Til aur mava laddu is very common sweet in north India during winters, especially on Makar Sankranti. Having nutritious properties sesame laddu are great in cold weather. With the goodness of sesame seeds and the richness of cottage cheese /mava, til aur mava laddu not only soothe your sweet craving but also having health benefits.

Every year in January while north India welcome its first festival of Makar Sankranti, also spread happiness of Lohri and Pongal.  It is the most joyous season. India, a country of diverse culture and traditions has numerous festivals which are celebrated all around the year. Makar Sankranti is one of the most popular festivals which comes in the starting of the year. It is also known as Kite Festival.Til aur mava laddu is very common sweet in north India during winters. It is prepared specially on Makar Sankranti. Having nutritious properties sesame laddu are great in cold weather. With the goodness of sesame seeds and richness of cottage cheese /mava, til aur mava laddu not only soothe your sweet craving but also having health benefits.

The festival is known by different names in different parts of the country. It is celebrated as Pongal in Tamil Nadu, Lohri in Punjab, Uttarayan in Gujrat, Bhogali Bihu in Assam and Poush Sankranti in West Bengal. The festival marks the first day when the sun enters into the zodiac sign of Capricorn (known as ‘Makar Rashi’ in Hindi), and the start of longer days. The word ‘ Sankranti’ signifies the transit of sun from one zodiac sign into another.Til aur mava laddu is very common sweet in north India during winters. It is prepared specially on Makar Sankranti. Having nutritious properties sesame laddu are great in cold weather. With the goodness of sesame seeds and richness of cottage cheese /mava, til aur mava laddu not only soothe your sweet craving but also having health benefits.

Read more about Makar Sankranti, Lohri, and Pongal. In Sankranti usually, a combination of til/sesame and jaggery is consumed with kite flying. In Lohri, it all related to bhangra/giddha, bonfire and revri/popcorn.

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Here I am showing how to make til aur mava laddu with khoya/mava.Til aur mava laddu is very common sweet in north India during winters. It is prepared specially on Makar Sankranti. Having nutritious properties sesame laddu are great in cold weather. With the goodness of sesame seeds and richness of cottage cheese /mava, til aur mava laddu not only soothe your sweet craving but also having health benefits.

Til Aur Mava Laddu

Ingredients                                                   20 or more Laddus

2 Cup white sesame seeds
2 Cups mava/khoya
1 Cup sugar powdered
2 Tsp cardamom powder

Method

  1. First of all dry roast sesame seeds and let them cool down. Grind them to coarse powder after cooling down. Keep aside in a mixing bowl.
  2. In a pan fry khoya/mava for 2-3 min and keep aside for few minutes to cool down completely before using.
  3. In a mixing bowl Take all ingredients together.
  4. Combine nicely and make small balls from this, about 1.5″in diameter. Store these laddus in an airtight container for good 8-14 days easily.
  5. Til aur mava laddus are ready to serve.

 Note

  1. Khoya/mava should be completely cool down. It will melt the sugar if mava is hot or warm and laddu cannot be made.
  2. Replace sugar with jaggery, which is another version of making til laddu.
  3. Store them in an airtight container, their shelf life is good for 2 weeks.

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Til Aur Mava Laddu | How To Make Til Laddu With Khoya/Mava

Til aur mava laddu is very common sweet in north India during winters, especially on Makar Sankranti. Having nutritious properties sesame laddu are great in cold weather. With the goodness of sesame seeds and richness of cottage cheese /mava, til aur mava laddu not only soothe your sweet craving but also having health benefits.

Course Dessert
Cuisine Indian
Keyword makar sankranti recipe, Makarsankranti Recipe, til aur khoya laddu, til aur mava laddu, til laddu
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 16 Pieces
Author code2cook

Ingredients

  • 2 Cup white sesame seeds
  • 2 Cups mava/khoya
  • 1 Cup sugar powdered
  • 2 Tsp cardamom powder

Instructions

  1. First of all dry roast sesame seeds and let them cool down. Grind them to coarse powder after cooling down. Keep aside in a mixing bowl.

  2. In a pan fry khoya/mava for 2-3 min and keep aside for few minute to cool down completely before using.

  3. In a mixing bowl Take all ingredients together.

  4. Combine nicely and make small balls from this, about 1.5″ diameter. Store these laddus in an airtight container for good 8-14 days easily.

Recipe Notes

  1. Khoya/mava should be completely cool down. It will melt the sugar if mava is hot or warm and laddu cannot be made.
  2. Replace sugar with jaggery, which is another version of making til laddu.
  3. Store them in an airtight container, their shelf life is good for 2 weeks.

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12 thoughts on “Til Aur Mava Laddu | How To Make Til Laddu With Khoya/Mava”

  1. This is an interesting way of preparing til ki laddu. Addition of mava makes these even more delicious, am assuming. Good one for festival theme.

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