, i'll be very happy to get these delicious entries from u..

Khaugiri said...

Thanks Everyone:)
@Lataji - Thanks for leting me abt this event.
@Priya - Just sent, pls check ur mailbox:)

Valarmathi said...

Happy Pongal. Chikkis looks delicious.

Saraswathi Iyer said...

Nice chikkis.

Invite you to participate in the cooking for kids event Healthy Breakfast/Dinner http://simplysara07.blogspot.com/2010/01/cfk-creative-food-for-pickyfussy-eaters.html

Regards,

Supriya Nair said...

The chikkis look good but the Gul Poli is mouthwatering

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