This no-pretty looking black sesame seeds laddo is an easiest delicacy to be offered to Lord Krishna on the day of Janmashtami. And with this post on the last day of August, I am back to my REAL LIFE.
I mean after two months of restful days away from my very professional home office of UAE, I’m back in action at the keyboard this afternoon to post a festive sweet.
Over the course of my vacation, the most important things I did were: designing and sewing my own clothing, shopping, visiting people who are part of my life and relishing multi course meals to the full. Also important: I averaged a lovely ten hours of sleep a night and it was pretty much EVERYTHING. Black sesame seeds laddo is prepared today with a hangover of motherland and mother who filled pretty happy moments to my vacation.
This Shri Krishna Janmashtami recipe is so simple and easy. There is no hassale of making jaggery syrup and you need to spare only 30 minutes.
These nutty flavored black sesame seeds are roasted in medium flame till puffy and aromatic. This is the only cooking process involved all in all. Next thing, you need to half powder the sesame seeds only to include jaggery in between. Running them together gives you a damp oily laddo mix which you can roll to laddo shape.